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Monday, July 9, 2012

More on Our College Success Bootcamp August 13 - 14th

We have had a few questions about the curriculum of our College Success Bootcamp August 13 -14, and who should attend it. This highly interactive course is perfect for students with executive functioning challenges making the transition from high school into the independent and unstructured world of college. Participants will learn how to:
  • Create a personalized planning and motivational system;
  • Select a major that fits your interests and goals;
  • Take effective notes and prepare for exams;
  • Master test taking strategies and anxiety;
  • Research and write college-level papers;
  • Tap into online and mobile tools for student success;
  • Build positive relationships and networking skills;
  • Develop career interests and an action plan for maximizing early career success.
Upon completion of the course, students will be able to:
  • Identify the challenges and pressures faced by today’s college student and strategies to overcome them;
  • Assess your current expectations about college, personal strengths, and areas needing improvement;
  • Use planning and prioritizing tools to enhance your academic and early career success;
  • Use motivational techniques to persist in college when things get tough and achieve academic goals;
  • Communicate more effectively with faculty, staff, and peers;
  • Discover campus resources that can support your academic and co-curricular interests and goals;
  • Appreciate the importance of personal branding and maintaining a positive online image.
Tuition is $400 for the two sessions, payable in advance. Enrollment is limited. For additional information and to register, please call NESCA at 617-658-9800, or email nesca@nesca-newton.com.


This program is co-sponsored by Thinking Outside the Classroom and College Solutions.

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