“Families too often waste time on colleges that are not a good match for their student. This leads to unhappiness, needless disappointment, and costly transfers.”
Tampa, FL (PRWEB) March 09, 2017
Club Z! Tutoring has been offering tutoring and test prep services to college-bound students for more than 20 years. From Algebra to ACT® and everything in between, Club Z! knows what it takes to help students succeed academically. And now Club Z! is pleased to offer a full suite of college consulting services at all of its 450+ locations, through its network of professional college admissions advisors. Club Z! will kick off a series of free webinars on March 22, 2017, designed to help college-bound students and their families navigate the often-confusing college application process.
The topic for Club Z!’s March webinar is “The Top 5 Mistakes When Choosing a College,” which will focus on how to avoid common pitfalls during the college selection process. From using the wrong criteria (following a friend, for example) to not applying to a school based on your anticipated financial aid package, the webinar will explore issues that may lead a student to choose a school that ultimately is not a good fit. Hosting the call is certified Educational Planner, and Club Z! college admissions advisor, Charlotte Klaar, PhD.
“Families too often waste time on colleges that are not a good match for their student. This leads to unhappiness, needless disappointment, and costly transfers,” offers Klaar. “My goal with this webinar is to shed some light on these potential issues, and offer strategies for finding the right school.”
Dr. Klaar, a 20 year veteran in the college admissions industry, holds a BA in liberal studies from the University of the State of New York, a teaching certificate from William Paterson University, a MS in interdisciplinary science studies from Johns Hopkins University, and a PhD in general psychology from Capella University. Among a long-list of professional accolades, Dr. Klaar was recently honored with the Steven R. Antonoff Award for Professional Achievement at the Independent Educational Consultants Association (IECA) Spring Conference in Boston, MA. The award was created to recognize an IECA professional who has distinguished him or herself by their outstanding contributions to the profession of independent college consulting. Dr. Klaar is also a mother of two college-educated daughters, and she is well-versed in the issues facing teens and their parents.
Please join Club Z! and Dr. Klaar on March 22, 2017 at 8 p.m. Eastern/5 p.m. Pacific for this important webinar. Attendance is absolutely free, but does require pre-registration as space is limited. To join us on March 22nd, click HERE to register.