2019 Summer3--Talking with Students

2019Summer1, 2019Summer2,

Summer 2018-2

2017 Summer 2,

2016 Summer 1, 2016 Summer 2, 2016 Winter , 2016-Summer 4

2015 Summer 1, Summer 2, Summer 3

2014-1-TenYears I IISummer 1, Summer 2, Summer 3,

2013-1, 2013-2 2013-4, 2013-5 , 2013-3

2012-1, 2012-2

2011-1, 2011-2, 2011-YuShe

2010 2010-YuShe
2009 2008 2007 2006 2004

On Friday June 28, Mr. Hu and I visited Huining First and Second High School and talked with poor students we supported. We started to support students here three years ago, so the first graduates are this year. Almost all of them got into first or second level universities. They appreciate our support very much. We told them where the money come from (donors like you) and I encouraged them to work hard in college and look for part time job to earn money and more importantly gain working experience for future employment. They showed us around the campuses and we chatted freely along the way. It was a very positive experience.

On Wednesday July 3, we had a meeting with about 90 high school graduates in Ningguo (we do it every summer). A college graduate shared her college experience, Mr Hu and Ms Guo gave them insturctions on how to apply for financial aid from us and from government and told them our expectation for undergraduates. I gave them advices about college study and life. I also answered some of their questions. Here are some photoes. I also visited students' homes both in Huining and Ningguo, which are in Summer1 and Summer 2.

A college graduate shared her experence. She was admitted to Zhejiang U for her graduate study from a level 2 university.
Ningguo High School graduates at the meeting. We help them prepare for college life.
Talking with one of the sponsored students after the meeting.
Huining First High School Students we support
Huining First High School Graduates
Chat with 2 High School graduates in Huining First High School
Huining Second High School Students
Telling the student about her sponsor.

 

 

 

 

Letter communication is another important part of this program. Please see

www.HometownEducation.org/letters.html

for some of the letters.

 

 

 

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