It's doubly exciting that NACAC has welcomed an independent college consultant to the conference planning team.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) October 02, 2012
Boulder-based college consultant Cara Ray likes to show people a good time. And this week, her job is to ensure that 6,000 college counselors and university admissions representatives whoop it up in the Mile High City.
As co-chair of hospitality committee for this week's annual convention of the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) holds its annual national convention in Denver, Colorado Ms. Ray is playing a key role in ensuring that the nearly 6,000 college admissions professionals have a great time during their visit.
NACAC is the primary professional association of 12,000 college counselors and admissions representatives, all of whom are dedicated to serving students as they pursue postsecondary education options. During this gathering, participants will share information on the latest trends in campus recruiting, changes to the college application process, tips on helping students with special needs or particular interests. Other sessions will focus on the growing interest by international students in an American university education
Following the conference, there also will be a college fair for local high school students to meet with visiting representatives at the Colorado Convention Center.
Cara Ray, a senior associate with Montgomery Educational Consulting, has been a leader both in the national organization in the regional affiliate, the Rocky Mountain Association for College Admissions Counseling (RMACAC).
“I’m thrilled that Cara has taken on such a high profile role within NACAC,” says Mark Montgomery, president of the Montgomery Educational Consulting. “It’s doubly exciting that NACAC has welcomed an independent college consultant into the conference planning team.”
Cara Ray also serves as the Admissions Practices Chair for the Rocky Mountain Region on the Rocky Mountain Association for College Admission Counseling (RMACAC) executive board. During the upcoming conference she will meet with other Admissions Practices chairs flying in from across the country about issues their regions are facing.
To learn more about this year’s NACAC conference, visit the conference website at http://www.nacacnet.org/events/2012/Pages/default.aspx. To learn more about Cara Ray and Montgomery Educational Consulting please visit GreatCollegeAdvice.com.