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Careers to Consider: Nursing

Nursing is a broad field with many specialties and opportunities. Unfortunately, many high school students may have inaccurate preconceived notions about the field, such as the idea that men in nursing are rare. Thankfully, there are ways to help educate students about the field and get them excited about a career as a nurse. It Read More

Providing Educational Opportunities for All Students

Preparing high school students for college readiness can be a challenge. A student might meet high school graduation requirements, but might be missing coursework for college admission eligibility. And what if a student needs additional resources to remediate coursework? Or get access to Advanced Placement courses?  As a counselor, being aware of key resources for Read More

Guide to the College Admissions Process

A free guide is available for download from NACAC, Guide to the College Admissions Process. The guide reflects current trends, tasks, and additions to the college search and application experience. The guide offers sound advice on every step of the process, from getting in the right mindset, to researching universities, to completing application materials. This Read More

Financial Aid Primer

Many students and their parents have no clue about how financial aid works and how they are going to finance their child’s education. Do you get many questions about the types of financial aid available to them? The overwhelming majority of college students will utilize some type of federal and non-federal financial aid to help Read More

Men’s Scholarship Program – $50,000 to be Awarded.

About the Program The scholarship is designed to identify and reward outstanding high school seniors who have demonstrated an ability to excel in the fields of academics, extra-curricular school activities, and community involvement. The scholarship is available to any male, graduating senior from an accredited high school who is enrolling in a four-year undergraduate college Read More

Remote Learning Tips for Students of All Ages

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, students of all ages have had to dive into remote learning at some point in their educational careers. Whether their first experience with distance learning is in kindergarten or college, it can be a tough transition. Remote learning has many benefits, especially when it’s unsafe to attend in-person classes. Some Read More

550 Words to Know for the Digital SAT

Many of your students will be taking the digital version of the SAT at some point so it’s a good idea to start building their vocabulary!  I’ve been collaborating with a few other tutors in the National Test Prep Association to scour through the 4 practice tests that have been released and compile a list Read More

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