The transition from high school to freshman year of college can be difficult. However, with access to the many resources available, students can create meaningful relationships with mentors who can help with the many challenges that come with change. In today’s episode, Dr. Kerra Lynn Gazerro gives advice to first-year students on how they can make the most out of their college experience.
Self-reflection is not easy, but it can be rewarding. As today’s guest, Kate Stone, has observed through her students, a vital part of the college application process is understanding yourself. She gives advice on how to build a strong sense of self-awareness and how those skills can enhance your application allowing you to stand out as an applicant.
Do you want to apply to a fine or performing arts program? The application process differs from other college applications requiring portfolios, auditions and interviews. It can be a daunting experience. However, today’s guest, Chuck Erickson, reassures us that as long as students are prepared and passionate about what they do, they will perform strongly.
The transition from high school to college includes a host of new challenges and experiences for students. Many of these situations have to be navigated between parents and their students.
The Inside Scoops on Podcast Episode 71: Tips for Applying for Scholarships From a First-Gen Student
On the College Scoops Podcast Episode 71: Tips for Applying for Scholarships From a First-Gen Student, Moira McCullough is joined by Guest Justin Yin, to discuss how students can navigate the college admissions process and apply for scholarships. When Yin was applying to college, he had limited resources and did not have a lot of guidance.
When a student starts their college application journey, one of the most important steps they can take includes creating a college list. However, it can be difficult for students to craft a balanced list.
There are many misconceptions about the college admissions process, as well as mistakes that parents can make while trying to support their student. On today’s podcast, we are joined by Beth Pickett, where she explains how parents can help their student find the best fit college.
Whether you are in school or beyond, interviews can be nerve wracking because it can be hard to effectively communicate your skills and experiences under pressure. On today’s podcast, we are joined by Elizabeth Hofmeister, who has worked with countless students and professionals for many years on how to nail an interview.
Mental health has become an increasingly popular topic as stress among high school and college students is at an all time high. While overcoming this obstacle can be difficult, finding a school community that supports your academic and social ventures can be helpful.