PPL College Planning Series

Date of Publication: 

January, 2014

January 14th, 5:30-6:30

"Did you Ever Have to Make Up Your Mind" - a discussion for high school students and their parents about researching their options for after high school. Aspects of the College Search and Selection Process will be discussed, with examples presented of books and internet resources.

January 28th, 5:30-6:30

"Getting In" - an approach to the College Application Process. Timing, Testing and Effective Strategies designed to help you get accepted to the College or University of your choice. This talk is for any high school student and parents of high school students.

February 11, 5:30-6:30

"Paying the Bill" - Everything you wanted to know (but were afraid to ask!) about College Financial Aid, Paying and Borrowing for college, and finding the elusive scholarship. This talk is for parents of current high school students. Students are welcome as well.



About the Presenter: Gary Canter is a certified guidance counselor and owner of College Placement Services, a Portland Business he has run since 1996. Gary has helped thousands of high school students and their families plan for after high school, and will provide valuable and sensible explanations about the college search, selection, application and financial aid process.

Questions can be directed to Gary at (207) 772-9711 or gcanter1@maine.rr.com

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