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Inquiring Photographer – “What Advice Would You Give to Graduating High School Seniors?”

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July 1, 2019

 

by Alexa Brandenberg – 

Carlos Mendonca
Sleepy Hollow

“Be nice to Mom and Dad, because they’ve done all that they can.”


Carolin Almonte (with Carlos)
Tarrytown

“Learn how to manage your finances – something that you probably didn’t learn in high school, but you will need to know in college.”


Madeleine Green
Dobbs Ferry

“Think about what you want your future to be and talk to your counselors, advisors, and teachers in high school while they’re there for you. It’s up to you.”


Eddie Salse
Dobbs Ferry

“Be smart before signing student loans, and if you don’t know what you want to do before committing financially, find cheaper alternatives.”


Noel Rodriguez
Sleepy Hollow

“College is very different from high school. Make sure you learn time management, or you will be scattered and overwhelmed.”

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