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Free Seminar: College Planning 101

The Dartmouth Association of the Rocky Mountains
PRESENTS
A Free Workshop For High School Students and Parents

COLLEGE PLANNING 101

Saturday, March 1st, 8:30 to 11 a.m.
Welborn House, Colorado Academy
3800 South Pierce Street
(off of West Hampden/US 285 between Sheridan and Wadsworth)
Click HERE for a map.

Topics Addressed

  • College Admissions Today: Is It Really That Competitive?
  • Building an Appropriate List of Colleges
  • Keeping it Sane: Managing the Application Process
  • Standardized Testing and Test Preparation
  • Strategies to Reduce the Cost of College

Special Breakout Session for High School Students
Students are invited to leave their parents behind to participate in informal discussions with an experienced college counselor. Students can get their questions answered in a laid back, relaxed atmosphere.

Description
College admission has become more complicated, more competitive, and more stressful. No matter what sort of school a student may be interested in, the goal is to find the best college that suits a student’s interests and aspirations. But sometimes achieving that goal can be daunting. Our panelists are seasoned professionals who help all sorts of students and their families with their college journeys. They are eager to share their expertise with members of DARM, the All-Ivy Group, and anyone else who would like to participate in this free workshop. Please feel free to share this flyer with friends and family.

Presenters
• Mark Montgomery, Dartmouth class of ’84: Independent Educational Consultant
• Cathy Nabbefeld, Dartmouth class of ’90: Director of College Counseling, Colorado Academy
• Rob Huntington, Dartmouth class of ’02: Executive Director, Huntington Learning Center
• Jay Murray: Certified College Planner, Solutions for Tuition

Seating is limited. To reserve your space, please send an email to Mark Montgomery at mark [at] GreatCollegeAdvice [dot] com.

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