The college application process is an exciting time for any student but, without the proper guidance, it can turn into a stressful endeavor. Through our comprehensive Intro to College and Career Planning course or individual College Counseling sessions students can get the support that they need so that their application process remains thorough and on track.
One-on-one College Counseling
Our College and Career Counselor can meet with students for one-on-one sessions to help guide them through the college planning process. These sessions can either take place at your home or at the public library. The College and Career Counselor will work with both the student and family to tailor the sessions to each individuals’ needs. A minimum of 3 individual sessions is required.
We are here to help alleviate all of the stress that goes
into the college preparation process!
Why Work with a College Counselor?
They Provide Support and Guidance
Preparing for college and all of the details that are involved can be very overwhelming for students. Many students need an outside source to provide them support and guidance as they make the many decisions that are needed when researching schools and applying to them.
Assist in Family Communication
Some families have a hard time agreeing on decisions that need to be made with the college process. The College Counselor will help bridge the gap of communication by listening to both the student’s and parent’s ideas and wants, and help them come to an agreeable decision.
Take the Guess-Work out of College Planning
Save a lot of time and frustration by working with a top-notch professional! Our College Counselor is an expert in their field and can help provide students and families the most recent and up-to-date information about colleges and careers.
Here’s what our College and Career Counselor can offer:
- Support in completing applications
- How to obtain letters of recommendation
- Writing college essays
- Determining potential “right fits” for you
- Preparing for college visits
- Going through the college interview
- Course selection
- Review of academic records
- Information about financial aid
- FAFSA Completion Support (after October 1)
Click the link above to read more about our course!