Friday, March 07, 2008

CT's KnowHow2Go program prepares students and their families for higher ed

Connecticut has joined 14 other states to encourage and prepare students, especially first-generation students, to actively pursue post-secondary opportunities. Connecticut’s campaign is called “KnowHow2GOConnecticut.” The campaign targets students in Grades 8-10 and their families, employing TV, radio, print and a student-friendly website.

KnowHow2GOConnecticut encourages students in middle and high school to follow four simple steps that will help them plan and prepare for college and careers after high school. It is not enough just to dream of a college and a career there are steps that need to be followed. There needs to be a plan and this campaign assists students and their families develop that plan.

For more information please go to You may also e-mail Ann R. Gaulin or call Ann (860-713-6769).

What? You have not seen the Did You Know video

Did You Know is downloadable in several movie and .ppt versions.