|College and Career Corner|
|Friday, 04 January 2013 13:15|
The College and Career Corner will consist of various website links and books that can be helpful when searching for and choosing colleges, as well as preparing for the career world.
The Michael Lynch Memorial Foundation will award college scholarships to the children of: New York City Firefighters, Victims of September 11, 2001, Victims of other disasters and fires.
Interested applicants should visit our website to review the application guidelines and selection process. This year we will be accepting applications on-line
Application is Due March 1st, 2013
As college admissions becomes more competitive, colleges are increasingly using a student's admission essays to transform an applicant from a series of numbers into a living, breathing human being. Read this article and learn more about what colleges are looking for.
What do you do when you've been accepted by more than one of your dream colleges? Read this article to help you make this important choice.
You've applied to your dream school, now what? This article provides some helpful tips on what you can do while you wait.
Whether you have chosen your career choice or are undecided, this article explores unique and nontraditional majors that are worth knowing about.
If being able to affect policy and international affairs are goals of yours, Dr. Kat and the Ivywise counselors have compiled this list of five schools to consider if you're thinking of majoring in government.
For Students, a Waiting List Is Scant Hope by Jacques Steinberg for the New York Times
This article discusses the uncertainty of how many applicants will accept admission offers and how many colleges are placing more on waiting lists.
Taking a Gap Year by Howard Greene & Associates
This article discusses the increased interest and popularity of taking a "gap year," or a break between high shool and college.
Kikkoman companies in the United States announced the establishment of a $100,000 scholarship fund to benefit the families of the victims of the September 11th Pentagon and Pennsylvania tragedies.
Presenting Yourself Successfully to Colleges - Howard R. Greene and Matthew W. Greene, Ph.D
Get Into Any College - Gen and Kelly Tanabe
Colleges That Change Lives - Lauren Pope
Paying for College - Howard R. Greene and Matthew W. Greene, Ph.D
Majoring In The Rest Of Your Life -Carol Carter
Getting From College To Career - Lindsey Pollak