26 Mar Episode #53: 3 Things You Can Do While You’re At Home (College Admissions Edition)
Is your child not physically attending school this week? Are you wondering what he/she can be doing to be proactive about their college admissions journey? In this episode of Demystifying College Admissions, I’m going to share three things your child can be doing at home during this pandemic.
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WHAT YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE:
- How your child can show their passions without their regularly scheduled extracurriculars
- How your child can build their online presence
- How journaling can help your child with their mindset and their college application process
There’s so many ways to demonstrate your passions, your interests, your strengths, and your personal qualities.
I would really utilize this time to work on your passion project and create your online presence.
LinkedIn is becoming a very, very powerful tool for high school students.
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