Last Friday, the Hellenic Hearts 2017 Class started its college tour season with a visit to Temple University. Students and parents were treated to a campus tour, which included visits to the university’s student center, business school, and technology center. After the tour, the group was given a presentation by the admissions office during which topics such as financial aid, admissions requirements, and tips on applying to Temple were addressed. The day ended with a Q&A session with current Temple students.
Hellenic Hearts Class of 2017 giving back to their community before they kick off their SAT Tutoring program. A great day for all that participated in assisting GROW Philly as they continue to provide healthy produce to those in need in Philadelphia.
“This event now gives us our sea legs to move forward and implement our crisis management system, scholarships, and begin funding our Educational Guidance program,” said John Aivazoglou, founder of the Hellenic Hearts nonprofit organization. It was the first ever Hellenic Hearts Invitational Golf Tournament, hosted at Waynesborough Country Club this past Monday and the organization’s friends and Greek community were in attendance.
Over the course of this summer, our students will be participating in community service initiatives, college tour visits, and taking an intensive SAT tutoring course provided by Princeton Review and sponsored by Hellenic Hearts.
“If you want to go fast - go alone. If you want to go far - take others,” said Catherine Avgeris, the keynote speaker and recently retired CFO of Comcast. Avgeris addressed the guests, parents, and students at the first ever Educational Guidance Program (EGP) sponsored by nonprofit Hellenic Hearts organization. The inspiring comment brought a hearty applause from the crowd and is arguably a motto that will come to represent Hellenic Hearts.
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