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College Admissions Webinar Series

How Parents Can Be Involved In the College Admissions Process

Presented by Mandee Heller Adler on June 21st, 2011

Do you ever wonder if you’ve been helping your child apply for college in the right ways? Maybe you’ve just gotten started in this process or already are a veteran with children in college. Either way, it’s often tough to know how to best help your child in the admissions process. In this webinar Mandee Heller Adler, a veteran college admissions consultant, covers what parents should and should not do in helping their children apply to colleges.

Mandee covers topics such as:

  • How early is too early to start thinking about college admissions?
  • How can a parent best help his or her child through the admissions process?
  • What actions/activities should a parent avoid?
  • Financial aid, what should a parent look and plan for?

Mandee founded International College Counselors, LLC and is a member of the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) and a professional member of the Independent Educational Consultants Association (IECA). She graduated with honors and two degrees from the University of Pennsylvania (one from the Wharton School and one from the College of Arts and Sciences) and has an MBA from Harvard Business School where she was selected as a Class Day Speaker.

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