The College Admissions Process: How much should I share?

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Cancer to College Coach Michele Rosenthal has worked at colleges and universities throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic in administrative leadership, student affairs and currently as an academic dean. In addition to acting as an educational consultant, she has also supported AYAs affected by … Continued

AYA Resources: Cancer and Careers

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Cancer + Careers is an amazing organization that assists individuals with a history of cancer, whether newly diagnosed or years off treatment, with work related concerns and questions. Manager of Programs, Nicole Shaffer, LMSW provided us with the below overview, check them out!

AYA Resources: The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults

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The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults The organization, which envision[s] a world in which no young adult faces cancer alone, was founded by Doug Ulman and his family.  Doug was first diagnosed with chondrosarcoma at the age of 19 … Continued

AYA Resources: Lacuna Loft

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Launched in 2014 by AYA survivor and former Rocket Scientist Mallory Casperson, Lacuna Loft is a web-based nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing young adult voices together. Mallory shared the impetus behind the organization and some of the programs available to AYAs!

AYA Resources: The Samfund

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The Samfund is a Boston-based nonprofit organization that provides direct financial assistance and support to young adult cancer survivors across the country. Learn more about how they can help you here!