Preparing to Apply to College?
The following sites offer some excellent resources about the college admissions process, including tips for upcoming freshman and college seniors who are about to start hunting for jobs and internships. Learn how to make your online profiles shine! Don't forget to interact with your schools of choice on social media as well - it helps them get to know you long before you apply, and shows them that you're interested!
Leonard Andrew Consulting works with students and student-athletes to guide them to their next educational steps. Their core focus is on the student as a whole, and finding a school that fits them best - academically, athletically, and socially. To learn more, visit their webpage at leonardandrew.com
FOSI's College Confidential has a number of boots-on-the-ground resources for high school students looking to brush up on their college knowledge.
Looking for advice from a professional?The National Association of College Admission Counselors is a great place to find outside help navigating the college admissions process. Their website has some great resources as well.
College Connections is a particularly useful site that caters to teens.
Hopefully you've heard of the Common Application, and if not, this is the place to start.
Need some help with those essays? Education.com has some good tips.
Want an expert from a top-tier school to give your essays a once-over? We recommend the editors over at Ivy League Proofreaders.