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Recordings of Past Webinars

Conducted by Dr.Nicole Korgie Jackson (Former admissions officer for UC San Diego. Former instructor for college counseling program at USC.)

Topic :College Applications Road map for Juniors

Conducted by Dr.Monica Randall (Former VP of admissions and financial aid at a university. Doctorate in Public Policy.)

Topic :Financial Aid, FAFSA and Scholarships

Conducted by Lander Bachert (Positive, upbeat and equipped with ten years of college and career counseling experience)

Topic :Creating high impact college essays

Conducted by Lander Bachert (Positive, upbeat and equipped with ten years of college and career counseling experience)

Topic :How to craft Compelling Common App and Supplemental Essays

Conducted by Dr.Nicole Korgie Jackson (Former admissions officer for UC San Diego. Former instructor for college counseling program at USC.)

Topic :Beginner’s Guide to US College Admissions

Student Panel

Topic :Different Journeys to a Toptier Private College (Student Panel)

Conducted by Katy Watts (Experienced college admissions counselor with Masters in Educational Counseling and Pupil Personal Services)

Topic :Building Relationships with College Admissions officers

Conducted by Rik Napora and Tim Ravey, Assistant Director of Admissions, UC Berkeley (Experienced college admissions counselor with Masters in Educational counseling.)

Topic :How does an admissions officer think?

Conducted by Katy Watts (Experienced college admissions counselor with Masters in Educational Counseling and Pupil Personal Services)

Topic :Importance of Resume and Extracurricular Activities in College Admissions Process