Prepare for Your First-Year of College
Learn how to excel during your freshmen year in college.
Thursday, July 20, 2017
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM EST
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We know you will be looking for ways to be a leader on campus – and we want to help you do just that! Let’s take some time to explore how to find the right student organization for you to join. Also, we will discuss why keeping your GPA strong means mastering time management and balancing a number of priorities, including work-study, off-campus employment or your social life. Finally, we want to explore one of the main things on every first-year college student’s mind: "How do I make new friends and live with a roommate (who might be very different from me)?!"
ABOUT the INSTRUCTOR
Founder/CEO, Scholar Navigator
Quinton holds two Masters degrees: a Master of Sociology & Education (MA) from Columbia University’s Teachers College, NYC; and a Master of Politics, Development, Democratic Education (MPhil) from University of Cambridge, UK.
He has worked for several nationally-known educational organizations including the "I Have A Dream" Foundation. Quinton has been the recipient of the Education Pioneers Fellowship, the Coca-Cola Scholarship and the Bill & Melinda Gates Millennium Scholarship.
what you will learn
Understand the benefits and advantages of joining student groups on campus
Brainstorm various ways to balance work-study or off-campus employment with classes
Explore how to make friends and live with a roommate
who should attend
High School Students in grade 9, 10, 11 and 12th