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College Freshmen Should Visit the Career Services Office

The resources available are invaluable, and endless. Read on to learn more. By Anne Vaccaro Brady Students and parents are often introduced to Career Services during orientation, even at open houses or accepted students’ events. Colleges want the office to … Continue reading

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Parents Need to be Involved in the College Admissions Process

With decision time around the corner, your high school senior needs your input.  by Anne Vaccaro Brady Up until now, you may have taken a hands-off approach to the whole college admissions process. I know plenty of parents who consider … Continue reading

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Applying to College “Undeclared” or “Undecided,” Part 2

Some advice if your teen chooses this path. by Anne Vaccaro Brady If you and your student have determined that applying “undeclared” is the most reasonable option (see previous post for considerations), here’s some guidance on how best to approach college admissions. … Continue reading

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Be Honest as You Head into the College Admissions Process

Don’t set unrealistic expectations for your teenager. by Anne Vaccaro Brady Knowing and accepting your child’s strengths and weaknesses before you get too far into the college admissions process will save a lot of disappointment later on. Scores, grades and … Continue reading

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