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Your College Major Does Not Equal a Set Career, and That’s a Good Thing!
January 21, 2021

We’ve heard from tons of students that choosing a major is one of the most stressful and difficult decisions of their college career. It is a big decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly, but we are here to help take some of the stress off of the importance of your choice. Life is stressful enough,…

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Touring Colleges
December 31, 2020

How to Tour a College Online – Pandemic Version One ritual that many families undertake each year is the trek to visit college campuses so that students can see for themselves what they like and don’t like, and can start to really imagine themselves as a college student on a particular campus.  The Great Pandemic…

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Therapeutic Options for Young Adults
December 22, 2020

Therapeutic Options for Young Adults: when things don’t go as planned By Rebecca Grappo, M.Ed., Certified Educational Planner and founder of RNG International Educational Consultants, LLC When most students think about college, they envision a future filled with the excitement of a newfound independence, fun peers, interesting classes that will prepare them for their futures,…

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When Your Child Isn’t Making Friends
November 11, 2020

When Your Child Isn’t Making Friends in Boarding School There is a special heartache for the parent of the lonely child. More than academic, athletic, artistic or any other success, parents seem to first want children to feel loved and accepted… to make friends and be invited places, to have a tribe. So, what to…

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5 Questions to Ask a Therapeutic School
August 25, 2020

5 Questions to Ask a (Prospective) Therapeutic Program or School by Michelle Grappo, M.A., Ed.M., NCSP Is your child (or teen or young adult) struggling? If you are beginning the process of exploring a program or school with clinical therapy, it’s important to do your homework. The best way? Interview personnel at programs — personally….

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What to Expect This Fall for American Colleges and Universities
July 2, 2020

Four Scenarios That Colleges are Considering While the full scope of the COVID-19 pandemic is yet to be known, one thing is for certain: The Fall 2020 semester at American colleges and universities, and possibly foreign education institutions, will look drastically different than every semester that has come before. Plans are fluid as coronavirus numbers…

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