College coaching allows students and their families to approach the college process with an informed perspective on the array of postsecondary options available for their children. The coaching process aims to prepare each child for the numerous elements of the college application process while considering account the goals of the parents and the child. The college coach has a wealth of knowledge about the colleges and universities that offer support for students with diagnosed disabilities. College coaching may begin as early as 9th grade, but families can start the process at any point during the student's high school career.
One-on-one coaching to students and families to guide them through the college process, including help with the following:
Which activities pique the student's interests and passions
Which options are available and the most appealing to the student
Who to ask, how to ask, and when to ask
Help to explore interests and options and secure internship positions.
What is the most productive way to spend the summer months?
Which programs, if needed, will help the student prepare for college.
Writing resumes, cover letters, and personal statements.
Preparation for college and job interviews.
Completing college applications, supplements, and essays.
Where to go, what to see, and which questions to ask.
Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and Strong Interest Inventory.