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US College Experts offers several interactive educational workshops that will help your students develop an understanding of the importance of
goal planning, possible college options, career interests, and the financing of a college education.

The College Admissions 101 and Financial Aid 101 workshops are complimentary but require a minimum registration of 15 participants for the organizations located in the Washington, DC and Baltimore Metropolitan areas.

Outside the Washington, DC and Baltimore Metropolitan Area: To cover travel cost, organizations outside of these areas will be billed to cover accommodations and transportation. The minimum participation requirement will be waived.

College Planning Series and Scholarship Party Workshops Please contact USCE for the pricing of our College Planning Series and Scholarship Party Workshops. These workshops include all materials and handouts. A minimum registration of 10 students is required.

1 Hour

Complimentary Workshop

College Admissions 101

This workshop will provide families with an overview of
the college admissions process so that families can
identify colleges that will be academically engaging,
financially realistic and a launching pad for a student’s
professional career.

1 Hour

Complimentary Workshop

Financial Aid 101

An overview of everything a family needs to know about
financial aid, scholarships, and student loans.

1.5 Hour

Contact USCE for Pricing

High School Success

Ideally for students in grades 7th – 9th. This workshop
provides an overview of how students can make the
most of their high school experience.

1.5 Hour

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College Planning – Part I

Ideally for students in grades 10th – 11th. This workshop
provides an overview of the admission cycle, tools for
building a for realistic college lists, how college
admission reps review transcripts, tips for showcasing
talents and accomplishment, standardized testing
recommendations, and college affordability.

1.5 Hour

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College Planning – Part II

Ideally for students in grades 11th -12th. Advanced
topics include: making the most of a college visit; job
and admissions interviews, resume development,
developing a college admissions calendar, early action
vs. early decisions vs. regular decision; strategies for
the financial aid process.

2.5 Hour

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Scholarship Search Party

Students will receive strategies and tools to find and
apply for more scholarships for college in less time.

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1738 Elton Road, Suite 130, Silver Spring, MD 20903, USA.

(301) 744-0456

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