Wed, Feb 03 | Zoom

7:30PM You Got In! Now What?

This program, specifically for 12th grade students and families, will talk about the important college admissions decision-making process.
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7:30PM You Got In! Now What?

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Feb 03, 7:30 PM
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Meeting ID: 840 1458 9194

This program, specifically for 12th grade students and families, will talk about the important college admissions decision-making process. We will discuss important factors to consider when making a final decision, key financial aid considerations, preparing for the final semester in high school, and how to begin exploring gap year options as a part of your post-secondary plans.

For 10 years, Dana Ponsky has worked closely with students and their families to guide and support them through the college admissions process in the school setting and now as an independent educational consultant. Dana served as a director of college counseling in Jewish day schools in Miami, Florida and Washington, D.C. and most recently, led the development of a new, comprehensive career services office in a Brooklyn high school to help students understand the importance of career development in the college admissions and decision-making process. Prior to her work as a college counselor, Dana served as a university administrator at the University of Miami, University of Michigan, and Barry University in various roles including director of orientation, first-year student programming and retention, and developed and taught college readiness courses at the high school and university-level.