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College Admissions With Collegewise

Event Type: Educational Presentations
Age Group(s): Teens, Parents
Date: 12/2/2020
Start Time: 6:00 PM
End Time: 7:00 PM
Description:
 Join us for 3 sessions of college admissions counseling with Patti Miller from Collegewise.
Wednesday November 4
Getting started: elements of the college application. This presentation provides an overview of the different components of the college application and highlights ways student can make their application shine.

Wednesday, December 2
How to create a great college list in the face of a pandemic. Pandemic or not, its key to understand what your priorities are for college. This presentation will walk you through different priorities to consider as you build your list. It also highlights specific resources to use as you start your research during a time when traditional methods like college visits are unavailable.

January November 6
How to Write Great College Essays. The essay is the one application part that a student can completely control. It also often causes students the most anxiety. In this overview, youll learn the role the essay plays in college applications and what you can do to write great essays that stand out.

These are all free virtual programs.

Location: Zoom Virtual Room 2 (by special request only)
Other Information:
 This is a virtual event using the Zoom Platform. Please register for the event here (be sure to include your email address) and the appropriate Zoom information will be sent to you in a timely manner. NOTE: To increase security in youth-focused programs, we are now requiring attendees to have a Zoom account to login to the event. Creating an account is easy and free http://zoom.us/signup
Contact: Erik Carlson
Presenter: Patti Miller
Status: Openings


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