"My friend said he's joining the swim team because his mom says it will look good on college applications."
Even if your child is in eighth or ninth grade, the college chatter has probably already begun. It comes from friends, neighbors, and especially family members who may mean well, but can create stress and pressure for both parents and students.
You know the holidays can be a source of both joy and overwhelm. But have you thought about how this time affects your high-school student’s view of themselves and their future plans? I’m excited to invite you to my upcoming webinar, Nurturing Compassionate Conversations About Your Child’s College Journey: Holiday Edition.
Yes, you have the power to turn pressure into presence. I’ve helped hundreds of families and students find success in the college admissions process. In this insightful webinar, I'll delve into five simple ways to support your child during the holiday season.
You’ll Discover How To:
Curb the Chatter
Keep It Casual
Remember Who’s Going to College
Check Your Expectations at the Door
Who It’s For
Ideal for parents of eighth and ninth graders, but open to any parent navigating the college process. The sooner you start bringing intention to the process, the more ease you can embrace all along.
We look forward to having you join us for an enriching discussion! Especially if you don’t know where to start, my goal is to help you make the college-search experience a positive and intentional one for your family.