OnTrack Free Virtual Workshops for College and Career Readiness Programs
Posted by Uncommon Individual Foundation on March 24, 2020
As a supplement to the OnTrack online college and career readiness program, (ontrackpse.com), the Uncommon Individual Foundation offers online and in-person workshops for students and/or parents during or after-school hours. Workshops are offered as individual sessions, or multiple sessions in a series, tailored to the needs of the requesting organization or school. OnTrack’s Assistant Director of College Readiness has experience working with youth and facilitating workshops for ages 14-21 around high school success, college planning, the transition to college, and college affordability.
Available workshop topics include but are not limited to:
- Navigating High School
- Essay Writing
- Transitioning from High School to College
- What is Financial Aid?
- The College Application Process
- What to Expect in College
- Understanding the FAFSA
OnTrack to Post-Secondary Education is an online college and career readiness program designed to help students, parents, counselors, educators, and after-school program staff successfully navigate the post-secondary education attainment process.
If you are interested in scheduling a workshop, please submit your request using the following link: https://fs2.formsite.com/vw3YEi/OnTrackwrf/index.html
OnTrack workshops are a gifted service of the Uncommon Individual Foundation (uif.org) offered a no cost to your school or community-based organization.
To learn more about these workshop services contact: Shakia Kirksey, Assistant Director of College Readiness, The Uncommon Individual Foundation at 610-520-0180 Ext: 244 or email@example.com.
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