These days, it feels as if college preparation has gone from a pretty straightforward business that started at the beginning of our junior year to an actual business our kids (and we) are supposed to be fully invested in starting in the 7th grade.
There is so much that goes into this decision, from preparing our children for a college interview, to figuring out how to pay for college without crippling ourselves with mountains of debt or having our kids take out tens of thousands of dollars in student loans.
These days, no one should be choosing a college sight unseen. We all want to find a college where our children can thrive, and college visits are the first step in finding a good fit for the right price.
In this article, I explain the five types of college visits and how they can help you find the right school, avoid mistakes, and put your student on the path to a bright future.
Stress is a natural part of life. The expressions are familiar to us, “I’m stressed out,” “I’m under too much stress,” or, “School is one big stress.” Stress is hard to define because it means different things to different people, but…
LinkedIn is the unbeatable social media site where you can connect to a worldwide professional network of over 400 million members. Some of the top influences in the network are Bill Gates, Mark Cuban, and Arianna Huffington. Publishers include BBC News, Harvard Business Review, Forbes, and The New York Times. This is something you and your child need to get in on right now!