You have been invited to a unique, valuable and FREE webinar to support your student as they prepare for college. Beth Probst, founder and CEO of At The Core, has crafted a webinar 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!
You have a RISING junior (Class of 2024)! You know this upcoming year is critical to “college prep,” and you have so many questions. Join us to get that boost you need to understand and tackle the tasks ahead! In this 90-minute webinar, we’ll lay it all out for your family, and we’ll direct you to the resources you will value.
Testing! ACT, SAT, PSAT, digital 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.
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.
When parents are looking for that "secret sauce" for college applications, they often have questions about extracurriculars. How many do we need? Are some better than others? What are colleges looking for? (By the way, there is no "secret sauce"-just a well-laid plan that fits your child.) This webinar answers those questions and also goes deeper into how time spent in extracurricular activities can fuel your child's personal, academic, mental, and social development. Our webinar will include valuable insight into: types of extracurriculars, why engage in them, how time spent in these activities will support growth, what colleges are looking for, finding a good fit for extracurriculars, developing "leadership", and more.