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Do you have questions about college applications?
Are you a student, parent, mentor or college counselor seeking simple steps that will illuminate an inside track for college preparation and admission?
This webinar introduces 6 steps of instructions, worksheets, and explanations how to apply for admission to college. Information includes hyperlinks to websites to search for colleges, register for standardized tests, and apply for college admissions. High school students will walk through the essential steps to apply for admission to college while parents and college counselors better understand how to support admission success. This is the starting point for anyone who wishes to apply to college. Students, parents, mentors, and college counselors will learn the essential steps of applications with strategies to improve chances of admission to college.
About the Presenters
Matthew C. Andrews, Ph.D.
Matthew Andrews is an educator and entrepreneur. A graduate of Stanford University, Dr. Andrews have founded education companies that serve students in countries around the world. He has developed assessments for college readiness, youth purpose, international mathematics, and entrepreneurship programs. He has been a featured and keynote speaker at education conferences and events throughout the world.
Matthew's expertise includes designing, implementing and assessing educational programs. At the Stanford Center on Adolescence, Dr. Andrews clinical interviews and surveys in longitudinal study to understand how adolescents develop a sense of purpose in the world. He currently directs curriculum and assessments at an international school in the Silicon Valley and works with a team at College Inside Track to provide free webinars on the 6 Steps to College Admissions.
Jay Benanav, J.D.
Jay founed College Inside Track in 2006, specializing in college admisions and finance. He helps families find the right academic, social and financial fit. He served on the St. Paul City Council for 10 years, has a law degree from St. John’s Law School and has attended Harvard School of Government and Columbia University School of Business.
Jay’s wife Lucy is a clinical social worker and a former teacher in the Public Schools. They have three sons all of whom have attended and graduated from college with very little debt.
Find out more about the 6 Steps to College Admissions with College Inside Track.