The last weeks of summer are a fantastic time to get ahead on all the fall will bring; between starting a new school year and—for seniors—working on college applications, there’s lots to be done. Planning ahead is key to completing everything successfully and entering the new year with confidence.
Below is a curated list of resources addressing a variety of topics that may be on your mind this July. Whether you are looking for answers to your burning questions about preparing for college admissions, understanding the recent Supreme Court ruling, completing your internship successfully, or anticipating the new school year, you’ve come to the right place.
Parent Resource: How to Prepare Your Student For the Competitive World of Summer Vacation Admissions
What should this strategic planning look like for parents and students? What are some meaningful activities that students should engage in throughout high school to set themselves up for success? And how can parents keep their students on track and support them in building their admissions profile?
End Your Summer Right: How to Leverage Your Summer Internship For Ivy League Applications
Ambitious high school students who pursue internship opportunities can leverage their experience to make valuable connections and distinguish themselves from other applicants in the admissions process, particularly by asking their internship supervisor to write and submit a third letter of recommendation on their behalf. However, doing so requires a proactive and strategic approach.
Our Top Tips for Every Year of High School
No matter what year of high school you are entering, Command Education has you covered with tips and advice to help you stand out this school year.
The 4-1-1: How Will The Supreme Court Rulings Change College Admissions?
Command Education Founder and CEO Christopher Rim provides six sources to help you understand how the Supreme Court’s rulings on affirmative action and student loan forgiveness could impact students this fall.
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