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Getting In: A College Coach Conversation

Getting In: A College Coach Conversation

Thursday at 1 PM Pacific

August 11th 2016:School's Out Application Workshop: Applying for Scholarships, Learning to Live Like a College Student, Office Hours: Listener Questions

Enjoy sushi on the weekends, a pricey gym membership, and shopping at the mall at least once or twice a week? Wondering how this will all fit into your budget when you get to college? You may want to tune in for this week’s segment on learning to live like a college student. Hint: you may have to forgo a few things… If you’re hoping to maintain a similar lifestyle, then you’ll definitely want to tune in for the School’s Out Application Workshop series, since applying for scholarships are on the docket this week. And we’ll try to get to more of your listener questions in Office Hours.

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