During this Coronavirus pandemic, are you wondering what you should do with your high school child’s summer plans? In this episode of Demystifying College Admissions, I will be replaying a popular episode, sharing my honest opinion about summer programs.
TUNE IN BELOW:
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE:
- What a good reason for attending a summer program is
- How your child can stand out without attending a summer program
- When you should start searching for your passions
- What college admissions officers are really looking for
“It’s a great way to explore and put yourself out there, but it’s not going to make you stand out”
“You want to strategize your college applications in a way that makes sense.”
“This process is not about checking off the right boxes.”
“It has to be personable; it has to be authentic.”
“That’s why it’s so important to find what you like and what you love.”
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