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Summer internships for High School Students

While colleges increasingly emphasize the value of “experiential” or “hands-on”learning within their own communities, high school students are discovering real benefits in setting aside time during their high school careers for internships or other out-of-classroom experiences. In fact, they are finding that internships provide amazing opportunities to gain significant work experience while exploring long-term career Read More

How to Plan a College Visit Over Spring Break

Spring Break will be here before you know it and there are some things that your students can do to plan for their college visits over their holiday. Here are some tips published by Her Campus:  Schedule your visit When you’re scheduling your college visits, check out each school’s admissions page on their website. You Read More

3 Social Media Tips for Your Students

Did you know that teens spend an average of nine hours a day using media outlets. As a Counselor, you can help your students use their social media platforms to better prepare for college. Try these three strategies: Follow Colleges and Universities on Instagram   Through visually appealing Instagram posts, teens can get a flavor Read More

Work Personality/Career Assessment Tests

Do your students know what Career they want to pursue after College? Do they have an idea of what major they will pursue that fits with their interests? If the answers to these questions are no they might want to consider taking one of the many great free tests available to assess what careers/majors they Read More

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