College Knowledge Lunch Breaks


Larry Tong, Unum – Assistant VP – Benefits

Shawnel Rogers, Unum – Director – Benefits

 As students complete their senior year in high school or college they’ve built a wealth of knowledge and skills.  An area that doesn’t get a lot of attention, until students seek employment, (part-time / full-time), is fundamental resume writing and interviewing skills. We’ll discuss the resume and interview (interactive)—from the employer’s perspective: 1) What does an employer look for in a resume and interview?  A basic understanding will help students be strategic with their preparation and build their confidence. 2) Insight to be shared—do’s and don’ts in your resume / interview, cover letters, key business words, social media, elevator speech, professionalism, etc.

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Passport Scholars Application SY2014-2015

A passport to personal growth and opportunity


PEF’s mission is to challenge, support, and improve Hamilton County public schools so that all students succeed in learning and in life. As a program of PEF, the Passport Scholars Program’s mission is to engender confidence and commitment in your women in order to help them set and achieve goals for their academic and life journeys through college and beyond.


To provide scholarships to summer academic enrichment programs, one on one mentoring throughout high school, and access to private resources for college counseling.

The Passport Scholars Program provides scholarships for outstanding summer academic enrichment programs in the United States – from wilderness ecological expeditions to pre-college academic programs on college campuses to community learning and service projects.

Passport Scholars’ mentoring is done by the Passport Scholars staff in individual and group settings. Staff will assist the girls in preparing for their summer academic enrichment experiences and guide them during their remaining high school years. Passport Scholars will also develop a network among themselves that will build an alliance and facilitate peer mentoring.


The program expectation is for each girl to step out of her environment, take risks, do her best and give back to the community and world beyond. With the opportunity to travel, meet new people and see new worlds, the Passport Scholars Program hopes to enable young women to achieve greater independence, leadership and appreciation of individual dignity and uniqueness.

The Passport Scholars Program also makes available college and financial aid counseling through private resources at PEF. PEF offers the scholars every opportunity to participate in programming offered, which includes Camp College, one-on-one advising, and specialty college tours.

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 For more information contact:

Stacy Lightfoot, Vice President, College & Career Initiatives
(423) 643-4443 or