Are you helping your son or daughter with the college admissions process? We are really excited about today’s podcast as we reached out to Dad’s to get their take on the college search process with their kids – what was helpful, what was not, what they wished they had to make the journey easier from the college search and visit perspective.
We are reaching out to experts in various professions to share their stories on how they got their start and what advice they would give to a student looking to enter that particular field of study. If you are interested in PR and journalism Amy Kossoff Smith has some great advice for you
As high school students and parents navigate the new college landscape this fall, high school college counselors are working hard to help families get to know a college from afar.
Thinking of starting a company while in college? Think no further – Sabine and her best friend from home, Milan, knew they wanted to go into business together, and once at their respective colleges, they decided to go for it.
Many schools are test-optional for the Class of 2021 – now more than ever, the essay and other components of the application will play a larger role in the application process. What do colleges look for in terms of “character” on a college application?
Advice for student-athletes – the ramifications of COVID19 are still playing out now especially for the Class of 2021. With lost seasons, the cancellation of showcase events and invitation-only visits, no game tapes – what now?
Jaclyn Corley, aka The College Essay Captain, has been a College Scoops supporter since we launched sharing her expertise in blog posts for College Scoops.
Students considering taking a gap year, listen up! Adelaide Hanson took a gap year composed of 3 segments – Fall semester in East Africa, winter semester working at home, spring semester – backpacking Southeast Asia.
Episode 36: Legal documents Every College Student Should Complete Before They Leave for Campus with Guest Nara Herbowy-Callanan
Navigating legal documents can be a daunting task, especially for parents and their young adult children. Attorney Nara Herbowy-Callanan will join us today to break down important legal documents, including the advance medical directive (living will), the HIPAA release, and the durable power of attorney.