Tips for College Success
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Check out our interview of Michael Andrews, a third year student at The University of Virginia. He provides excellent insight on both how...
- Nov 3, 2021
What Time Is It?
What Time Is It? A few tips and tricks to help you be more intentional with your time Written By: Kelli Claiborne WCC Contributor Time is...
- Oct 1, 2021
What To Do When The Essay Is Optional...
Written By: Felicia Minor-Mewborn WCC Co-Owner and Consultant Always opt to write the college essay. The end. I wish explaining to high...
- Aug 11, 2021
Common Black College Application
Written By: Kristin Clark WCC Co-Owner If you are interested in applying to Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs), the...
- Feb 28, 2021
Hard Skills vs. Soft Skills
By: Mikaila Clinkscales Marketing & Media Manager, The Wise College Counsel Ever wondered what kind of skills to add to your resume?...
- Feb 7, 2021
Motivating the Unmotivated Student
Written By: Felicia Minor-Mewborn WCC Co-Owner In my experience as a school counselor there are usually always students who have a plan...
- Jan 7, 2021
Trade Schools: Is This an Option For You?
Written By: Teresa Chambers Wise College Counsel Consultant As the cost of two year and four year colleges and universities continue to...
- Oct 2, 2020
#FoundMyFitFriday An exclusive WCC campaign we derived from our motto #WhereYouFindYourFit to highlight various career opportunities & more!
- Sep 9, 2020
Developing A Strong Relationship With Your School Counselor
Written By: Kristin Clark Co-Owner, The Wise College Counsel, LLC. As a high school student, getting to know, and working closely with...
- Aug 26, 2020
Counselor to Counselor: Sharing Resources Through a Virtual Office
Written By: Kristin Clark Co-Owner of The Wise College Counsel Counselor to Counselor: Using a Bitmoji Classroom Counselors all over the...
- Jul 7, 2020
Applying to College During the COVID-19 Crisis
Check out this article from The Washington Post regarding applying to college during the Coronavirus crisis.
- Jul 1, 2020
Changes to the College Admissions Review Process
Good Morning America reported a story explaining interesting and important changes to the college admissions review process. Seeing that...
- Jun 21, 2020
The Middle to High School Transition: Building a Solid Foundation
Written By: Kristin Clark School Counselor Wise College Counsel Co-Owner The transition from middle to high school can be challenging....
- Jun 10, 2020
Written By: Madelyn Saunders School Counselor Myerstown, Pennsylvania Being career ready does not only include the specific skills you...
- Jun 1, 2020
The Myth of Multitasking
Written By: Makeda Wright College Graduate Christopher Newport University How many of us think we have mastered the art of multitasking?...
- May 31, 2020
Following Scholarship Guidelines
Written By: Shelva Clark Educator and Scholarship Committee Member Virginia I am on a committee that awards scholarships annually to...
- May 31, 2020
Teaching Students Life Lessons
Written By: Jessica Ferguson Teacher Richmond City Public Schools I’m an 11th grade English teacher in an inner city school where the...
- May 31, 2020
Parent to Parent: Organization Tips for Secondary Planning
Written By: Vicki Clinkscales Parent Virginia As a parent of three, I know first-hand how important it is to prepare early for the next...
- Apr 28, 2020
How to Survive and Succeed at Bedside University
Struggling to finish school during this pandemic? Here are some quick tips to keep you on track for greatness.
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