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Getting In: A College Coach Conversation

Getting In: A College Coach Conversation

Thursday at 1 PM Pacific

February 04th 2016: Parents: Please Don't Be More Memorable than your Students!

Standing out in the college admissions process is a great thing. Unless you're the parent, and not the student. Listen is as we share horror stories of parents who are more memorable than their students and get a better understanding for just how much this can hurt applicants in the process. In our second segment, we'll discuss financial aid for transfer students, and then wrap up the show with advice about what to do--and not to do--while students wait for their final round of decisions.

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Canh Oxelson

Canh Oxelson is in his 5th year as Director of College Counseling at Horace Mann, a rigorous college prep high school in the Bronx, NY. He arrived at Horace Mann after 8 years as an Upper School Dean and College Counselor at Harvard-Westlake School in Los Angeles, CA. Mr. Oxelson also worked in college admissions at the University of Pennsylvania, the University of California, St. Mary's College of CA, and his alma mater, the University of San Francisco.
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Michelle Clifton

Michelle Clifton has spent the majority of her professional career in higher education. She began her career at Rhode Island School of Design, working with student accounts and student loans. At Babson College, she worked in a variety of roles within Student Financial Services, including financial aid, student loans, and student accounts.
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Julia Jones

Julia Jones has been working with adolescents and college admissions for most of her career. She was involved in virtually all aspects of the admissions process at Brandeis University, including overseeing the creation and production of admissions publications and recruitment materials and serving as director of the Brandeis Alumni Admissions Council, a 1000-member network of alumni recruiters and interviewers.
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