College 411, a Verona-based college application counseling service, will hold two complimentary educational seminars in August at the Verona Public Library.
The seminars will be held on Tuesdays August 2 and August 9 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., and are open to all high school students and their parents. College 411 was founded by Allison Wright, a Verona High School graduate, who spent more than two decades leading the human resources departments of major corporations in New York City.
College 411 will cover:
- Choosing the right schools: The 5 components of FIT
- Standardized tests: ACT vs. SAT
- Financial aid basics: Learn where and how to look for student aid
- The application process: What really matters in college admissions
With College 411’s guidance, you learn how to build your student brand and focus your search on what is really important to college admissions counselors. College 411 gives you the answers and dispels the myths.
Come find out how you can own the college admissions process and show your best self to admissions. To reserve your seat, please RSVP to [email protected] Starting the college process early will ease the stress and possibly save you time and money.
The Verona Public Library is located at 17 Gould Street in the center of Verona.