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Private: Products

 

College Planning Bundle

A Guidebook for High School Students Navigating the College Admissions Process

$25.00

Topics cover: Choosing the Best Fit, Types of Financial Aid, Demonstrated Interest, Letter of Recommendation Guide, Essay Brainstorming, Guide to Campus Tours, Evaluating Your Campus Visit, Summer Guide, Freshman Survival Guide, Student Loan Debt Management, Resources for Parents

 

Learning Differences Guidebook

A Guidebook for Parents of K-12 and College-Bound Students with Learning Disabilities

$40.00

Topics cover: Individualized Education Program (IEP), 504 Plan, Special Education Laws, Learning Disability in College

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Services

College Planning

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This service applies to 9th – 12th graders

Package includes but not limited to:

Review of all Academic Records, Tests, and Extracurriculars
Selecting Courses/ Curriculum
Discussion on Getting Involved: Volunteer, Internship, Summer Opportunities
Development of College List that reflect student’s goals, interests, needs, along with parent’s insights and financial parameters
Gentle Guidance on College Tours Trip Planning (before applying or after acceptance)
Understanding ED/EA applications
Discuss Standardized Tests and Refer to Appropriate Testing/ Tutoring Centers
Assist with Letters of Recommendations
Develop ideas, proofread, and organize application essays
Discuss Likes and Interests on Majors/ Career Options
Guidance Searching for Eligible Grants and Scholarships
Assistance, Review, and Submission of Scholarship Applications
Interview Prep
Understanding FAFSA, Grants, Student Loans, and Repayment Options
Comprehensive review of all applications before submission
Discuss freshman survival guide (for seniors)
Evaluation of Acceptances and Financial Aid Offers

If this package doesn’t fit the needs of the student, we offer hourly rates. If the student decides to transition to a package from hourly, we’ll apply completed hourly payment toward the package rate.

 

Career & Major Exploration Course

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For students (at least 15 years old) who need guidance in exploring major and career options.

Service includes:

  • Career, Interests, and Personality Testing via YouScience (eleven aptitude-driven “brain games” test that reveal your natural abilities in skills needed for careers)
  • Discussion of career assessment report (ie. info on each career including a day in the life, job tasks, salaries, educational requirements, insights on abilities, school & social life, tips on improving performance, resume, job interviews, applications, & college essays)
  • Student has access to assessment results for 10 years in portal
  • 1 hour counseling session on student’s overall academic progress, interests, extracurricular activities, and discussion for next steps (ie. choosing classes, getting involved, etc)

May apply a portion of payment toward the College Planning package.

 

Learning Differences Workshop

Whether you’re in the process of requesting an IEP/504 plan in a K-12 school or in the college application process, understanding special education can be complicated without the right guidance. Let us guide you through understanding your legal rights, special education services, getting college exam accommodations, and the difference between a K-12 and college setting.

You choose which workshop you need:

1 hour Workshop (LD in College and Special Education Laws)

  • Topics cover: LD in School vs College Setting & Special Education Laws
  • 1 hour counseling session with student on what to expect (transitioning from high school to college)
  • Guidebook on the entire workshop to take home
  • Additional resources given to take home

2 hour Workshop (IEP, 504 Plan, Special Education Laws)

  • Topics cover: IEP, 504 Plan, Special Education Laws
  • 1 hour counseling session with student/parents on what to expect (IEP & 504 plan in the school setting)
  • Guidebook on the entire workshop to take home
  • Additional resources given to take home

3 hour Workshop (IEP, 504 Plan, Special Education Laws, LD in College)

  • Topics cover: IEP, 504 Plan, LD in School vs College Setting, Special Education Laws
  • 1 hour counseling session with student on what to expect (transitioning from high school to college)
  • Guidebook on the entire workshop to take home
  • Additional resources given to take home

May apply a portion of payment toward the College Planning package.

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Testimonials

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“I am so thankful for your help as a college counselor. I got to know about my interest, application process, and many significant sections about college admission. Thank you for being a kind and helpful counselor. I learned a lot from you. Thank you for your well-organized weekly assignments.”
– Emily L. (student)

“As a first-time transfer student, I needed all the resources I could get my hands on. Olivia has organized materials that contain vital information in a simple, step by step method. Her educational consult not only includes guides regarding financial aid, letter of recommendation supplements, college contact lists, but also evaluates personality traits to better map out strong assets for occupational options. Olivia has made my transfer process easier and I benefited greatly from additional resources she has provided. I highly recommend utilizing Olivia as an educational counselor to efficiently plan for present and future goals regarding educational success.”
– Grace K. (student)

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Contact

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