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Aaron – Talking about the value of Education Gina – Discussing the importance of Career Planning Jay – The importance of planning Evaluations. College Planning: Investing in Your Student’s Education. Aaron Greene Gina Jacob. The Outcomes of Great College Planning .

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Aaron – Talking about the value of Education

  • Gina – Discussing the importance of Career Planning
  • Jay – The importance of planning
  • Evaluations
the outcomes of great college planning
The Outcomes of Great College Planning
  • Your student feels confident about their school choice
  • You are not overpaying tuition
  • Your student has defined career goals
  • You have properly controlled student-loan debt
  • Your student will graduate with the preparation required to get a job
the burdens of poor college planning
The Burdens of Poor College Planning
  • 30% of incoming freshman never graduate
  • 50% graduate from another school
  • Nat’l Avg: 6.2 yrs to obtain bachelor’s degree
  • National College Loan Debt: $1 trillion
  • Inability to gain independence
career readiness
Career Readiness
  • Helping students identify where they want to begin their career journey
  • Integrating strengths, interests, passion
  • Exploring career options & realities
  • Understanding the workforce development strengths of a career field and/or metropolitan region
  • “Beginning with the end in mind”
  • Preventing a student from applying to a schoolwithout a declared major or program
academic preparation
Academic Preparation
  • Finding the BEST school for WHAT YOU WANT TO STUDY
  • All starts with the student studying career interests, then majors
  • Linking these elements to a school that offers a program of study that matches your goals

Financial Resources

  • Student’s need to understand the basics of personal finance
  • Formula for taking on debt:DO NOT take on more than
funding sources
Funding sources…

EFC & Performance Driven

Financial Plan

Driven

Family

Driven

protect your money
Protect Your Money
  • Critical to have a game plan to:
        • Protect your income & assets
        • Understand your tax options
  • Consult a Certified Financial Planner!
planning timeline
Planning Timeline
  • Begin campus visits
  • Shadow a career path
  • Request Letters of Recommendation (LOR’s)
  • Build your Resume
  • Start College Applications
  • College Essay Prep
  • Campus Visits
  • Guidance Counselor
  • PSAT/PLAN
  • Build school list
  • College research
  • Take SAT & ACT
  • Take SAT / ACT Rd 2
  • Finalize Essays
  • Finalize College Apps
  • Submit College List to Guidance Counselor
  • for transcripts
  • Scholarship applications
  • Acceptance letters begin!
  • Award/Financial Letters follow
  • Jan 1: FAFSA
  • Review Award Letters
  • Sign up for campus housing
  • May 1: Choose your school!

Off to College!

managing the college planning process
Managing The College Planning Process
  • Gaining knowledge and skills (Parent & Student)
  • Placing the Student in the driver’s seat
  • Defining the Parent’s role
  • Agreeing on a way to organize information, and track progress
  • Understanding the capabilities and availability of the student’s guidance counselor…and their resources