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This week on WTHR’s ‘Send the Love’ we’re helping high school and college graduates. Rachael’s First Week is a small nonprofit inspired by Rachael Fiege, an Indiana teen who died after falling down a flight of stairs at a party during her first week of college.
Graduation season is underway, and high school students are now transitioning into a new life phase. Rachael’s First Week raises awareness for recent high school grads in honor of IU student.
In the ever-changing environment of social media trends, Rachael’s First Week LIVE! Program works hard to keep ahead of the trends and provide relevant information, advice, and practical skills to ensure the safety of our teens and young adults.
RFW Junior Board Members, Samantha Myers and Evan Lesniewski, along with Angi Frege, recently met with Jim Merritt to discuss their ideas for ways to extend the protections for others under the Indiana Lifeline Law.
The COREY Act aims to increase campus safety around the country by requiring colleges to publicly report campus accidents that result in the serious injury or death of students.
On May 20th at 9AM Rachael’s First Week (RFW) LIVE! will be talking to the seniors at Zionsville Community High School. The focus of the program is to enhance the decision-making skills of students as they navigate the transition from adolescence to adulthood. Dr....
In 2013, Rachael Fiege had graduated from Zionsville Community High School and was headed to Indiana University in Bloomington.
As the 8th anniversary of Rachael Fiege's passing arrives, Angi Fiege said her greatest wish was to "hear from people impacted by the Rachael's First Week program and to see that Rachael's legacy lives on by doing what she always liked to do, help other people." ...
About Rachael’s First Week
Rachael’s First Week LIVE! is a program dedicated to
These can be tumultuous years when peers often look to each other for guidance as they encounter novel and potentially dangerous situations, rather than engaging experienced mentors to provide solutions.
The mission of Rachael’s First Week is to develop the decision-making skills of teens as they enter this time of monumental change in their lives.
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