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October 1, 2018
College, Career and Life Readiness

“Excavating College”: A Field Guide to Maximizing the College Visit

Visiting colleges that you think could be a good fit is essential before making your decision.  Here we provide a "Field Guide" for what to look for when you visit campus and questions you should ask yourself to find the best college for you.

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October 1, 2018
College, Career and Life Readiness

“Serenity Now”: Five Steps To Help Your Child Find the “Right College”

Preparing for college is an enterprise that takes years of preparation.  Not only does a high school student need to prepare for living without parental guidance, but where they attend college can affect how successful they are at graduating on time.  These five steps outline a path to help make the process easier and more manageable for you and your child to find the right college to help them thrive.

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December 12, 2017
College, Career and Life Readiness

Early Career Planning & Exploration Goes Virtual

Middle and high schools students and their parents often find themselves with limited career counseling sources.  Check out this list of the top 5 early career planning & exploration apps provided by Andrew H. Potter, Envision's Chief Academic Officer.

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August 31, 2017
College, Career and Life Readiness

7 Ways to Plan for Your Future – Starting Now

High school students: As you start this new school year, thoughts of your future are sure to weigh on your mind. Here are 7 specific activities that will help you get on the path toward a happy and productive life.

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August 25, 2017
College, Career and Life Readiness

5 Things Your Kids Should Focus on This Year

It takes more than good grades to create well-rounded, successful, happy young adults. What should your child focus on in the last year or two before high school graduation, besides schoolwork?

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August 25, 2017
College, Career and Life Readiness

5 Steps to Charting Your Own Course

Parents and teachers may think they know what’s best for you, but the only truly successful path in life is the one you choose for yourself. Charting your own course for the future sounds like a daunting task, but we’ve got some tips to guide you.