College is becoming incredibly expensive... so students and parents should learn how to get the best outcomes from the investments that they have striven for. Actively use the senior high school years to provide a trajectory into a spectacular and worthwhile college experience which should be foundational for fulfilling future careers and adult life. Instead of worrying about which college will accept you, use strategies that will make them court you instead.
That said, how does a student truly get into the best possible college with large scholarships and grants? Surely you have heard many different ideas. To answer that crucial question, this Success Seminar systematically examines a number of educational philosophies, methods, strategies, obstacles, and difficulties that people experience with ESSAYS, INTERVIEWS, LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION, SCHOLARSHIPS, and GRANTS.
Gain perspective to discern what you should and should not convey in your essays and interviews. Read and hear examples of essays that are successful or problematic. Learn how certain types of colleges react differently to answers than other colleges. As a bonus, discover secrets about letters of recommendations and cover letters.
This Part 2 seminar also consists of a workshop in which students will practice brainstorming, writing, and interviewing if they so wish. Participants who have the courage may practice interviewing in front of others. For anyone interested in further help with essays and interviews, we have Part 3 workshops and individual Academic Coaching Sessions.
This ECRIT Academy Success Seminar can help you discover and consider critical aspects of college preparation and the college admissions process that you wouldn't otherwise contemplate. Find out what the College Board and the admissions officers do not want you to know as universities change their criteria and methods. Understand why top grades, AP courses, and outstanding test scores are often not enough to create the best college application or attain significant scholarships. Realize what activities different universities may regard highly or not value. Gain insight into how different types of college admissions officers think, pick students, and distribute scholarships and grants. Learn about important techniques & strategies that you should start implementing and practicing (preferably years in advance). Obtain a method to determine which schools to avoid so that you aren't faced with the dilemma of transferring in the future. Hear about the positives and negatives of universities overseas. Avoid the passive, costly, and heartbreaking mistakes that others make in junior high school, senior high school, and college. Last, given that college applications are stressful for students and parents alike, figure out how to work collaboratively as a successful team from suggestions in the seminar. These are just a few of the topics covered during this Success Seminar.
Speakers led by Andrew Chi, M.D. of ECRIT
For any middle school student, high school student, and/or parents
Date: SUNDAY, JUNE 24, 2018
Time: 8:00 AM – 12 PM (4 hours long)
NYC: Downtown Flushing, Queens
Sheraton La Guardia East Hotel
near Main Street & College Point Blvd
135-20 39th Avenue
Flushing, NY 11354
Avoid the passive, costly, and heartbreaking mistakes that others make.
HOW TO ARRIVE:
Subway: 2 blocks away - the "Flushing Main Street Station" of the NYC Subway Purple “7 train"
Train: 3 blocks away - the "Flushing Main Street Station" of the Long Island RR "Port Washington Line"
Car: Via the Van Wyck Exprwy (I-678), Whitehurst Exprwy (I-678), and Long Island Exprwy (I-278)
Parking is plentiful in the garage under the Sheraton or two blocks away at 138th Street
Near: La Guardia Airport: 10 min by free shuttle
Arthur Ashe US Open Tennis Stadium: 5 min away by car
NY Mets baseball team Citifield Stadium: 4 min away by car
When your payment is processed, we will send you a confirmation via your email or mailing address. We may later send you an email or envelope with some preparatory material to read, write, and ponder. When you check in to our seminars, please bring your confirmation email or letter. It is a good idea to bring a photo I.D. so that you can prove who you are if someone else tries to impersonate you. At our seminars, we will provide a seminar packet, planning exercises, checklists, and Q&A time. Your participation in our seminars can be active or passive as appropriate.