An event designed for high school students to help them learn the skills necessary to stay calm, organized and optimistic during the college application process.
Is your teen approaching their senior year of high school and beginning to feel the stress of choosing and applying to colleges? Are they worried about their GPA, SAT/ACT scores, essays, and acceptances? Do they feel overwhelmed making decisions about their future while balancing their classwork and activities? How can you help your teen stay calm and organized during the process? Our workshop, “I'm applying to college, now how do I survive the process?” can help!
This workshop is designed to help high school students who are applying to college learn to:
Organize college application materials
Formulate an action plan
Practice time management
Cope with stress and anxiety related to college and future plans
Learn how self-talk can help or hurt the college application process
This workshop will be led by Lindsay Butler, LPC and certified school counselor.
WHO: High school students
WHAT: A one-day workshop to help teens cope with the stress and anxiety of the college application process
WHERE: The Center for Family Empowerment at 602 Willow Street, Jenkintown PA 19046
WHEN: Saturday, September 22nd at 9:30am - 12 pm
INVESTMENT: $75 for a 2 1/2-hour workshop. Payment is non-refundable.