College Greenlight


Welcome to the end of the school year. You deserve a great summer, and in fact, Dr. Joseph will enjoy her first summer off from teaching in almost 10 years. Yet we all have so much more to do to help our students get ready for college. Let us know if you need help with brainstorming summer bootcamps or other college readiness ideas or plans.

June 2016 College Readiness Tips for College Access Advocates


March is a busy time for high school juniors and their families. Here are our tips to guide juniors into powerful springtime college readiness. This blog is also a powerpoint you are welcome to share with your friends. http://www.slideshare.net/getmetocollege/2015-spring-college-readiness

March Into College Readiness


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Senior year of high school should be a time for mastery, exploration, and rigor. Colleges want academically inquisitive, passionate, and talented students. Here are some tips to guide seniors through their course selection for senior year.

Spring Into A Strong Senior Year Schedule



Happy November. We still have so much to do to help our seniors with their college application process. Here are 10 tips to hep you manage this month without losing too much sleep.

2014 November College Readiness Tips For Teachers and Counselors


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Dozens of colleges offer free visits to their campuses this fall for diverse seniors. Here is the current list, which we update weekly. If you know any additions or changes, please let let us. In the meantime, let's help the class of 2015 visit awesome colleges this fall.

2014 Diversity College Weekends: Free Fall Visits for Rising Seniors


Welcome to the end of the school year. You deserve a great summer, yet we need to do so much to help our students get ready for college. Here are some tips--many of them are brand-new, including a new scholarship from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation and College Greenlight. Let us know if you need help brainstorming summer bootcamps or other college readiness ideas or plans.

June 2013 College Readiness Tips For College Access Advocates