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Admissions1 Past Events

College Experience Workshop – Admissions Edition

Tuesday, October 4th, 2011 6:30-8:30pm (doors open at 6:00pm)
Century House, Albany, NY 12205-1168

Join Admissions 1 and CapCom FCU to discuss the college admissions process with a focus on completing college applications,  researching scholarship opportunities, writing the personal statement plus information on financial aid, student financial planning and budgeting, and CapCom FCU bank products that can assist college-bound students and parents.

 

College Experience Workshop

For high school seniors. Learn what to expect in the first year of college, along with college funding options and Credit Union accounts.
Tuesday, March 29
6:30 – 8:30 p.m. (Doors open at 5:45 p.m.)
Century House, Route 9 in Latham

College Prep Workshop

Join Admissions 1 Educational Consultants and CapCom Federal Credit Union for this critical workshop.  College is an expensive investment.  It makes sense to spend some time, effort and money beforehand to insure you are making the right choice.  We will explore options in higher education, developing professional goals,  and identifying academic pathways to achieve them.  The workshop is for high school juniors and seniors and their parents.  It will guide families on developing a higher education affordability strategy, choosing the right school, applying to colleges, and completing the interview process.
Tuesday, March 1, 2011
6:30-8:30 p.m. (Doors open at 5:45 p.m.)
Century House, Route 9 in Latham
RSVP with  CapCom at http://bit.ly/gJy3Be

College Experience Workshop – Admissions Edition

Tuesday, October 5th, 6:30-8:30pm
Century House, Albany, NY 12205-1168

Join Admissions 1 and CapCom FCU to discuss the college admissions process with a focus on completing college applications,  researching scholarship opportunities, writing the personal statement plus information on financial aid, student financial planning and budgeting, and CapCom FCU bank products that can assist college-bound students and parents.

Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth – Pathways to College
May 8, 2010
Williams College
The college essay is an opportunity to grab the attention of college admissions folks.  Often, students miss the mark with this important piece of the college admissions process.   admissions1 consultants will discuss writing an engaging college essay that makes an application come to life.  Participants will also engage in activities and games to kick-start the writing process.

College Board Fall Counselor Workshop

November 4, 2009
SUNY Albany

New York Capital Region Guidance Expo 2009
November 2, 2009  8:30-11:00
Empire State Plaza
Admissions 1 Educational Consultants will be available to answer your questions.  Please see the Guidance Expo web site for more information on this event.

ACT Counselor Workshop
October 21, 2009
RPI

College Experience Workshop at Capital Communications Federal Credit Union.
October 6, 2009  5:30-8:30
Capital Communications FCU–Albany Branch
18 Computer Drive East, Albany, NY (off Wolf Rd)
Join admissions1 and the credit union for advice on the college application process, financial aid, and great banking programs for young adults. Dinner will be served and do not miss the fabulous door prizes!

May 9, 2009
Admissions 1 Educational Consultants led two consecutive workshops on college essay writing for students participating in the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth Program: Pathways to College.  The workshop was hosted by Williams College.

March 11, 2009
Sage College Albany, NY, admissions1 educational consultants attended a professional development forum sponsored byNew York State Association for College Admission Counseling or NYSACAC titled The Economy and College Admissions:  This Year’s Financial Picture for Students and Families.  We look forward to sharing with our readers what we learn at this timely seminar.

March 10, 2009, Capital Communications Federal Credit Union, Main Office Branch, 18 Computer Drive East, Albany, NY.  admissions 1 educational consultants joins Capital Communications FCU to kick-off their College Bound Program.  The workshop designed for current high school juniors and sophomores (and is the first in a year-long series of events) will discuss an overview of the college admissions process and give attendees information on how to best prepare for exploring their options.  admissions1 is partnering with Capital Communications to provide college guidance to members at a discounted rate.

December 7 and 28, 1-3pm, Mohawk Golf Club, Union Street, Niskayuna, NY.
Planning to write your personal statement for your college applications over winter break? Invest a few hours with the admissions1 experts.  We will help you understand the importance of writing a personal statement that engages your reader and makes your paper application come alive.  Our interactive and informal workshop is a great way to jump-start your essay writing efforts.  The two-hour session is painless, we promise!

October 22, 2008 7-9pm, Halliday Financial Group
Planning for your child’s College Education-Understanding college options and costs
A college education is not only a large financial investment but also a huge personal and professional investment. Making good decisions about where to apply to college go hand in hand with making smart decision about saving and paying for college. Allison J. Schultz and Mimi Hajjar of admissions1 educational consultants and Howard Kibrick of Halliday Financial Group discussed how these issues impact you and your family.

October 7, 2008, 5:30-8:30
College Experience Workshop – Admissions Edition
Capital Communications Federal Credit Union, 18 Computer Drive East, Albany, NY 12205-1168
CCFCU sponsors a series of workshops for college-bound students. admissions1 educational consultants presented on scholarship opportunities and writing the personal statement.  The workshop included presentations on the admissions process, financial aid, student financial planning and budgeting, and CCFCU bank products that can assist college-bound students.