CANCELLED: Conquering the College Application
CANCELLED: Conquering the College Application In-Person
A 2-hour workshop designed for high school students. This seminar offers the best tools and advice for starting the college application process. My Editor in Chief has extensively researched the process, saving you precious time so that you can focus on the most important piece of the process – your input.
Subjects to be covered:
- Planning timeline
- Choosing a major & developing a college list
- Getting to know Admissions Counselors
- Test types and explanations
- Written components
- Different types of deadlines
- Tracking your application
- Recommendation on best resources
- The Common Application
- Advice from local high school counselors and teachers
Please bring your high school credentials, a laptop for online work, and any list of activities, resume, or college essay drafts you have started. $100 per person.
This course is designed for students to work independently. Parents who wish to attend must purchase a separate ticket.
Payment is due before the workshop and must be made through PayPal: https://paypal.me/
The Library adheres to the Americans with Disabilities Act that assures equal access to all library facilities, activities, and programs. For reasonable and timely accommodations, refer to the https://www.brentwoodtn.gov/departments/library/library-programs and contact the program organizer. Any ADA accommodations necessary for a program attendee will require at least one week of prior notice before the program or event.
Related LibGuide: Teen Resources by Claire Stanton
- Sunday, September 18, 2022
- 3:00pm - 5:00pm
- Time Zone:
- Central Time - US & Canada (change)
- Fall Conference Room
- Teen Program
- Event Cost: