Navigating the College Application Process: From Application to Finding Money on Tuesday Feb 19 at 6pm

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Who: 7th through 11th graders  and their parent(s)/guardians

What: Finding money to finance college is about starting early and understanding how it works. This includes where the money comes from (your pocket, scholarships, merit aid, and financial aid) to how to prepare your application for the maximum return (both $ and college choice). Many people wait until the spring of 11th grade to start thinking about the college application process, but it needs to start earlier to get into your choice of colleges and to find the money to finance it.

This workshop is designed for families of 7th through 11th graders to look at how to prepare your application and strategies to find the money to pay for college. It is highly recommended both students and their parent(s) attend the workshop as this is a family approach to the college application process. As this is a family workshop, the price of the workshop is per family (limit 4).

Tickets: Early Bird Fee: $15 (after fees) until Feb 11

General Fee: $20 (after fees) From Feb 12-Feb 19th

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Speaker: Jen Miller-Hogg is a private college admissions advisor located in Holly Springs, NC and owner of College Path Advising. She has been working with students, parents, faculty, and staff for over 15 years. She has worked at Sarah Lawrence College, the University of Florida, California College of the Arts, John F. Kennedy University, and Meredith College. Jen graduated from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor’s degree in English and a Master’s Degree in Student Personnel Administration in High Education from New York University. She has had the privilege of helping hundreds of students and parents find the right school for them. Jen’s own passion is to connect students to what is next for them and aid them on their journey.