Lather. Rinse. Repeat
CYNDY CRUM, DIRECTOR OF COLLEGE COUNSELING, EPISCOPAL ACADEMY
Need timelines for students and parents? Need a comprehensive to-do list for stakeholders at your school related to the college application process? How about ideas for your counseling curriculum? Don’t worry, Cyndy has you covered.
The Three Consequences of the Pandemic on Student Success
OLIVIA HUIE, DIRECTOR OF COUNSELING, JSERRA CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
Olivia’s article was featured in the December issue of the University of California Counselor and Advisers Bulletin. In addition, Olivia shares two timely resources counselors can use to help organize student personal calendars and academic goal setting!
Letting Values Lead the College Search
LAUREN HOYT, SENIOR ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF COLLEGE COUNSELING, THE HILL SCHOOL
A light bulb moment! Instead of a college search based on rankings, how about one that explores your values and guides you to look at applying differently? Lauren helps counselors develop a value-based college search with students through a quick 10-question value survey!
Reimagine your Junior College Evening
CHERILYN REYNOLDS, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF COLLEGE COUNSELING, THE PINGRY SCHOOL
The Pingry School decided on a more interactive format and humanized process to change up their traditional junior college night.
Kicking Off the College Process: Tips for Junior College Night
TREVOR STURGEON, HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELOR, INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF MANILA
Through a series of key considerations, Trevor shares insights into making your kickoff event enjoyable for all.
Applying to Australia
ALISON LEWIS, COLLEGE COUNSELOR, THE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF KUALA LUMPUR
Seoul Searching: Tips on Applying to Korean Universities
WILSON LEE, COLLEGE COUNSELOR, SINGAPORE AMERICAN SCHOOL
The Texas Landscape & Exploring College in the Lone Star State
TREY WETENDORF, DIRECTOR OF COLLEGE ADVISING, TRINITY SCHOOL OF MIDLAND