Elena Konev – Mat-Su Middle College School

The fact that consumers 18-24 years old are the most susceptible to falling victim to scams may seem surprising on the surface, considering the general proficiency the age group has in technology. However, when you think about everything taking place online now, including charity donations, job applications, and increasing online relationships, the necessity of wising […]

Jacob Marshall Mitchell – A.J Dimond High School

Growing up as a young adult is very challenging. Many people ages 18-24 are expected to be pursuing some sort of higher education or vocational training, have a part time job, maintain their social status quo, while also living on their own for the first time in their life. It is a very overwhelming time […]

Ashley Ann Green – Colony High School

When donating to a charity you want to make sure you are giving to a credible organization. There are many tips and tricks to help you avoid donating to false organizations and make sure your donations go towards the cause you support. Small simple steps can help make sure you are not donating to a […]

Joshua Foster – Kenai Central High School

My generation is without excuse.  We live in a technology-laden world where access to almost anything is literally in the palms of our hands.  With these advancements comes a greater need for, and a greater sense of security.  My cell phone uses face ID and fingerprint matching to protect my personal information, and my online […]

Shelby Morgan Ottum – South Anchorage High School

Trust is defined as a “firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone or something.” Trust is a hard thing to build with any human relationship and all companies/corporations are run by humans. It’s not so much that I am going to build a relationship with a company’s owner, but with the […]