Created for 10th and 11th grade students (and parents), “Navigating the Road to College” will take place conveniently around your student’s schedule and will be adapted to meet his/her individual needs.
Applying for college is not an easy road to navigate. It requires a clear map, plenty of signposts, and an organized approach at every turn. With solid time management skills, students can juggle multiple deadlines and prevent last minute scrambling. With an organized approach to writing, students can successfully draft and revise application essays and supplements. Strong executive functioning skills empower students to meet the challenges of the application process head on.
Join Rhona Gordon, president and founder of Thinking Organized and award winning author of Thinking Organized for Parents and Children, in a summer seminar series for students preparing to apply to college and their parents. Seminars will focus on setting priorities and goals; making and revising plans; and initiating, executing and completing the different tasks in the application process. Each session will have a specific assignment to move you along in this process, and will also teach you a technique or skill that will help you, not only in school, but also in life.