Through comprehensive analysis, students gain deep insight about how to leverage their personal learning style in a collegiate setting. Coupled with assessment of financial capacity and unique lifestyle needs, clients make the best choices for their future.
Clients create a manageable financial plan to see them through their entire post-secondary education. They gain vital knowledge about options and obligations, and a new confidence to make educated decisions regarding money in their future.
The application process more complex than ever before. Essays, letters of recommendation, interviews, visits, resumes, and supportive documentation. We help students successfully apply to their best-fit programs and guide them through decision-making.
Students learn about college expectations in the areas of academics, developing mature relationships, and taking responsibility for their actions. They leave for college armed with the information needed to self-advocate and prepared for the changes ahead.
College Planning Program
Our services help students successfully apply for, enroll in, and finance their college education through personalized support to navigate the complex college planning processes. For many students, the guidance is the primary reason they successfully enroll in college. It creates more postsecondary options and a more manageable plan for financing. This is especially helpful for low income students with limited resources to begin with, and for first generation college students who do not have guidance from experienced college graduates in their family. Customized college planning delivered through a collaboration of experts combined with real-life, one-on-one mentoring to navigate the challenges of the first year of college creates the highest probability of graduation.
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MISSION: To empower young adults to make a difference in their communities. By providing expert college planning we help students who might fall through the cracks leverage the power of postsecondary education to create opportunities they would not otherwise have.
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