A lot of people have the week between Christmas and New Year’s Day off and, in an effort to make the most out of the time, they plan to mark some college prep items off of their list. Usually, I am uber-excited when people are in action. However, there is one thing that I would suggest you not do that you not do over winter break. If you made plans to do this already, cancel, because it’s that important.
The thing that I recommend that you skip over winter break is taking a college tour. During winter break, almost everyone’s gone from campus and that won’t really give you or your child a good strong sense of what’s what. When you take a college tour you want to make sure that you and your child are getting a realistic view of what that college will be like during the academic year. Most campuses are ghost towns right now so skip the college tour.
In the time between Christmas and New Year’s Day, many people start to seriously plan for the upcoming year. If you have a child in middle school and/or high school, it’s time for you to look beyond the next 365 days, you must get on the fast track to plan for your child’s future.
Unfortunately, most parents don’t know where to begin. Well, you’re in luck. I have a program that will set you in the right direction and give you the much needed guidance to help your child succeed.
Introducing – The College Savvy Mom Masterclass
In this four week program, I will guide a group of mothers through the fundamentals of planning for college.