School is starting back soon. Of course, as a parent, you want to do all that you can to make sure that your teen is ready for the new high school year. But did you know that now is an excellent time to help your teen prepare for college?
Believe it or not, there are many things that parents should do to help their teens prepare for college. From attending college fairs to filling out Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) forms, you will be just as involved in the process as your teen. I realize how daunting this process can be for parents, primarily if you have never attended college.
Although the college preparation journey will be your teen's journey, she shouldn't have to go through it alone. Instead, you can prepare yourself to help her make the right decisions on what college to choose and what types of scholarships best meet her needs. This is why I developed my College Readiness 101 curriculum with you in mind.
Not only can your teen take advantage of my College Readiness 101 workbooks at each educational level, but you can, too. Instead of being arranged by grade level, the Parent's Guides are arranged from one to five. Each level provides tips and insight on the college selection process and college funding. In addition, these eBooks conveniently lay out the college preparation process so that you can act as a coach assisting your teen with success.
Below are the topics that I cover in each of the five eBooks for parents:
Are you ready to help your teen get on the road to success with their college preparation? As high school resumes, now is a great time to start laying a solid foundation for college prep. My eBooks will help you do just that. To get your copies of the parent series, click the link below:
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