We have some exciting new to share from Hats & Ladders, Inc.! This past week, we received news that our career platform Hats & Ladders has been chosen as a finalist for the 2018 Reimagine Education Awards. The Reimagine Education Awards are sponsored by the Wharton School of Business–a school interested in encouraging entrepreneurship, not only amongst […]
Calling all college and high school counselors and educators! If you are interested in piloting our Hats & Ladders for the 2018-2019 year, we want to hear from you. For this pilot, we are offering several different implementation models that fit either guided or open use of our program. Oh, and the pilot is free! Send us […]
New York City – On May 30, Hats & Ladders and Community of Unity wrapped up a 6-month long collaboration. 20 students from 5 different high schools that offer the Community of Unity Social Emotional Learning volunteered to meet with the Hats & Ladders product development team every 3 weeks. During these hands-on sessions, […]
After deciding who you want to be your advisor, it’s time for the most anxious part: asking him/her/them.
There’s a key step that a lot of people miss when finding a mentor.
Press release – January 5 2018 NEW YORK, NY – Hats & Ladders, Inc., has received a $225,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to further develop its groundbreaking mobile career education platform, Hats & Ladders. The app-based tool will help youth across the country explore careers that fit their interests and strengths and connect to […]
Hats & Ladders has recently entered the Fedex Small Business Grant Contest. It’s an amazing opportunity to gain exposure for H&L and fund some important new initiatives we are planning around career readiness competencies! If you have just a moment, please vote for us (there’s no cost and no catch). VOTE HERE Oh, and be […]
We all know that postsecondary education can be very expensive if we take into account tuition, fees, textbook costs, meal plans, and housing. Luckily, there are a multitude of scholarships available to students for almost every discipline or talent. March is famously known for being scholarships application season. High school juniors and seniors have a […]