Podcast Episodes

Julie Kim Consulting

Episode #16: Why your high school teen needs a mentor

When I was in high school, I was clueless about the college admissions journey. Until one day, I met my mentor, who changed my life. She showed me what was possible, identified my weakness and strengths, provided me with all the resources that I needed. Most importantly, this mentor truly cared about my education and aspirations. 15 years later, I
Julie Kim Consulting

Episode #15: How to reinvent yourself as a high school student w/ Dr. Tim Jordan

In this episode, I’m speaking with Dr. Tim Jordan, the leading expert on parenting girls and helping them navigate through their normal developmental transformations, allowing them to emerge as strong, happy, and fulfilled women. TUNE IN BELOW: WHAT YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE: Why girls are more pressured and stressed out about school and grades Why the pressure about

Episode #14: Why you weren’t able to get straight A’s

GPA is the #1 factor in getting accepted into your dream Ivy League and top-tier colleges. Knowing this, high school students stay up until 2 AM studying for APUSH, AP Chemistry, or writing English papers. However, no matter what you do, you can’t seem to get an A on your APUSH chapter test. You’re always landing at the B and

Episode #13: How to be mindful in the college admissions journey w/ Rachael Kable

I’m very excited to share this interview with Rachael Kable, the host of one of my absolute favorite podcasts, The Mindful Kind!  Rachael and I talk about about mindfulness, which is especially important for high school students.   We all experience stress, although high school students appear to carry it the most, especially in light of college admissions.  Incorporating the

Episode #12: Study Abroad Programs. Are they worth it? w/ Jane Stine

Today I’m speaking with Jane Stine, the Managing Director of Loop Abroad, a program that focuses on high school students studying abroad with a particular focus on Animal Sciences.  Studying abroad is a wonderful choice for those who are interested in it, but as we discuss-- it’s all about how you grow and transform from your experiences that truly make

Episode #11: How to plan for the SAT/ACT the smart way w/ Ted Dorsey

Today, I’m speaking with Ted Dorsey-- a test prep EXPERT.  Ted has a passion for figuring out standardized tests, and now runs his business where he helps students plan their best for the SAT, ACT, SAT II, and other exams required to get accepted into the dream college.  Fun fact! He even starred on Jeopardy and has lots of insight
Julie Kim Consulting

Episode #16: Why your high school teen needs a mentor

When I was in high school, I was clueless about the college admissions journey. Until one day, I met my mentor, who changed my life. She showed me what was possible, identified my weakness and strengths, provided me with all the resources that I needed. Most importantly, this mentor truly cared about my education and aspirations. 15 years later, I
Julie Kim Consulting

Episode #15: How to reinvent yourself as a high school student w/ Dr. Tim Jordan

In this episode, I’m speaking with Dr. Tim Jordan, the leading expert on parenting girls and helping them navigate through their normal developmental transformations, allowing them to emerge as strong, happy, and fulfilled women. TUNE IN BELOW: WHAT YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE: Why girls are more pressured and stressed out about school and grades Why the pressure about

Episode #14: Why you weren’t able to get straight A’s

GPA is the #1 factor in getting accepted into your dream Ivy League and top-tier colleges. Knowing this, high school students stay up until 2 AM studying for APUSH, AP Chemistry, or writing English papers. However, no matter what you do, you can’t seem to get an A on your APUSH chapter test. You’re always landing at the B and

Episode #13: How to be mindful in the college admissions journey w/ Rachael Kable

I’m very excited to share this interview with Rachael Kable, the host of one of my absolute favorite podcasts, The Mindful Kind!  Rachael and I talk about about mindfulness, which is especially important for high school students.   We all experience stress, although high school students appear to carry it the most, especially in light of college admissions.  Incorporating the

Episode #12: Study Abroad Programs. Are they worth it? w/ Jane Stine

Today I’m speaking with Jane Stine, the Managing Director of Loop Abroad, a program that focuses on high school students studying abroad with a particular focus on Animal Sciences.  Studying abroad is a wonderful choice for those who are interested in it, but as we discuss-- it’s all about how you grow and transform from your experiences that truly make

Episode #11: How to plan for the SAT/ACT the smart way w/ Ted Dorsey

Today, I’m speaking with Ted Dorsey-- a test prep EXPERT.  Ted has a passion for figuring out standardized tests, and now runs his business where he helps students plan their best for the SAT, ACT, SAT II, and other exams required to get accepted into the dream college.  Fun fact! He even starred on Jeopardy and has lots of insight

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