College and Career Planning: Explore Your Options for Life After High School
Emily Kendall, PhD Fellow | SchoolhouseForAmerica
It is never too early to start thinking about life after high school! Together, we will navigate middle/ high school and plan for life post-graduation. Wherever your learner is now, we will start there to make a plan for the future!
During this course, I will outline the many options available to your child after high school and the path to each one. Students may want to attend college, vocational training, join the military, build career readiness skills, or plan for some of each. We will outline the financial aid process and options available to fund your child's education. We will also study the common application for college admissions. The purpose of this one-time class is to give a general timeline of the college...
Students will learn the following: - The college admissions process, the timeline, and the common application - The financial aid process, including the FAFSA - Vocational skills and admission requirements - Career readiness skills
I have counseled students into post high-school for three years. I've helped many students through the process of enlisting into the military, and many into college or vocational school.
Student should have a method of taking notes, however I will provide all other materials needed for this course.
We will refer to the following sources during this course: https://studentaid.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa https://www.commonapp.org/ The textbook: Starting Out! Building Essential Life Skills by McGraw Hill
Meet the teacher
Hey there! My name is Emily Kendall. My passion for education is to make it fun and purposeful for each student that I get the privilege to interact with! I am currently a research fellow, earning my PhD in education at the University of...
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1-8 learners per class