Transition 101: High School to College – An Overview

Exciting news! On Wednesday July 20, 2011 at 9pm EST, I have been invited to present a webinar for the Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA).

So many elements have changed dramatically in the college application process. Things are very different today than they were just four or five years ago, not to mention back when the parents of today’s college applicants headed off to campus. Often, because the process and the environments have changed, parents are unaware of what can and must be done in order to ensure their child a successful college placement.

Entitled Transition 101: High School to College – An Overview, my workshop will provide an overview to inform parents of what needs to be done – from their child’s freshman year of high school until his or her first day of college. The goal is to provide clarity by breaking the process down into manageable steps that will make life easier for both parents and students.

Check out ADDA’s website for more information and be sure to join me on Wednesday, July 7th for the webinar. It’s never too early to start preparing for college!

Published by leahylearning

An accomplished educational innovator, my professional services span education, counseling, learning disabilities, coaching, mentoring, ADHD, and Autistic Spectrum Disorders. I specialize in problem-solving and success strategies, focusing on the impact of learning processes on people throughout the lifespan: from childhood through professional career development. I consult and train internationally to academic and corporate audiences on topics in education and mental health. In 2014 I co-authored a peer-reviewed medical textbook on ADHD. I am active in multiple educational, charitable, and volunteer organizations, and I am always interested in discussing new corporate and academic partnership opportunities.

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