What problems do you want to solve in this world? How can you use your talents to help solve these problems by working with a community to do this? What skill sets are most needed to succeed after college? How can students move from a fixed mindset to a growth mindset which will allow them to discover, develop, and demonstrate their abilities and talent with purpose?
Finding the right fit from a cultural perspective at a college is challenging. How do you help students and families navigate this challenge? As a parent who has lived and worked overseas, I know how important it is to be culturally aware of your environment and how challenging it can be to find the right fit from all aspects of life.
Students today are experiencing a range of emotions and anxiety due to college life as a result of the pandemic. Many colleges have moved to online learning and even the ones who are providing in-person classes, there are changes and restrictions to life as we know it.
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
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?
There are ways we can support and help students perform to the best of their abilities in and out of the classroom by modeling good behavior and role-playing. It is hard to get and stay organized or prioritize all the homework and extracurricular activities in a way that does not increase the stress levels.
“What makes my resume different? Will my essay just blend in? How can I stand out?” Every applicant has stressed and obsessed with these questions. Fortunately, Lauren Dana will be joining us today to share her expert writing advice, equipping students to stand out and present their best selves to admissions officers and employers.
Today, author and college admissions expert Dr. Gena Lester will join us to discuss her Online Campus program and the “U-Niquely- U” formula she developed when her daughter was applying to college. As a parent with a background in education and psychology,
The college essay is a daunting task for many seniors in high school with only 650 words to convince an admissions counselor to fall in love with you. How can students make their essays stand out? Hasn’t every topic been written about?