QUEST STOPS

Through presentations and seminars, I regularly share insights and tips from my 20 years’ experience in college planning and admissions counseling. Upcoming events are listed below.

If your company, community group, library or school would like to schedule an event, please call 412-521-GRAD (4723) or visit our Corporate Services page for more information.

The Truth about College Admissions and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Year

Covid-19 and the subsequent disruptions have affected all facets of life, including college admissions. Even under the best of circumstances, choosing a college is a difficult process. It is more challenging than ever for students and parents in these unprecedented times.  

This webinar will address how Covid-19 has shifted the landscape with the latest information on the college admission process and what students should know, including: 

  • The impact of Covid-19 on college admission and testing.

  • Making the most of virtual information sessions and campus visits.

  • Strategies for making your application stand out.

All interested High School students and parents are welcome to join me for this informational webinar and Q&A session.

 

 

My CollegeQuest with Eva, Class of 2022

Three Sessions to choose from:

Session I:  May 24th - 28th, 6 pm -9 pm

Session II:  June 28 - July 2, 1 pm- 4 pm

Session III:  August 16-20, 1 pm -4 pm

*Limited space available so register early

My CollegeQuest with Eva is a week-long program where participants will receive expert personal guidance in completing their college applications. Students will develop an application strategy and timeline, begin brainstorming and developing their college essay, and construct a meaningful activities resume. Students will have the opportunity to have their college applications and essays professionally reviewed and critiqued.

More information forthcoming!

Please email eva@mycollegequest.com if interested.

OTHER COLLEGE PLANNING
EVENTS AND DEADLINES

Below are some events and dates that can help students and their families to better plan and prepare for college. College Quests does a lot of events each year, check out our archive.

Once you begin making a list of desirable schools, you should also ask about special events, visiting periods, presentations and deadlines involving those schools. If you’re looking for more general information, I’ve provided an extensive list of recommended links and downloads on my Planning Resources page.

Questimonials

"My 'inside experience' with college admissions is important. But there's a personal element that's equally important. I understand that this is one of the biggest choices students and their families will ever make."
— Eva Gelman, College Quest