DUBLIN Looking Ahead™: Planning for Success in High School and Beyond (Grade 8)

Dublin Branch Columbus Metropolitan Library 75 North High Street, Dublin, OH, United States

DUBLIN 8th grade parents, you have been invited to attend a unique, valuable, and free program to support your student as they transition to high school. Each year this presentation is wildly popular. You won't want to miss it! Beth Probst, founder and CEO of At The Core, has crafted a presentation of tips and tools to help you prepare your student for high school and the road ahead.

Free

Heads Up! Equipping Students for What’s Next™ (Grades 7, 8, 9) 2-day workshop

Ohio University Dublin Integrated Education Center 6805 Bobcat Way, Ohio University, Dublin, OH, United States

A two-session, enlightening, and fun career-minded workshop for students in the middle grades helping students get ready for high school and beyond. Topics covered will include: self assessment - the importance of tracking your strengths, values and preferences; career investigation – how to evaluate and learn about potential careers and tie personal traits to real jobs; and planning for high school and beyond (this hour is facilitated with parents and students present) - Based on your child’s strengths, interests, and preferences, we will share key considerations for the family to create a high school plan to meet their goals.

$185

ACT/SAT/PSAT: The Ultimate Family Planning Guide™ (Grades 7-11) WEBINAR

Testing! ACT, SAT, PSAT, digital SAT & PSAT exams, test optional movement, merit scholarships…testing is BY FAR the one topic we field the most questions about. Testing causes unnecessary stress not only for the student, but also for the parent. With a plan in hand and knowledge on your side, you can reduce that stress and be ready for what’s ahead! Join Beth Probst, founder and CEO of At The Core, as she takes a deep dive into college entrance exams.

$29

College Research: Conducting an Effective Search with Online Tools™ (Grades 8-11) WEBINAR

Making a list of "just right" colleges to apply to can be overwhelming. Have you ever gotten lost on the internet trying to research schools? What are the selection criteria you need to be thinking about? How does your choice of major impact your search? How can you keep your family's budget in mind when doing the search? Don’t waste time wandering the internet looking for college info. Let Beth Probst, founder and CEO of At The Core, share tips with you and your student in this valuable training demonstration.

$29

The College Planning Guide for 8-10th Graders WEBINAR

You have been invited to a unique, valuable and FREE program to support your student as they prepare for college. Beth Probst, founder and CEO of At The Core, has crafted a evening of tips and tools to share with you to help your student prepare for the journey to college and beyond. We will discuss practical, invaluable tips that will help any family plan effectively! Topics will include: what colleges are looking for in their applicants, the application process, what students should consider when choosing high school courses (AP, IB, Dual Enrollment), preparing for the ACT/SAT exams, how to choose a major, what families can be doing now to prepare, and so much more!

Free

The College Planning Guide for 8-10th Graders DUBLIN LIBRARY

Dublin Branch Columbus Metropolitan Library 75 North High Street, Dublin, OH, United States

You have been invited to a unique, valuable and FREE program to support your student as they prepare for college. Beth Probst, founder and CEO of At The Core, has crafted a evening of tips and tools to share with you to help your student prepare for the journey to college and beyond. We will discuss practical, invaluable tips that will help any family plan effectively! Topics will include: what colleges are looking for in their applicants, the application process, what students should consider when choosing high school courses (AP, IB, Dual Enrollment), preparing for the ACT/SAT exams, how to choose a major, what families can be doing now to prepare, and so much more!

Free

College, Careers, & Coffee: A Chat with Delaware Area Career Center at Orange Library

Orange Branch - Delaware County District Library 7171 Gooding Blvd., Delaware, OH, United States

Parents of 6th-9th graders in districts served by the Delaware Area Career Center (Big Walnut, Buckeye Valley, Delaware, Olentangy, Westerville & Worthington) - Families have many options later in high school—AP, IB, CCP, electives both inside and outside the high school. Join us to get a jump on what you should know to help guide your student. Your child's high school years can be customized to create a pathway toward their successful future. The Delaware Area Career Center and At The Core are partnering to bring you a deep discussion on educational options and the role of career technical education in those options.

Free

College, Careers, & Coffee: A Chat with Delaware Area Career Center WEBINAR

Parents of 6th-9th graders in districts served by the Delaware Area Career Center (Big Walnut, Buckeye Valley, Delaware, Olentangy, Westerville & Worthington) - Families have many options later in high school—AP, IB, CCP, electives both inside and outside the high school. Join us to get a jump on what you should know to help guide your student. Your child's high school years can be customized to create a pathway toward their successful future. The Delaware Area Career Center and At The Core are partnering to bring you a deep discussion on educational options and the role of career technical education in those options.

Free

Why Go to College? Career/Major Thinking for Teens™ (Grades 8-12) WEBINAR

Why does anyone go to college? We often hear "to get a better job." However, so many teens embark on the college search process without taking time to consider careers and majors--the two things that should be driving the process. What do you need to know right now, while your teen is still in high school? There are steps parents can take to help their teens with career and major decisions which are right around the corner. Webinar topics include: how can a student really learn about CAREERS and tie them to college MAJORS, tips we can share from our work with teens and families, what employers and colleges have to say about making a successful transition to the working world, resources and tools your family may value, and more.

Free

Making the Most of Summer: Setting Your Student Up for Success in College and Career (Grades 8-11) WEBINAR

Summer is the ideal time for active career exploration through camps and activities. How can parents support their students in making sure the summer is FUN (!), interesting, and being used effectively? We'll demonstrate how to find camps for your teen, talk about how to show them on college applications, why summer experiences are important for career exploration, and more!

Free

College, Careers, & Coffee: A Chat with Delaware Area Career Center WEBINAR

Parents of 6th-9th graders in districts served by the Delaware Area Career Center (Big Walnut, Buckeye Valley, Delaware, Olentangy, Westerville & Worthington) - Families have many options later in high school—AP, IB, CCP, electives both inside and outside the high school. Join us to get a jump on what you should know to help guide your student. Your child's high school years can be customized to create a pathway toward their successful future. The Delaware Area Career Center and At The Core are partnering to bring you a deep discussion on educational options and the role of career technical education in those options.

Free

College, Careers, & Coffee: A Chat with Delaware Area Career Center at DACC

Delaware Area Career Center 4565 Columbus Pike, Delaware, OH, United States

Parents of 6th-9th graders in districts served by the Delaware Area Career Center (Big Walnut, Buckeye Valley, Delaware, Olentangy, Westerville & Worthington) - Families have many options later in high school—AP, IB, CCP, electives both inside and outside the high school. Join us to get a jump on what you should know to help guide your student. Your child's high school years can be customized to create a pathway toward their successful future. The Delaware Area Career Center and At The Core are partnering to bring you a deep discussion on educational options and the role of career technical education in those options.

Free

Smart Money Moves for the College-Bound™ (Grades 6 & up) WEBINAR

Joe Messinger, CFP®, of Capstone Wealth Partners is passionate about empowering families to become informed consumers of higher education so that they don’t pay a penny more for college than they absolutely have to. He works with families to help demystify the college funding process and is widely recognized as an expert in college planning.

Free

A Fast Track to Success for Graduating Seniors WEBINAR

High school graduation is right around the corner for many seniors in Ohio. Does your senior need help figuring out what to do AFTER graduation? Are they interested in quickly gaining the skills necessary to fill the in-demand, well-paid jobs that exist in Ohio right now? Join representatives from Ohio Technical Centers and At The Core for an informative 90-minute webinar to learn about a viable alternative to traditional college -- adult programs at Ohio’s technical centers.

Free

Make Your Move: Ohio Technical Centers Await Your High School Graduate’s Future WEBINAR

As high school graduation approaches for many Ohio seniors, the question of what comes next becomes paramount. If your senior is eager to quickly acquire the skills needed for lucrative, in-demand jobs in Ohio soon after graduation, this discussion is a must-attend. Join us for a crucial conversation on navigating post-graduation pathways right in your local area at Ohio Technical Centers.

Free

Class of 2025 College Application Workshop: A Head Start for Rising Seniors

Class of 2025..The college application season opens in a few short months (August 1st). Seniors have a lot on their plates in the fall. Your student needs the information and support we deliver in this important application/essay workshop and summer of concierge-like support.

$319

Class of 2025 College Application Workshop: A Head Start for Rising Seniors

Class of 2025..The college application season opens in a few short months (August 1st). Seniors have a lot on their plates in the fall. Your student needs the information and support we deliver in this important application/essay workshop and summer of concierge-like support.

$319

Class of 2025 College Application Workshop: A Head Start for Rising Seniors

Class of 2025..The college application season opens in a few short months (August 1st). Seniors have a lot on their plates in the fall. Your student needs the information and support we deliver in this important application/essay workshop and summer of concierge-like support.

$319

Class of 2025 College Application Workshop: A Head Start for Rising Seniors

Class of 2025..The college application season opens in a few short months (August 1st). Seniors have a lot on their plates in the fall. Your student needs the information and support we deliver in this important application/essay workshop and summer of concierge-like support.

$319

Class of 2025 College Application Workshop: A Head Start for Rising Seniors

Class of 2025..The college application season opens in a few short months (August 1st). Seniors have a lot on their plates in the fall. Your student needs the information and support we deliver in this important application/essay workshop and summer of concierge-like support.

$319

Heads Up! Equipping Students for What’s Next™ (Grades 7, 8, 9) 2-day workshop

Ohio University Dublin Integrated Education Center 6805 Bobcat Way, Ohio University, Dublin, OH, United States

A two-session, enlightening, and fun career-minded workshop for students in the middle grades helping students get ready for high school and beyond. Topics covered will include: self assessment - the importance of tracking your strengths, values and preferences; career investigation – how to evaluate and learn about potential careers and tie personal traits to real jobs; and planning for high school and beyond (this hour is facilitated with parents and students present) - Based on your child’s strengths, interests, and preferences, we will share key considerations for the family to create a high school plan to meet their goals.

$185