Kids Share Advice for College Grads

Young children give college seniors from Fordham University advice on life after graduation.
1:26 | 05/18/16

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It is graduation time. Maybe looking for advice. This morning we have very special words of wisdom. Take a look. These graduating Fordham students are looking for advice. Unbeknownst to them we have some pint-size counselors to share their wisdom. Hi. Hi. My name is Adam. An idea responsible for the by American family insurance. 6-year-old Eloise gets right to the point. Are you nervous or scared to leave? Nervous and scared. I don't know what's next. I think you should always keep your mind open. Hi. Reporter: 11-year-old Casey gives uplifting advice. I'm Casey. What do you want to be when you grow up? I still don't know what I want to be when I grow up. Always follow your dreams. 5-year-old Emma talks to jack about making new friends. Hi. Hello. I'm a little nervous about my move because I don't know anyone. Telling them what's your name and then they'll tell you theirs. Hi, my name is jack. Hi, jack, my name is Emma. Nice to meet you. So are we friends now. From a 6-year-old to help others and to never give up is really nice. To take on the world.

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