There is no one-size-fits-all template for advising students, as each student has a different pathway. After a careful set of assessments, My Pathway to College will work to encourage, guide, and motivate your student to put his or her best foot forward in the college admissions process.

My Pathway to College takes the stress out of applying to colleges by breaking down the process into manageable timelines on how to discover, navigate, and explore a student’s pathway to college. Call My Pathway to College for a consultation meeting to determine which pathway package will be the best fit for your student based on his/her college and career interests.

 

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Learn the steps to stand out in an interview!
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I’m excited to feature an article from Mark Efinger. Mark Efinger has 25 years of experience teaching public speaking and is Founder and President of the Interview Skills Coaching Academy after working on both sides of the interview desk for over 40 years. This June, Mr. Efinger will be visiting Southern California and will … Read More

Financial Matters: College Choices & Return on Investment
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There are so many moving parts to a student’s search for the ‘right’ college – location, academic options, student services, clubs and organizations, career preparations – but none of them matters if a family is unable to afford that wonderful education. Attending college is a privilege and one that costs a great deal of … Read More

Financial Matters: Comparing Financial Aid Packages
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If you’ve applied for financial aid and filed all the paperwork by the appropriate deadline, an award letter outlining a college’s offer of financial assistance should arrive close on the heels of your notification of acceptance. Here’s a guide to understanding what that package really means. The bottom line in comparing financial aid packages … Read More

March Madness
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March Madness, the annual men’s NCAA basketball tournament, tipped-off this week with an estimated 70 million brackets filled out. Over the next few weeks, about four billion dollars in workplace productivity will be lost. Madness, indeed. Even if you don’t have a connection to any of the schools, it’s still easy to get swept … Read More


 

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