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Getting In: A College Coach Conversation

Getting In: A College Coach Conversation

Thursday at 1 PM Pacific

April 21st 2016:What If You Didn't Get In Anywhere?

It’s every college going student and parent’s nightmare: decisions from colleges arrive, and there isn’t a yes in the bunch. Does this mean that the college dream is over? Definitely not, since there are actually many institutions still accepting applications even at this late date. Join us to learn more about how to find them and what to do. On the flip side, what if the student has choices, but the family—namely mom and dad and student—disagrees on the best option? We’ll discuss some tips for sorting through the different considerations leading up to a final decision. Finally, we’re running

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Lisa Albro

Lisa Albro brings a wealth of knowledge to College Coach in both secondary and post-secondary education. She served as the Associate Director of Admissions for her alma mater, Goucher College, where she was responsible for recruitment of students from New York, New Jersey and twenty other states. At Goucher, she oversaw the student, alumni and parent volunteer admissions programs. Lisa also served as Director of College Counseling at Solomon Schechter Day School of Essex and Union in West Orange, NJ, and as Director of College Counseling at Xavier High School in Manhattan. Lisa has a Bachelor of Arts in English from Goucher College, and a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Nonfiction from G
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Lauren Randle

Before joining College Coach, Lauren Randle learned firsthand about the world of highly selective admissions as a former assistant director of admissions at Georgetown University. She left admissions to pursue a master of education degree at the University of Virginia to broaden her knowledge of student development theories and current trends in higher education. From there, she decided to work more directly with students and families at the high school level, leading her across the globe to the Canadian International School of Hong Kong and back to the US to work in guidance at Malvern Preparatory School outside of Philadelphia.
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Beth Feinberg Keenan

Beth Feinberg Keenan has spent her entire professional career in financial aid. She started her career at Lesley University and spent over a decade at Northeastern University’s Office for Student Financial Services, where she was a senior assistant director. At Northeastern, Beth worked with applicants for financial aid, athletes, and families interested in financing their educations. In addition, she has served as an ambassador with the Massachusetts Education Finance Authority, visiting Massachusetts high schools to introduce students and parents to the financial aid process and the many sources of education financing that are available. She is a graduate of Scripps College in Claremont
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2430/getting-in-a-college-coach-conversation 23/10/2017 03:00 23/10/2017 04:00 Getting In: A College Coach Conversation https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2430/getting-in-a-college-coach-conversation It’s every college going student and parent’s nightmare: decisions from colleges arrive, and there isn’t a yes in the bunch. Does this mean that the college dream is over? Definitely not, since there are actually many institutions still accepting applications even at this late date. Join us to learn more about how to find them and what to do. On the flip side, what if the student has choices, but the family—namely mom and dad and student—disagrees on the best option? We’ll discuss some tips for sorting through the different considerations leading up to a final decision. Finally, we’re running part three in our tuition reciprocity series, this time focusing on the Western Undergraduate Exchange. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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