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Getting In: A College Coach Conversation

Getting In: A College Coach Conversation

Thursday at 1 PM Pacific

November 01st 2018:Disciplinary Issues; Life Insurance Savings; Admissions Anxiety

Students who have been suspended, expelled, or been subject to disciplinary action of some kind will likely need to address this infraction in their college applications. Tune in to learn more about the potential consequences and, more importantly, how to handle these in the application. If you have considered using life insurance as a college savings vehicle—or been advised to do so by someone else—join us to get more information about the positives and negatives of this option. Finally, we’ll look at ways to use mindfulness to combat the anxiety that often accompanies the college admissions

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Sai Samboon

Sai Somboon comes to College Coach with a unique background in Ivy League, international and arts admissions. He began his career as a regional director of undergraduate admissions at the University of Pennsylvania, where he read applications for the College of Arts & Sciences, the School of Nursing, the School of Engineering and Applied Science, and the Wharton School of Business. After Penn, Sai worked as the admissions coordinator of the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance program during graduate school at Ohio State. More recently, Sai was an auxiliary reader for NYU Abu Dhabi and an independent college counselor for domestic and international students. Sai has a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropo
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Joy Biscornét

Joy Biscornét got her first taste of college admissions as a tour guide, student panelist, and work-study while an undergraduate at Lafayette College. After receiving a BS in Civil Engineering, she worked as an engineer in the areas of construction and environmental quality. Joy brings a wealth of experience in domestic and international admissions with her, having spent most of her career in the admissions profession. She oversaw the scholarship program at her alma mater, and coordinated the international admission process at Boston College. Joy left admissions to become the Associate Director of College Counseling at Castilleja School in Palo Alto, CA. With a move to the Midwest, Joy ret
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Alex Bickford

Alex Bickford joined College Coach as part of the college financing team from the education finance department of Citizens Bank. Before his stint with Citizens, he worked as an Assistant Director of Financial Aid at Southern New Hampshire University. Alex has spent most of his professional career working in financial aid and has assisted traditional undergraduate, adult learners and master’s degree students in financing their educations. He has a master’s degree in business education, a bachelor’s degree in hotel and restaurant management, and an associate’s degree in culinary arts.
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