On Friday, January 19, Meg spent a memorable afternoon teaching a course at Drexel University. The topic of the course was Practicing Emotional Competence. Meg discussed emotional intelligence and the value of understanding what that means to students, especially as they enter the workplace. She presented a number of activities she has developed to helpContinue reading “Meg Speaks to Drexel Students”
“Let’s put it this way: if you can build a $100 billion company by using the Internet to replace the college yearbook–imagine what you can do if you use the Internet to replace college.” — Robert Tracinski For some time now, I have been talking about the “education bubble” and how it is wobbling about,Continue reading “Could The Internet Really Replace College?”
On Saturday, November 19 in Wilmington, Delaware, I will be presenting a workshop on ADHD and College at the Community Mental Health Conference. Sponsored by The Mental Health Association in Delaware, the tenth annual Community Mental Health Conference will take place at the Doubletree Hotel in downtown Wilmington. This year’s conference theme is “Communities ComingContinue reading “Community Mental Health Conference”
On Wednesday, September 28, 2011 at 9pm EDT, I have been invited to present a webinar entitled, “Bridging the Gap – A Campus Survival Guide”, for the Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA). In our webinar, Dr. Lisa Mimmo Banister and I will discuss the college experience. It can be very overwhelming for all students, but especiallyContinue reading “Bridging the Gap – A Campus Survival Guide”
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 whenContinue reading “Transition 101: High School to College – An Overview”
Congrats Katie Blumenthal and Gettysburg Lax on winning the 2011 NCAA Division III Women’s Lacrosse Champions! Way to go!
Students and parents asked for it! Over the last five years, I have met with students and parents who have told me: “If I knew I had to check in with you, I would have gone to class.” “Meghan, if she could have called you for help, she would have gotten her assignments in onContinue reading “Leahy Learning College Coaching Program”