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Freshmen

Freshman experience in college is an exciting time because of the changes they encounter, and because of the enormous responsibilities for personal and intellectual growth. While in high school you learned how to find, organize and absorb information and these skills will be quite valuable to you in college. Your teachers took the primary responsibility for structuring and assigning the subject matter, and for monitoring your progress as you mastered it. High school teachers must, by law, have skill and training in how learning occurs and how best to teach. By law and by school policy, they are responsible for much of their student’s learning, and tend to keep very close track of their success rates.

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Sophmores

All first-year and freshmen students are required to live on campus through the spring semester of their sophomore year or four consecutive semesters (two year residency requirement).  This includes transfer students admitted with fewer than 30 credit hours from another college, exclusive of AP credits or credits obtained by testing.  The housing release process is rigorous and releases are not granted without a major demonstrated change in circumstance that prevents the student from residing on campus. Resident students who are bound by the residency requirement, must apply for a waiver if they do not plan to reside with their guardian at their residence/home. 

Juniors

Getting professional experience during your junior year is necessary in order to be competitive for the best offers coming out of college. An internship is the most logical way to get that experience. Learn about internships options, what is required to earn academic credit for your internship, and how to find the internship which is the best preparation for your ultimate career objective. Explore other applied-learning options for getting the hands-on experience you need before leaving college. This session also help to improve your resume and interviewing skills. 

 

Seniors

By the time you get to your senior year, you should be full-steam into your job search efforts. At this point, the PD events you will attend are primarily electives. Take every opportunity to continue to network. Make sure you are effectively translating your internship experiences on to your resume and incorporating them into your interview preparation. In this session, you will lear  how to tailor your resume, cover letters and interview responses to specific job postings and positions of interest. Learn how to use language the firm is looking for in order to maximize your chances of moving forward in the selection process. Learn how to evaluate and compare job offers in order to maximize total compensation. Learn negotiating tips and understand the tradeoffs between salary and benefits, and other terms of employment. Take the surprises and stress out of the transition between college and your career. 

College Costs, Scholarships & More

Getting professional experience during your junior year is necessary in order to be competitive for the best offers coming out of college. An internship is the most logical way to get that experience. Learn about internships options, what is required to earn academic credit for your internship, and how to find the internship which is the best preparation for your ultimate career objective. Explore other applied-learning options for getting the hands-on experience you need before leaving college. This session also help to improve your resume and interviewing skills. 

Seniors

Getting professional experience during your junior year is necessary in order to be competitive for the best offers coming out of college. An internship is the most logical way to get that experience. Learn about internships options, what is required to earn academic credit for your internship, and how to find the internship which is the best preparation for your ultimate career objective. Explore other applied-learning options for getting the hands-on experience you need before leaving college. This session also help to improve your resume and interviewing skills. 

College Costs, Scholarships & More

Getting professional experience during your junior year is necessary in order to be competitive for the best offers coming out of college. An internship is the most logical way to get that experience. Learn about internships options, what is required to earn academic credit for your internship, and how to find the internship which is the best preparation for your ultimate career objective. Explore other applied-learning options for getting the hands-on experience you need before leaving college. This session also help to improve your resume and interviewing skills. 

Get In Touch!

Do you need help understanding the college admission’s maze? College is NOT what it was 20 years ago. Let us show you the ropes so your kid has a stronger chance of getting into college with less stress and less anxiety.