Social Media Skills for College Admission & Beyond

  • October 23, 2017 - 7:30 pm eastern
  • Seminar

Social Media for Students You’ve learned what NOT to post – now learn how to use your Social Media as a tool for college admissions, scholarships, community engagement and more! Social Media is here to stay. As citizens living in the 21st century it is imperative that students learn how to use the available Social…

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Understanding College Admissions: “Smart Scheduling”

Smart Scheduling Seminar This FREE Parent Seminar reviews a few large topics from the Oct 1st Understanding College Admissions Seminar, then discusses “Smart Scheduling”. This is important for parents of 9th and 10th graders and CRUCIAL for parents of 11th graders who have yet to plan out their testing. Literally, if you have no clear…

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Speed-Reading Tips for Teens & Adults

  • November 13, 2017 - 8:00pm eastern
  • Seminar

Improve Reading Skills At Any Age On November 13, Ivy Bound’s Mark Greenstein will present his “Speedy Reading Tips for Teens and Adults” seminar. Mark teaches a full speed reading course, which is the most important snippet. Using Ivy Bound’s reading techniques, students have improved their speed 50% to 250% while keeping their comprehension. This…

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College Financial Planning Seminar

Saving Money for College Ivy Bound helps families who need to plan for funding college. Every three months, we bring in an expert in the planning field. For late November it is Robert Schneider, whose firm assists families in Connecticut. His FREE online seminar applies to families everywhere, particularly those whose children are in 5th…

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How To Do College Visits Effectively

Learn More About College Visits Attend Ivy Bound’s first-ever “How To Do College Visits Effectively” seminar! This event is meant for parents of Juniors, Sophomores and Freshmen. We even have a few words for parents of 7th and 8th graders whose child might be along for the ride, while the high schooler is visiting campuses….

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