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Author: Jason Bullock

Best Tips for Managing Parent College Essay Expectations

Several years ago, a few days before an application deadline, a mom reached out to me in a panic. I had worked with her eldest child on his application essays; she didn’t like his Common App essay. I loved his story. Even better, he was happy with his essay, anchored around the moment he learned Read More

New Scholarship Opportunity Specifically for Women

A new merit-based college scholarship opportunity for high school women who are college-bound has just been announced. The National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) is made up of 26 inter/national sororities and is the largest advocacy and support organization for the women’s-only sorority experience. Beginning with women graduating high school in 2023, NPC plans to award 10 college scholarships Read More

AI Written College Essays Might be a Problem

Forbes is reporting that many College Admissions Officers are concerned with new AI Technology that is on the market and would allow for students to use it to write their college essays. ChatGPT, OpenAI’s new natural language tool, can write clear essays, but it can also conjure up its own personal details and embellishments that Read More

2022 Remote Work Stats & Trends Report

More employers allow their workers to work remotely now since COVID-19 changed the traditional office landscape. Do your students plan to work remotely? FlexJobs has just released its 2022 Remote Work Stats & Trends Report. The new report details key data and statistics on the impact and broad benefits of remote work on professionals, businesses, Read More

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