VIRTUAL COLLEGE ROADTRIP
Spring 2020 marked our very first virtual college road trip. The positive response and active participation exceeded expectations. Join us on this journey offering student-led virtual campus tours, information sessions with college admissions staff and onsite Hillel professionals with real insights on Jewish campus life, webinars, workshops and more. We look forward to seeing you on the road.
Life After High School: Conversation Starters for Families
Sometimes, for families with teens, conversations around life after high school can feel stressful. We developed this deck of cards in partnership with student and adult leaders at Challenge Success (www.challengesuccess.org), to help families make slight but intentional shifts in how they discuss life after high school. This deck is an opportunity for honesty and recalibration between parents and teens…literally, a chance for each to “show their hand,” and “lay all the cards on the table.” This is also an excellent (and free) resource for grandparents or other family members, educators, youth leaders, clergy, teachers or college guidance counselors. Inspired by Jewish wisdom, we hope that these conversation starters will offer healthy and productive ways of discussing the college admissions process and other post-secondary choices.
How It Works
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Explore Colleges &
Explore colleges that might be a great fit for you at each stop on the road trip! Watch formal information sessions led by college admissions staff, Hillel professionals and student leaders.
Check out tours led by our student bus drivers. Actual students will show you their campuses and college towns – what they love, what makes the place special, and what Jewish life is like there.
Optimize Your College Search
Watch our interactive webinars and workshops with real leaders from the field to explore topics related to the college search and how to make the most of wherever you’re heading after high school.