College Life, Study and Safety Skills Program
“Learn How To Succeed in College…Without Getting Off Track Personally or Academically”
In their excitement to “go to college,” most students do not realize the significant challenges they will face. Students who are not prepared have a much higher chance of getting off track, both personally and academically. Many students wonder, “I’m In!…Now What?”
Students may recognize the challenges ahead but don’t have experience in dealing with them. Parents may have experience with the challenges of college, but they don’t have the skills, knowledge or experience in teaching them to students. IS YOUR STUDENT READY TO HANDLE THE INCREASED FREEDOM AND RESPONSIBILITY OF GOING TO COLLEGE?
Our College Life, Study and Safety Skills program is a 2-hour seminar that addresses the challenges facing college freshman through interactive methods, small group sessions, Q&A, and informative lectures. The program prepares undergraduates for life on campus in an honest and encouraging manner.
Learn 6 “Steps for Success”
● Mastering Roommate Relations
● Winning Study Tips
● College Safety Basics
● Financial Management Basics
● Secrets of Goal Setting
● College How-To’s: Find a Job, Save on Expenses, Furnish Your Dorm
Our Course includes:
- A complete set of proprietary College Life, Study and Safety Skills materials.
- Personalized notebook.
- “Attitudes of Success.”
- Goal setting materials.
Chelsea Hackett has over 20 years experience with the college application process. Chelsea combined her academic education and professional experience to create the College Application Training proprietary curriculum. By combining
organizational skills learned from juggling multiple scripts and productions with college test prep and writing coaching, she has created a specialized program to train students to create winning college applications with maximum individuality and minimum stress.
Andy Watkins, J.D. has over 15 years experience as a corporate attorney and financial consultant. Andy works with families to financially prepare them for college and optimize the amount of financial aid parents and student are eligible to receive.
The course is FREE for the first ten students with advance reservation at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 888-835-8228. The course is being promoted through Skillshare (www.skillshare.com), a community marketplace to learn anything from anyone. Parents and students may register at http://www.skl.sh/KbjWKL.