CONTACT COLLEGE CLINIC
College Clinic can come to YOU! To learn more about school and community engagements, please CLICK HERE or email info@CollegeClinic.org to book your college-bound customized workshop for small or large groups.
A student's primary job is to go to school, get involved in extra curricular activities, give back to the community, and be a good community citizens. Let's highlight your awesome-ness in your high school resume. Each student will learn tools to enhance their resume-writing skills and personal statements for scholarship and academic opportunities.
CLASSROOM & COMMUNITY
SCHOOL PROGRAMS - SPECIAL ASSEMBLY - PARENT NIGHT - YOUTH GROUPS - AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMS
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is available for the 2018-2017 on October 1st. The workshop topics are a list of 10 things needed to complete the FAFSA form. This course is ideal for a group of students and parents during Parent Nights, Youth Group presentation, Keynote speaking topic.
College Clinic recognizes that each group of parents and students are different. Therefore, workshops can be customized to meet the needs of the audience. Design a workshop or presentation for as short (15 minutes) or as long (multiple-day conferences) as you need great college-bound resources
This workshop is perfect for students that need successful writing tools for their college essay submission. Register for workshop to learn how to write 25 sentences in 25 minutes for a creative five-paragraph essays. Each student will outline their essay to captive the reader and garner the attention of college admissions officers.
One of the most requested college-bound support, is the College Scholarship Search. This workshop provides students with ten (10) college scholarship tools, college scholarship tracking forms, and resources to prepare the college scholarship application. Please bring your laptop, iPad, or smartphone to search for scholarship opportunities.
Here's What's Included in your College Clinic After School Programs Toolbox:
- Unlimited access to the College Clinic Digital Library's selected series of courses, video tutorials, and college resources
- 10 Things You Need to Complete Your College Application workbook
- 10 Things BootCamp Materials
- 10 Things worksheet
- The College Essay
- How-To Complete the FAFSA
- College Scholarship Search
- "Motivational Message & a Bottle" for students on test day
- Postcard invitation to schedule your Classroom or Community program
- Business card to stay connected with College Clinic
College Camp is a unique “college freshman orientation” for any campus across the county. Student attend the one-day activity on a college campus to get a hands-on experience of taking a class in a lecture hall and get an introduction to the college experience. Similar to “Draft Day” for student-athletes, COLLEGE CAMP also celebrates the academic achievements of students making the decision to attend college in the fall. Students will take a class photo and “sign” on the dotted line to accept admission into college. It is not a requirement for students to have been accepted to college at time of attending College Camp.
College-Bound Workshops Include:
- Time management tools
- Practice scheduling college courses
- Finding classes using a campus map
- How to find and purchase college books
- College freshman expectations
Great activity for groups of < 25 students