Attention rising seniors! It's not too early to think about summer activities to get a jump on the college search. Here are the top 10 things to consider courtesy of the IECA. Click here for PDF.
Here are 12 key ways independent educational consultants support college-bound students. http://www.examiner.com/article/12-key-ways-independent-educational-consultants-support-college-bound-students Read More
In my educational practice, the upcoming months of June, July, and August are some of the busiest for me and my College Expert team. We take full advantage of school being out to introduce rising seniors to essays, resumes, and applications, and to help underclassmen boost test scores on college entrance exams, pursue academic interests, and add depth to their activities. At times, it can be tempt... Read More
Suzanne Luse is among “…100 of Twin Cities Business' most coveted resources in this year’s Black Book. They're the individuals to know about and, if possible, get to know if you're seriously pursuing new and more expansive goals in the months ahead.” Read about Sue in Twin Cities Business' Black Book. Read More
Dear Students, Parents and to everyone interested in the College Journey,
I decided to take my website more into the realm of 2011 and feature my first blog, and it was not too long ago when I didn't know what a blog was! Through my years as a College Counselor, I have found so many opportunities to share experience and insight and now finally have a place to put it. I intend this blog to fea... Read More
Do you need help with your resume? Here is a message from Kathy King who provides resume writing service.
Students and Parents,
One way to enhance your college and scholarship applications is to attach a student resume that describes all of the activities in which you have been involved throughout high school – athletics, clubs, music, dance, theater, political organizations, community service, ... Read More