Navigating the college application process can be confusing- even more so if a student wishes to study in a different country. Today’s guest, Annabella Goshen, works with students across the globe to help them with the paperwork, interviews, and deadlines when applying to colleges as an international applicant. Her insights and advice will provide students and their families with all the information they need to navigate the college admissions process.
Interviews don’t have to be intimidating, in fact, they can be fun. Today’s guest, Kim Duckworth, has both given and trained teens for interviews for over a decade. She gives advice on how students can nail an interview through practice and preparation.
Being a parent of a collegiate athlete is far from easy. It can mean a lot of traveling and a lot of difficult decisions when deciding on colleges. Today’s guest, Lesley McShane, is both an athlete and the mother of two students who pursued collegiate sports in their college careers.
What are some steps universities are taking to implement DEI programs? How do universities support and help international students acclimate to campus life? Kate Lewis joins us today as she worked at Penn State in student affairs counseling international students and LGBTQA+ students. Kate sheds some light on how higher ed is trying to roll out programs that will support a diverse and ever-changing student population.
Parents are willing to do anything for their loved ones. They are the support system that their children lean on when times get hard. But that is far from an easy job. As today’s guest, Casie Fariello knows, parents need a safe platform where they can find others who share their struggles. Casie shares some advice she has learned from her own journey and what inspired the creation of Other Parents Like Me.
The Inside Scoops on Podcast Episode 118: Get the Scoop on Researching Accessible Colleges with Guest Annie Tulkin
On the College Scoops Podcast Episode 118: Get the Scoop on Researching Accessible Colleges, Moira McCullough and Guest Annie Tulkin talk about students with physical, chronic, or mental health conditions and what the college search process can look like in order to find the right school for them.
Staying fit is not just about working out. It also means maintaining good mental health. Today’s guest, Scott Lutostanski, can attest that a healthy mind leads to healthy habits. He gives advice to parents and students on how to be successful in college by staying mentally fit.
Being independent at college includes knowing how to advocate for your needs. Today’s guest, Gerene Kessler, shares her inspirational story of how her ability to advocate for herself paved the way for her success in college.
The college application process can be difficult to navigate, so what better way to prepare your student than to hear advice from a person who has worked in admissions both as a student and as a professional? Today’s guest, Beth Farias, has seen both sides of the desk in college admissions