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ASCA 2018 Session Highlights

3,500 school counselors from across the nation descended upon Los Angeles for the American School Counselor Association Conference this July 14-17. Filled with exhibitors (like us!), keynote speakers, and informational sessions, there was plenty to do in this four day convening. Besides being able to meet amazing counselors from all over the U.S., like Marie

Scholarships

Make Me Laugh Scholarship  Applicants must be thirteen years of age or older, legal residents of the USA, and currently enrolled (or enroll no later than the fall of 2024) in an accredited post-secondary institution of higher education. "OMG... finding and applying for scholarships is serious business, but it's time to lighten things up a

Colleges Still Accepting Applications - Fall 2018

Worried that you missed the May 1st decision deadline? Don't worry because there are so many colleges still accepting applications for the Fall, 2018. Check out all the colleges below, and bear in mind some of the deadlines are coming up soon so don't procrastinate! Missouri State University Springfield Jul 20, 2018 Georgia Southwestern State

College Fly-In Programs

Fly-in programs are one of the best opportunities that a college provides for students to really get to know the campus. Here are some colleges that provide such programs and their application deadlines! College/University Program Name Application Due Date Program Dates Amherst College Diversity Open Houses May 14th to August 13th, 2018 September 22nd-24th; October

Top 10 LGBTQ+ Friendly Colleges and Universities

By Simarn Regmi  Hey everyone! It’s June, which is Pride Month. Pride month is dedicated to honor the LGBTQ+ community and recognizing their individual experiences. It was chosen to be during the month of June to commemorate the Stonewall Riots in June, 1969; It was a pivotal event in the Gay Liberation movement and

Brandeis

By Simarn Regmi   I was in Costa Rica, my phone was on 1%, and the wifi was terrible, yet I was scrambling to check my email. I heard that Brandeis released admission decisions and I was eager to find out. I had been disconnected from the internet ever since I had left the capital

Tips for First Generation College Applicants

First of all, congratulations on going to college! You’re the first person in your family to do so, and everyone in your family is proud of you. Don’t take this for granted; it takes an extraordinary and brave person to be the first to go to college. Now, I am going to give you a

Finding College Pathways

Hey, my name is Jay KC. The moment my brother in law brought me with him to work, I knew I wanted to become a pharmacist. My whole life I was interested in sciences. From learning about the three states of matter to learning about how enzymes are a catalyst for many reactions and cell

CollegeFindMe Competitions and Scholarships

Stay tuned to learn about new scholarship opportunities, we create new ones throughout the year! Sci-fi Fantasy Short Story Competition Our most recent competition was one where students were asked to reach into the depths of their imaginations to conjure up a beautiful science fiction or fantasy story. Students showcased their sharpened writing skills through

My Application Process as a Private School Student

I am Vera, a senior from Worcester Academy. Senior year is always the busiest during high school. Being an international student is even more challenging. SAT and AP exams are not enough. We need TOEFL scores, and high GPA’s to prove we can keep up with the courses in college. Luckily, my school is helpful

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