SEGL Parents' College Night Out
November 9 - 8:00 pm ET/5:00 pm PT
It's your teen's junior year and you know what that means. . .
This is the heart of the college admissions process for your family.
You’ve already heard the stories from other parents about how stressful this time can be. But, let me tell you . . . it’s doesn’t have to be that way!
I’ve been there with you.
I’m a mom of 3 college students, who attended Georgetown, Stanford and Oberlin.
My oldest son attended SEGL, so I know well the transformational experience that your teens are having and how their time away may raise even more questions for you.
When I started as the college counselor for SEGL, I had already coached and guided hundreds of teens through the admissions process. 95% of my students have been admitted to their top choice colleges and the average scholarship is $75,000.
Join me for a special coaching call, exclusively for SEGL parents.
My aim is to bring clarity and calm to this process so that you enjoy the journey.
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Are you wondering . . .
- How can my teen really get to know the colleges on their list?
- What to do about SAT/ACT and is it even necessary?
- What to do if your teen is “undecided”?
- What you should be doing NOW to plan ahead and help your teen get into their top choice colleges and get scholarships?
- How can my family afford the college of my teen’s dreams when we will not qualify for any financial aid?
Why you must be on this call:
- Learn the top 3 tips that are making this process seamless for other parents
- Jump-start your planning process so that you don’t miss anything that could help to offset a big college bill
- Discover what your teen must start doing RIGHT NOW to enhance their portfolio in preparation for applying and being admitted
- Gain insight on the latest changes in the admissions landscape that may impact your teen’s prospects of getting in and getting money for college
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About Dr. Pamela - SEGL Graduate Parent and Educational Consultant
Pamela Ellis, MBA, PhD—The Education Doctor®—partners with busy parents to help their teen find a college that feels like home, without over-paying. As an award-winning CEO and consultant, Dr. Pamela’s experience with the education system includes advising school districts, community organizations, and institutes of higher education.
As a result of her research into student transitions from high school to college—and evaluating the ways colleges successfully retain their student populations once admitted—she developed The Education Doctor® curriculum.
She has visited more than 500 colleges and universities internationally to gain insight into their varying cultures and to explore the range of academic and social opportunities available to students on campus. Her research areas include high school to college transition, parent engagement, African-American males in education, confidence in teen girls and college completion.
She is a highly sought-after speaker and author of the best-selling book What to Know Before They Go: College Edition, which has been coined as the “the how-to guide for the teen years”. Dr. Pamela shares actionable insights and tips to help school leaders, counselors, mentors and parents/caregivers support teens toward higher education success.
Dr. Pamela graduated from Stanford University and the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, and she earned a doctorate from the Stanford University School of Education.