My College Road Map
Be sure to keep an eye out for my new college prep planner, My College Road Map, published by Apologia in 2019! It will help your children successfully travel the route from high school to college, giving them the best opportunity to thrive in school, their career, and life.
While most college prep manuals are written to parents, My College Road Map is for the students. It imparts all your high schoolers need to know in a visually appealing, simplified planner. Think of this book as their:
• 411 on Going to College
• Year by Year High School Planner
• All in One Scrapbook and Record Keeper
• College Admissions Counselor
• Directory for Choosing a College
• Checklist for Applying to College
• Resume Builder
• Personal Career Guide
• Road Map to College and Beyond
Inside My College Road Map your students will find information and tips for selecting a destination, navigating detours and obstacles, and reading the signs along the way. It’s full of directions, checklists, and timetables to help wisely plan the route from high school to college and beyond. With this book—and God’s leading—your high schoolers can begin taking charge of their education and mapping out their future.
Not only does My College Road Map have a personality test that will help your students discover careers that are ideal for their unique personality, it gives guidance for creating a transcript, writing a resume, and keeping records for admissions and scholarship applications. It also gives tips and guidance for getting scholarships as well as how to minimize the expense of college, making it much more affordable or even free.
My College Road Map is exactly what your children need to take ownership of their journey from high school to college.
My husband, Jeff Fulbright, a practicing lawyer, wrote My College Road Map with me. And we are so excited to share all of our insider info with you!
Read on for my favorite College Prep posts!
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We missed you at this past 2018 TTD event in Nashville. I was looking forward to all the info we’d get in your “Crash course to college”. Can you please send me the info on financial aid/websites etc…. that you normally give out.
We are looking at specifically Christian colleges, and need more help putting together outside scholarships. Thank you for any help in this endeavor.