US Suspends Immigration – What does that mean for you?

Information About the Presidential Proclamation Suspending Entry of Certain Immigrants Yesterday evening the President issued a proclamation suspending the entry of immigrants for a period of 60 days. The measure was first announced in a tweet sent out by the President on Monday night. Because we know that many of you are concerned as to whether and how this may affect you, we want to … Continue reading US Suspends Immigration – What does that mean for you?

New U.S. Travel Ban To Include Nigeria, Eritrea, Sudan, and Tanzania

President Trump’s administration has decided to add six countries to the U.S. Restricted Travel List. The new travel ban includes 4 African Countries – Nigeria, Eritrea, Sudan, and Tanzania. Other African countries included are all in East Africa and include Eritrea, Sudan, and Tanzania. Continue reading New U.S. Travel Ban To Include Nigeria, Eritrea, Sudan, and Tanzania

Yale African Scholars Program

Yale African Scholars Program (YYAS) | Deadline February 6, 2019

The Yale Young African Scholars Program (YYAS) brings together African secondary school students between the ages of 15–18 for a tuition-free, intensive academic and leadership program that lasts eight-days per session. In 2019 the program will be held in three countries—Ghana, Kenya, and Zimbabwe—between late July and end of August. Continue reading “Yale African Scholars Program (YYAS) | Deadline February 6, 2019”

America’s Top Colleges – Part I

Looking for the top colleges in America? You are not alone! Many people are interested in knowing which are considered the best of the best, and they may even be interested in getting their application in. Even with acceptance rates of 7 percent, like at Harvard University, it never hurts to throw your hat in the ring and see if you are one of the chosen ones. Continue reading America’s Top Colleges – Part I