What Advice Do You Have For Younger Students?

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What Advice Do You Have For Younger Students?

We are settling into another school year. Are you at the same school? Are you at a different school? Did you transition from middle to high school or high school to college or university?

If you are starting a new school and/ or going through a transition what questions and/ or concerns do you have?

What do you know now that you wish you knew when you started middle school, high school, or college? Is there anything you would have done differently as a younger student?

Have you ever received advice from older students? If so, what was it? Was it helpful? Why?

Advice For Students By Students at UNF

Recently I shared Student Futures with students at The University of North Florida’s Market Day. I had fun talking to students. I gave away small containers of A+ Dough Mate to those who took the time to write out advice to local high school students. The students at UNF wrote down such thoughtful advice. Some were more than willing to offer advice before they knew there was a free gift involved! I am grateful to the 50+ students who took the time to write out honest advice to high school students in and around Jacksonville.

Upcoming Events

Catch Student Futures next at Nease High School’s College Fair on September, 20th and then again at Lee High School in October. Some lucky high school students will be receiving those advice cards.


Melanie Black is an Associate Certified Academic Life Coach and mindfulness educator. She is passionate about helping others and learning all she can in the process. With ten years of experience in the field of education, she is determined to help students succeed in school and life. “ One of my goals is to continue to be a humanitarian who helps our local community. I am passionate about my relentless pursuit of knowledge and desire to help others.“

By | 2018-09-05T14:54:20+00:00 September 5th, 2018|Inspiration|Comments Off on What Advice Do You Have For Younger Students?

About the Author:

Melanie Black is a trained Academic Life Coach and mindfulness educator. She is passionate about helping others and learning all she can in the process. With ten years of experience in the field of education, she is determined to help students succeed in school and life. `` One of my goals is to continue to be a humanitarian who helps our local community. I am passionate about my relentless pursuit of knowledge and desire to help others.``

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