Finding the right college is about finding the right environment for you to gain access to opportunities and to develop as a person...I want to help you find a college where you will be able to grow and thrive.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) April 21, 2012
For most students, choosing a college is the first of many major life decisions. Sadly, many students and parents have difficulty evaluating colleges and universities in order to find the school that best suits their individual needs. C2 Education, the nation’s fastest growing network of educational support centers, specializes in helping students throughout the college admissions process – from choosing where to apply to crafting winning applications.
On Saturday, April 28, C2 Education will host a College Admissions Seminar at the Westin Chicago North Shore Hotel. During the seminar, speaker Jim Narangajavana will help students and parents learn how to begin the college admissions process, including how to find the colleges and universities that best fit each student’s needs and wants.
Mr. Narangajavana is a co-founder of C2 Education. During his undergraduate years at Harvard University, he volunteered his weekends to help underprivileged students raise their SAT scores and gain admission to college. After graduating from Harvard, Mr. Narangajavana continued to pursue his passion for teaching and developed the educational systems unique to C2. Currently, he is involved in ensuring the high quality of teaching, the training of new teachers, and the development of new curriculum and products.
“Finding the right college is about finding the right environment for you to gain access to opportunities and to develop as a person,” says Mr. Narangajavana. “For every student, there are several right-match colleges. However, every year, thousands of students apply to colleges without a clear idea of what they want. I want to help you find a college where you will be able to grow and thrive.”
The seminar will be held from 2 PM to 5 PM on April 21 at the Northview High School, located at 10623 Parsons Road in Johns Creek, Georgia. Students and parents are welcome to attend this free seminar, but space is limited so please RSVP at (770) 495 – 7756.