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Yes, you read that correctly. College Prep Genius is here to teach you all the tips and tricks in which you can ace the SAT and get FREE money for college (no strings attached)! Jean Burk's program will give you all the inside information.
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Drunk College Prep is all about preparing our listeners for the college experience—in the most comedic way possible. We cover social life, majors, and how to survive just about any college campus. Buckle up, because even with our degrees, we have no idea what we’re doing.
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Looking for help with college admissions, career planning, SAT/ACT prep, college applications, college essays, financial aid, and more? We have the answers to all of your college prep questions. The "College Prep? Yep!" podcast guides students and parents through every step of your college journey. Hosted by Erin & Carmella of Ensphere College Planning Services. Download your free episode worksheet at www.enspherecps.com/podcast.
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The Northeast Ohio Tech Prep Region’s (at least) monthly podcast about current events surrounding Ohio Tech Prep and Career Technical Education throughout the state of Ohio. Each episode will feature the host interviewing a dynamic guest whether they are an educational partner, a representative from the Ohio Department of Education, or an Industry Partner, you are sure to get some really useful information about CTE.
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Journey with us on the exciting and daunting path to higher learning and the college admissions process! The College Counseling Office at Shorecrest Preparatory School of St. Petersburg, FL serves as your guide to ensure a smooth and successful process. In this podcast series you will hear from Dan Burkett, the Assistant Director of College Counseling, his Shorecrest colleagues, and other college admissions professionals as they address all aspects of the college application, selection, and ...
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Confused about the road to college? Don’t know where to begin your college search? The College Checklist podcast is your source for great information on the college admissions journey. Hosted by SAT & ACT expert and entrepreneur Lauren Gaggioli, the College Checklist features interviews from college counselors, admission officers and other professionals who can help you get into college, pay for school with scholarships, and succeed once you’re there. This podcast also features test prep tip ...
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Students are told that dropping a class will ruin their future prospects–the dreaded W on the transcript is the scarlet letter. Erin argues that sometimes dropping a class is the best and most strategic choice. She also discusses what other options there might beand when it is time to call it and time to stick it out. The post 526: Drop That Class!…
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This month Matt Cola, the Tech Prep Coordinator from Kent State University interviews Lynette Boggs from the Wayne County Schools Career Center. During the interview the two discuss the new CTE option, The Innovative Pathway. Lynette details the process of applying for this type of program, and explains why Wayne County Schools Career Center decide…
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Why does this college application question elicit blank stares from students? How do we help students to figure out what they might bring to the college experience or what sets them apart from other applicants? Megan and Erin discuss how this question being used with younger students could help them shift from passive to active participants in thei…
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Megan is back from a whirlwind tour of college visits and is sharing her notes and secret tips. When should you go? Is it worth it to time your visit to coincide with their “special” day? Lots of tips like what to wear, what to ask, how many schools you should see, and how to keep them all straight in your head. The post 524: Tips for Visiting Coll…
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How do you get plugged-in? What goals should you have for socialization? What factors should you consider before accepting a delayed admission? What questions should you be asking? What should you do prior to your delayed start? Megan and Erin help transfers and delayed students to get connected with the people, culture, and activities on campus th…
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Maybe you are interested in participating in your sport in college. Or maybe you haven’t thought about it at all. Or maybe you are confused as to what the Divisions mean. Wherever you are in the college athletics process, Megan helps answer some basic questions and provides an overview for those interested in sports. The post 522: NCAA & Athletics …
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Brad Hill, Head Coach, Emporia State University Baseball (NCAA Division II) joins us for this episode. Topics include typical recruiting activities this time of year, his thoughts on the transfer portal, how grades impact the recruiting process, his advice to parents and much more. Follow Brad Hill and the Emporia State Hornets baseball team on X @…
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Approach with Caution! When you see these red flags, it may be a sign that the college on your list could be more of a gamble than you were looking for. These are factors to watch for as you research schools. They may not be enough to remove from your list, but definitely something to consider. The post 521: Warning Signs when Researching Colleges …
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Everyone wants to get into a “good college,” but if we don’t rely on rankings, what are some ways prospective students can tell if a college is good? Megan shares the things she looks for including specific numbers that might help you decide if that college is a good fit for you. The post 520: How Can I Tell if a College Is “Good”? appeared first o…
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Benny Castillo, owner of Cool Breeze Baseball Academy, joins us on this episode. His fire for life is unmatched and his impact on the game of baseball has been enormous. From growing up in the Bronx, to his playing and coaching days, the story of Benny’s life is a must listen. Follow Benny Castillo on Facebook and look him up if you’re ever in Lake…
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Some colleges do their curriculum in very different ways. Megan and Erin talk about some of these programs, their features, and what students might enjoy these colleges. Some of these you may never have heard of but could be your perfect fit! Plus, a secret FAFSA and SAT update! The post 519: Unique College Programs appeared first on The College Pr…
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CJ Beatty, The Baseball Motivator, joins us on this episode. Owner of The Motivator Brands & Beatty Enterprises, CJ is one of the most sought after motivational speakers around. In this episode, CJ and I discuss his baseball background, what motivates him, advice for players and much more. Follow CJ Beatty on Instagram @cjbeatty44 and Change Your L…
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What do we mean when we ask students to research colleges? What information is helpful? What are some good tools to get started? More importantly, WHY is this information relevant? The post 518: What We Mean When We Suggest You “Research Colleges” appeared first on The College Prep Podcast.저자 Megan Dorsey & Erin Wilson
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Jensen Elliott, RHP for the Baltimore Orioles joins us on this episode. Jensen is entering his 5th season of professional baseball and is a call away from the big leagues. Jensen joins us to discuss what it’s like to play professionally, why he chose Oklahoma State in recruiting, his advice to young players and much more. Follow Jensen Elliott on I…
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You might be getting invited to fancy conferences or thinking about travel or camps–are these opportunities worth it? What can students do to make an impact over the summer? Megan and Erin share their suggestions for what students can do in the summer (HINT: Don’t wait for summer to find these)! The post 517: Looking Forward to Summer- Suggestions …
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Todd Coburn, The Catching Guy, joins us for this episode. Topics include how Todd became known and started a business as The Catching Guy, his thoughts on the evolution of catching, mental preparation and much more. Follow The Catching Guy on X, Instagram and YouTube or visit thecatchingguy.com for information on upcoming camps and digital offering…
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During this month’s episode of the Ohio College Tech Prep Podcast, host Matt Cola of the Northeast Ohio Tech Prep Region, and Kent State University interviewed Dr. Joseph Glavan. The two discussed Mentor School District’s Career Academies, which just received a $2.2 Million Grant for Career Technical Education. These Academies were designed to give…
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You heard from a school but were either waitlisted or deferred–now what? Megan walks through the questions you should ask youself and shares her top tips on what to do (and what NOT to do). Plus, Erin brings in a ... Read More » The post 516: What to do if you get deferred or want to appeal your college decision appeared first on The College Prep P…
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Sean McKinney, Associate Head Coach, Colorado Mesa University Baseball (NCAA Division II) joins us for this episode. Topics include a season outlook for the Mavericks, his thoughts on the transfer portal, qualities CMU looks for in players, his recruiting advice and much more. Follow Sean McKinney on X @wyomkc1 and the Colorado Mesa baseball team @…
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Issues, issues, issues with the SAT! The SAT is changing again–and schools are trending back toward requiring the test. Have you noticed this trend? Megan and Erin debate the value of the SAT and help to make sense of this ... Read More » The post 515: SAT or no SAT: What is best for students? appeared first on The College Prep Podcast.…
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A parent writes in asking about the difference between Early Action and Early Decision. Megan gives us a brief primer on what our Juniors need to be doing right now in the college search process. Then, she helps us make ... Read More » The post 514: Strategies for Selecting Early Decision 1 and 2 Schools appeared first on The College Prep Podcast.…
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Dusty Hart, Head Coach, Blinn College(NJCAA) Baseball joins us for this episode. Topics include a season outlook for the Buccaneers, what it takes to win, how important body language is, his advice for players wanting to be recruited and much more. Follow Dusty Hart on X @DustyHart and the Blinn College baseball team @BlinnBaseball. Podcast Highlig…
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A listener writes in with a question about merit scholarships–can they count on them for all four years or can colleges change their mind? Megan shares what she generally sees with merit scholarships, what to look for, and general guidelines ... Read More » The post 513: How to Make the Most of Merit Scholarship Money appeared first on The College …
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Steven Trout, Head Coach, Texas State Baseball joins us for this episode. Topics include a season outlook for the Bobcats, what it takes to catch the attention of Coach Trout when he’s out recruiting, red flags he pays attention to and much more. Follow Steven Trout on X @Trouty16 and the Texas State baseball team @TxStateBaseball. Visit https://tx…
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This month’s episode features an engaging discussion with Marina Goldshmidt who is the Kent State Outreach Program Director for the Ohio Semiconductor Education and Research Program regarding the work of the grant, along with several unique work-based learning opportunities available to students involved in programs related to the Semiconductor Ind…
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Jake Rogers, Catcher for the Detroit Tigers joins us on this episode. The 2024 MLB season will be Jake's 4th year in the big leagues, following up a 21 HR campaign in 2023. Jake joins us to discuss the offseason, embracing failure, life at the Major League level and much more. Follow Jake Rogers on X an Instagram @_JROG_ Podcast Highlights: 03:25 J…
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Brandon Hunt, Recruiting Coordinator and Assistant Coach, North Dakota State Baseball joins us for this episode. Topics include what it takes to be recruited at NCAA DI NDSU, a season outlook for the 2024 Bison, his recruiting advice for student-athletes, parents and much more. Follow Brandon Hunt on X @CoachB_Hunt and the NDSU baseball team @NDSUB…
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Sonia works with students (and parents!) around career and technical education. Sonia is a student advocate and career coach expert that empowers parents and students in the college and career ready journey. Her goal is to help students with self-awareness, ... Read More » The post 511: SPECIAL GUEST: Sonia Cacique from The College & Career Ready P…
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Dr. Christopher Parker, President and CEO of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) joins us to discuss the in's and out's of the NJCAA, the major benefits in choosing a junior college versus a 4-year school and his recruiting advice for high school athletes. Follow Dr. Parker on X @NJCAA_Exec -AND- for more on NJCAA opportunities…
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Students and parents often wonder what it takes to be indpendent. What skills will they need in college besides academics? How can they start honing those skills now? Erin and Megan go through their top lists of skills and provide ... Read More » The post 510: How Do I Know if I am Ready for Independence? appeared first on The College Prep Podcast.…
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Tim Huber, Head Baseball Coach of Augustana University (Sioux Falls, SD) joins us to discuss the upcoming 2024 season, college recruiting advice and much more. Huber is a two-time National Coach of the Year and lead his Augustana Vikings to the 2018 NCAA Division II National Championship.저자 rosspd
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Erin goes on a deep dive about Dyslexia, ADD/ADHD, and the Executive Function while Megan shares questions that parents and students have asked. This episode is a basic primer on Learning Differences and a couple study hacks to help with ... Read More » The post 509: What are Learning Differences and Should We Get Tested? appeared first on The Coll…
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A parent writes in and feels overwhelmed with the amount of information coming in about colleges during the application process. How do Megan and Erin keep it all organized? Is there a “best way” to make sure deadlines are compiled ... Read More » The post 508: What’s on Our College Spreadsheets? appeared first on The College Prep Podcast.…
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Did you know that FAFSA Changed? Join Jean Burk and College Prep Genius. FAFSA stands for Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Here is the information you need now. FAFSA 2024 The rollout was late, and the problem with rolling out the new FAFSA is that it is three months late; schools have hard deadlines for applications, and this may mess up …
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Erin shares that she is beyond burnt-out and has been doing research on what that’s like and what to do about it. Whether you are a student, an educator, or a parent, we all suffer from burn-out. Erin gives some ... Read More » The post 507: Burn-Out is real–what can we do about it? appeared first on The College Prep Podcast.…
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A parent has a number of questions about financial aid–and Erin and Megan have answers! Everything from the timeline, to how to choose which school based on their offer, this episode is a great overview of the financial aid process. The post 506: All About Financial Aid 2023-24 appeared first on The College Prep Podcast.…
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Megan shares advice from a colleague who tells students, “If you get into all the schools on your college list, you may have avoided challenge.” Rejection is normal and natural but students have a hard time with it. How do ... Read More » The post 505: Normalizing Rejection appeared first on The College Prep Podcast.…
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This month's episode features the second half of the interview with Dr. Ben Parrot from the Ohio Department of Higher Education. If you'd like to contact Dr. Parrot, please e-mail him at: BParrot@highered.ohio.gov To view resources regarding credits, and opportunities across the state visit: https://transfercredit.ohio.gov/ To reach out to Matt wit…
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Sometimes, parents aren’t sure their child is ready to go off, live independently, and become a full-time four-year college or university student. If they aren’t quite ready to make that jump, what other options are there? Megan and Erin discuss ... Read More » The post 503: College Ideas for Students Who Don’t Seem Ready for Full University Experi…
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Erin uses games and gamification in her work all the time and she is going to share why games are so great for the brain. We’ll break down different types of games and how games can help with Executive Functioning. ... Read More » The post 502: More Than a Gift Idea: GAMES! appeared first on The College Prep Podcast.…
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How can you add value to your college application? It feels like everyone is starting a non-profit–it’s the new “it” item for college admissions–but is it? Megan shares her experience with creating an application that is more informative, useful, and ... Read More » The post 501: Quantify It: Strategy for College Admission appeared first on The Col…
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Gretchen Wegner comes back for EPISODE 500!! She challenges Megan and Erin to think about the people they need on their team and how we can help students understand that “asking for support” is an important part of their success. ... Read More » The post 500: Special Guest: How to Encourage Students to Ask for Help appeared first on The College Pre…
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A parent wants to know what to do when college representatives aren’t visiting their local schools. Should they go visit them? Should they call the Admissions office? How will schools know what the individual high schools are like? Megan answers ... Read More » The post 499: Listener E-Mail: Should We Reach Out to the College Admissions Office? app…
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Join Kent State Tech Prep Coordinator Matt Cola as he interviews Dr. Ben Parrot from the Ohio Department of Higher Education as they discuss types of credit available to CTE Students. This is the first in a two-part interview with Dr. Parrot, with part to expected in early December. If you'd like to contact Dr. Parrot, please e-mail him at: BParrot…
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Megan works with students who are determined to go on a Pre-Med or a Pre-Vet path and she has some ideas and advice! What things should you consider before starting on that path? What should you be looking for? Megan ... Read More » The post 498: Advice for High School Students Considering a Pre-Med/Pre-Vet Path appeared first on The College Prep P…
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AI is here! In fact, AI wrote this title! How do students use tech to cheat? What is the deal with AI–how does it work and how can we use it responsibily? What are students saying about tech? Erin shares ... Read More » The post 497: Artificial Intelligence and the Ethics of Cheating: Navigating the Digital Age appeared first on The College Prep Po…
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Changes are coming to the FAFSA! What is the FAFSA? We’ll tell you and we’ll go over all the new changes from requirements to deadlines. This is a quick overview of what to expect with the 2023 FAFSA. The post 496: This Year’s Unique FAFSA appeared first on The College Prep Podcast.저자 Megan Dorsey & Erin Wilson
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