Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) September 01, 2014
On Tuesday, September 9, 2014, 5 p.m.- 6 p.m., Pacific Standard Time, Chelsea Watkins, founder and chief executive officer of College Application Training LLC,* will provide a free Webinar to students and parents on how to prepare a college application that will lead to a better financial offer.
The Webinar will feature proven success strategies from college admissions expert Watkins, a certified advisor for the National Association of College Funding Advisors (NACFA) and the College Planning Network (CPN), the largest and most reputable college admissions and financial aid servicing center. To register for the Webinar, visit http://www.MaxMoneyForCollege.com.
“We are very excited about reaching as many students and parents as possible through our free online event, Get Max Money for College,” says Watkins, who graduated magna cum laude from the University of Southern California. “The reality is that the best college applicants get the best financial packages from colleges and universities, regardless of actual family need. So the easiest way to pay for college these days is to become the best college applicant possible. I will show students how to create an outstanding college application and show parents how to best position themselves for maximum financial savings.”
In conjunction with the Webinar, Watkins will launch a new online course for the College Application Mastery Program (CAMP), which teaches students how to create a standout college application with minimal stress and maximum efficiency. CAMP offers a cost-sensitive, yet comprehensive step-by-step guide on creating a college application that will optimize a student’s ability to get into the college of his or her choice. CAMP also enables students and parents to understand how an outstanding college application increases opportunities for financial aid, scholarships, and grants, which in turn, lowers out-of-pocket costs of college.
“The world of college admissions is so complicated for students and their families. It is stressful and increasingly expensive, given all the tutors, test-prep companies, and psychologists competing for their time and money,” says Watkins. “My approach is simple and direct: I use my experience to teach them skills and knowledge, at a low-cost, to add real value to their college application.”