On the cusp of a new school year, opportunity abounds, as it does anytime we get to start again. Whether you’re headed for high school or college – it’s a time to embrace the freshness of a blank screen that’s yours to fill. So, while you try to hold on to those last moments of … Continue reading Back to school, back to opportunities
Extracurricular Activities / Page 3
Families often ask us what the correct extracurricular strategy or path is for their student. However, the best route for one student may look very different from another student. The reality is there isn’t one way to create a unique profile. In fact the very idea of a singular path to a distinctive extracurricular experience … Continue reading Creating an extracurricular strategy
Believe it or not, summer is finally right around the corner! Do your big plans currently consist of napping? Watching TV? Stalking social media? No, no, and no, say admissions officers. They don’t necessarily care what you do this summer, but they like to see that you’ve done something. What is that something? Here are … Continue reading How to make the most out of your summer
Sophomores and juniors in high school have so much to do. You’re reading, writing, problem-solving, creating, collaborating and practicing, all while you’re spending time with friends and family and trying to figure out what you care about most. When you start thinking about applying to college, you may wonder about the role activities play in … Continue reading What are extracurricular activities for?
If you missed Part 1 from last week, please click here. Thinking about extracurricular involvement and summer activity planning for your son or daughter? To help, we’ve pulled six unique programs from our Extracurricular Activities & Leadership Development guide. Check them out! Community Service The Road Less Traveled https://www.theroadlesstraveled.com/environmental-summer-programs Community service programs abroad with a focus on … Continue reading Summer activity planning: part II