NEWARK – The Office of the Attorney General and State Division of Consumer Affairs are offering seminars and tutorials to help college students understand credit, and avoid a history of bad credit that can cause long-lasting harm as they begin their careers and adult lives.
ELIZABETH — Cranford High School has won the 2010-2011 Union County mock trial competition. They will advance to the central regional competition on Feb. 10 at 10 a.m. at the New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick.
EDISON — After a rigorous audition at Monmouth Academy of Musical Arts in Morganville, pianist Kimberly Son of Woodbridge was selected to perform at the prestigious Carnegie Hall, Weill Recital Hall on the evening of Saturday, Feb. 5 in the Crescendo International Music Competition 2011.
FAIRFIELD, Conn. — Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Conn., has announced that Nicole Bethavas of Clark has made the Dean’s List for the fall semester. To receive this honor, a student must achieve a 3.6 grade average, based on a 4.0 scale.
EDISON — Eighth grade students in Noreen Jafri’s Earth science class at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison recently investigated the identity of unknown materials and rocks using the National Audubon Society Guide.
BOSTON, Mass. – Northeastern University named a number of local students to the University’s dean’s list for the fall semester 2010, which ended in December 2010.
EDISON — Students and future students who need enrollment services at Middlesex County College may take advantage of special hours on Saturday, Feb. 12. The offices will be open from 8:30 a.m. to noon.
PLAINFIELD – Barnes & Noble’s Clark branch has partnered with United Way of Greater Union County to donate over 600 books to Clinton Elementary in Plainfield.
CLARK — A team of Arthur L. Johnson High School students competed in the New Jersey Science Olympiad Regional Competition at Union County College in Cranford on Jan. 11.
TRENTON – Last week, the Assembly Commerce and Economic Development Committee unanimously approved a controversial bill that would establish a pilot program to encourage private corporations to pay for private school scholarships for low-income students in chronically failing public schools was released Thursday night by an Assembly panel.