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“Be Smart, Eat Smart” with Toby Miller, RD, MA, CDN

Tues., August 23
4:00-5:00 PM Gr. 6 through adult

How can you choose food wisely in the school cafeteria – both in high school and away at college? Avoid the dreaded “freshman 15” and eat healthy to maximize your ability to study.

Uniquely You: Personal Branding for the College-Bound with Stacey Cohen

Thurs., August 25
7:30-9:00 PM, Gr. 8-12

Although it may seem that brands “just happen,” actively crafting and communicating your brand message will yield success in college and beyond. Stacey Cohen is Founder, President and CEO of Co-Communications, a full-service marketing and PR agency. Since 1997, she has coached businesses across a range of industries and holds a B.S. from Syracuse University, an MBA from Fordham University and recently completed a certificate program in Media, Entertainment, & Technology at NYU Leonard Stern School of Business

“What Counts in the College Admissions Process??”

Tues., August 23
7:30-9:00 PM Gr. 9-12

Popular speaker Keith Berman of Options for College returns for his informative talk which covers the following topics: Finding the right match; how colleges admit students; what students have done in the past to get in and get the most out of college; and how to stay calm throughout the entire process. (In the theater)

What to Expect Freshman Year

Wednesday, June 29
7:00-9:00 For recent HS grads & parents.

Roger Martin, author of the new book Off to College: A Guide for Parents, will present an insider's view of what colleges are trying to accomplish during freshman year.



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