Private College Prep Coaching

On April 28, 2011, in Services, by admin
Private College Prep Coaching by Elizabeth Hartley

Private College Prep Coaching by Elizabeth Hartley

“College Bound Essentials”  3-Hour Private College Prep Session or Workshop

Families can either choose to enjoy a one-time “College Bound Essentiials” consultation, lasting 2-3 hours or, if they seek more  guidance, to engage in an ongoing level of support through a “concierge” package.  All  sessions will be held at the Scholarship Gold office in Lake Wylie, SC (south of Charlotte, easily accessible from I-85 and I-77)  The one-time session is economically priced to keep this essential information affordable and accessible to as many families as possible

Workshop option- The same content covered in this meeting is accessible throughout the year in the small College Bound Essentials workshops.  Students receive the same resources and handouts and we cover much of the same material.  The difference between the workshop and private session is simply that the session is not quite as customized.  However, it is more economical (only $75 per student, parents come along for free).  Email Elizabeth Hartley to discuss having a workshop offered at your school or organization.  She’ll bring all the material and resources and present it in your space.

Not from NC or SC?  Clients who live too far for a meeting in-person can enjoy the same session through a pre-scheduled conference call.  You will receive your resources in advance, followed by the same personal and customized session you would enjoy sitting in the Scholarship Gold office.

 ”College Bound Essentials” consultation: $195 for a 2-3 hour session and a College Planning binder full of valuable resources. This one-time session includes parents and students and covers:

  • Current strengths/weaknessesof student and how to address them
  • Standardized test scores and prep methods to bring them up
  • Review and profile all colleges in which the student is interested and discuss other schools the student may not have considered
  • Essay topics for the application process (if student is a senior)
  • How to get great letters of recommendation
  • How to pursue scholarships and navigate financial aid
  • How to fill gaps/weaknesses in leadership, community service and physical fitness/athletics
  • Identify scholarships for which the student might be uniquely qualified
  • Helpful websites and resources for career planning, college and scholarship searches and financial aid

A binder full of useful resources, forms and articles that support the items discussed in our meeting will be provided to each student.  For a more comprehensive and ongoing level of support, please consider a “concierge package”.

Email Elizabeth Hartley to discuss setting a date and to determine whether a private session or a workshop would fit your needs best.

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