College & Postsecondary Education

Apply to SCSU for FREE Out of State.pdf

We are writing to invite your school to the 6th annual BOLD conference hosted by Harvard Undergraduate Women in Business. The conference will run from Saturday, November 12th to Sunday, November 13th, 2022.

BOLD, which stands for Business Oriented Leadership Development, is a business conference for high school female-identifying students presented by Harvard Undergraduate Women in Business. Since 2017, our conferences have been a profound experience for both our organization and the high school girls who have attended.

We are so happy to announce that after two years of hosting a virtual conference, this year we will have an in-person ticket option as well as a virtual option to tune into our incredible speakers! The in-person conference will be located on Harvard University campus at the Science and Engineering Complex (SEC) at 150 Western Avenue, Boston.

BOLD is part of Harvard Undergraduate Women in Business (HUWIB), which is the largest undergraduate business organization on Harvard’s campus, reaching over 750 members. Our mission as an organization is to empower diverse young women and future leaders by uniting them through business education and a unique experience.

This year's conference will be a full weekend of empowering events seeking to introduce high school women to the business world and guide them in developing essential skills for charting their path forward into the field. Attendees will experience a diverse range of presentations and workshops that will allow them to develop business, organizational and communication skills that will be useful for future endeavors. Other programming events include virtual campus tours, workshops and various industry panels.

Registration is now open and can be found at this link!

For more information about the BOLD conference, please visit our website For additional information regarding Harvard Undergraduate Women in Business, please visit Feel free to reach out with any questions or concerns. We look forward to hearing from you and hope you join us for this exciting event!

All the best,

The BOLD 2022 Conference Team

BAE Systems Announces...

BAE Systems is excited to be hosting another session of virtual STEM Talks for students who are interested in learning more about careers in STEM from our BAE Systems employees.

Our fall session kicks off on October 13 and runs through November 17, sessions take place on Thursday evenings from 4:30 – 6:00 p.m.

We have a great schedule of topics for the fall session including, “introduction to manufacturing”, “a day in the life of a mechanical engineer” and “STEM career paths” among others. STEM Talks are hosted by BAE Systems employees, and students will have an opportunity to learn, engage and ask questions!

Students, parents and school administrators can learn more about the program by visiting our website:

There is an application process for students who are interested in attending the 6-week program with a deadline of October 6.

Questions may be directed to or to Laurel Skiff, Engineering Pre and Early Career Program Manager.

Thank you,

BAE Systems STEM Talks Team

Electronic Systems

BAE Systems, Inc.

M: 603-305-4820 | E:

Great Brook Academy


Last chance to register for our

EMT courses, RN to EMT, EMR to EMT, OEC to EMT, and EMR.

Classes start the first week of OCTOBER 202

Visit us at to view our courses


Attention Seniors Planning to Go to College

The 2022 NEACAC College Fair is Thursday, September29th

from 9:00-11:00 am at SNHU's Athletic Complex in the

Stan Spirou Fieldhouse.

Manchester Community College (MCC) Announces...

High School Students Can Enroll in HVAC101M Classes for Free at MCC!

Fall registration is now open for high school students to sign up for Manchester Community College’s HVAC101M course, offered on Saturdays beginning on September 3, 2022. The class is FREE due to the Early College Governor’s STEM scholarship!

Taking HVAC101M in the fall prepares students to continue with HVAC classes (also FREE) in the Spring! This is a great opportunity for any high school student looking to explore HVAC as a possible career choice. HVAC 101 is a three-credit college course that could propel an HVAC career or at least be used as an open elective toward any college degree.

Two 8-week sessions of HVAC101M will be offered this fall, either beginning on September 3rd or on October 29th.

Edward Curran

Professor & HVAC Program Chair

Great Brook Academy

Great Brook Academy is currently enrolling for Fall 2022 Term!

We offer EMT courses, RN to EMT, EMR to EMT, OEC to EMT, and EMR.

Enrollment is open nationally, and fall term starts soon!

Visit us at to view our courses


Straight A Test Prep Flyer (Summer) (3).pdf

Looking for an Alternative Way to Pursue a Career in Healthcare?

National College Decision Day has passed and for students who didn't make a commitment, higher education may seem out of reach. Whether it's because of how long traditional college might take, how far it might move them from home or how expensive it can be, Edumed recognizes that immediately pursuing a bachelor's degree isn't for every high school graduate. To help these students, we have created a set of guides that explores how different accelerated healthcare programs can get them into a career faster - and oftentimes cheaper - than a 4-year degree.

I've put some links below so you can see how your students can better understand these fast-track medical education programs. These could be a great fit for students who aren't looking to get a bachelor's degree but are still looking for a great career in healthcare.

Online Guide to Accelerated ADN Programs -

Online Guide to Accelerated Medical Billing & Coding Programs -

Online Guide to Accelerated LPN & LVN Programs -

NHHEAF's CCP Summer Update

First, we are thrilled to announce the return of in-person appointments at our Concord office, beginning in June. Booking for these appointments will be available next week.

Second, we are launching our new and improved summer programming! All programs are FREE and open to any student in the appropriate age range. Flyers attached for your convenience- please share with your students!

NHHEAF’s CCP Summer Programs

· College Essay Prep for rising seniors only

o This program (formerly College Essay Boot Camp) is back and better than ever!

o Interactive workshop that provides rising seniors a strong foundation to write their best college essay

o Virtual and in-person sessions available

o Learn more + register HERE (see Essay Prep)

· College Prep Webinars best for rising seniors

o Applying to College 101

o Different College Pathways – 2-year vs. 4-year College

o College Essay Do’s and Don’ts

o Common App – 10 Things to Know

o Financial Aid

o Learn more + register HERE (see Webinar Series)

· *NEW PROGRAM* I Am College Bound: I Rise for graduating seniors + their parents/guardians

· New Hampshire's I Am College Bound: I RISE program assists rising college freshman with the transition from high school to college life

· Virtual student + parent/guardian Transition to College 101 webinars available, as well as additional resources

· Learn more + register HERE

In addition to these planned events, please remember that our staff are on hand throughout the year for appointments, phone calls, emails, etc., should you or your students want any support in their college & career planning journeys. Our publications are also always available for reference through our website.

For any additional questions, including how to schedule programming for next year, please reach out to your CCP representative. Thank you and happy summer! For your convenience, see the attachments below:

Essay Prep Flyer.pdf

Webinar Series Flyer.pdf

I Rise Flyer.pdf

NHHEAF Network’s Center for College Planning Announces College Financing Tool!

The NHHEAF Network’s Center for College Planning is happy to announce that we will be doing a statewide demonstration of our College Financing Tool! This free tool, designed to plan for the long-term costs of college, will help students and parents have a better understanding of their return on investment in their education. For families of younger students looking ahead, they will learn how saving even a little now can have significant future benefits. For students entering college this fall, they will learn to compare real figures from offer letters to make a great college decision.

For those of you that I haven’t had the pleasure of working with before, my name is Cameron Owen, a Senior Education and Career Counselor with the Center for College Planning. I will be delivering this webinar on Tuesday, May 24th at 6:30pm. Registration is required to attend. If you, members of your team, or students and their families are interested in this topic, we welcome any and all of you to join us next Tuesday evening.

Registration for this webinar can be found here.

I hope you can join us!

I Rise Flyer.pdf

I Am College Bound!

As students head into the summer months, we want to add an extra layer of support! We are introducing I Am College Bound: I RISE. This program will assists rising college freshman with the transition from high school to college life. Our Education and Career Counselors will take you on a resourceful college tour to learn more about each department on campus, what additional resources you might not have considered, and how and when to get in contact when it is needed. In support of I RISE, colleges and universities have provided insightful remarks in what they think is important for families when making this transition.

This will be a three part series, two programs for students and one for parents. We are asking if you could share out this information to your students and their families.

We have attached a flyer with links to register. All events will be virtual and require students and parents to register. Let us know if you have any questions!

FREE HVAC101 Class next Fall at

Manchester Community College

Fall registration is now open for high school students to sign up for the Saturday HVAC 101 course beginning 9/3/22 at MCC!

Students shouldn’t wait, these WILL fill quickly! Really easy to sign up!

Taking HVAC101 in the fall allows students to continue with additional HVAC classes for free in the Spring!

This is a great opportunity for any high school student who may be considering (or not even considering) HVAC as a career choice. It is a 3 credit college class that at minimum can be used for an open elective toward any college degree. With early college and the governor’s scholarship it’s free!

HVAC 101 will be offered two times next semester:

1st 8 week beginning on 9/3. It is an 8 week class. Saturdays -Times: 8:00 – 10:30 am

10447 HVAC101M Introduction to HVAC Systems (HYBRID: Online plus on campus Saturdays) 3


2nd 8 week beginning on 10/29. It is an 8 week class. Saturdays - Times: 8:00 – 10:30 am

10983 HVAC101M Introduction to HVAC Systems (HYBRID: Online plus on campus Saturdays) 3

Registering will be done via email.

Mr. Grenier is the instructor and he can answer any specific questions you may have about the class itself.

Tools and textbooks ARE provided by MCC for students in HVAC101 to use.

Please let me know if you have any additional questions about the HVAC Program that I can answer.

Click the link below and Check out the HVAC Program Videos! Please feel free to share these with peers, students, parents or anyone whom you think should see them!

Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC) Degree Program - Manchester Community College, New Hampshire (

Edward Curran

Professor HVAC

Manchester Community College

1066 Front Street, Manchester, NH 03102

(603) 206-8041

Summer Summit at Colby-Sawyer College!

Our Summit, is a free seven-day pre-college experience that helps students explore why college is valuable, how to get there, and thrive when they arrive. This year, we’re looking forward to returning to an in-person Summit as we’ve done in the past!

This program is for rising seniors who will be first-generation college students and/or who belong to populations underrepresented in higher education. Only students whose cumulative GPA is 3.0 or higher will be eligible.

This year we'll be hosting the Summit from Sunday, July 24th - Saturday, July 30th. Over the seven days, students will have access to faculty, staff, and college student mentors who will explore college admissions, financial aid, growth mindset, leadership, goal setting, and cohort building.

If students who attend the Summit decide to apply to Colby-Sawyer in their senior year then we also provide a scholarship of $32,000 in their financial aid package.

Please feel free to reach out to either me or our Director of Student Success & Retention, Erica Webb, with questions or if you would like to schedule a time for us to meet with any of your juniors interested in the Summit.

If it’s helpful, below are some links specific to our Summit:


Summit Web Page:

EMT Flyer.pdf

West Point & Army ROTC New Hampshire Admissions Invitation.pdf

Amazon is partnering with both Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) and Manchester Community

College (MCC) to fully fund tuition for local hourly employees. If you have any questions, please see your school counselor.

Interested in Healthcare Careers?

LNA Health Careers offers more than just nursing!

In a few short weeks, students can graduate as a Nationally Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT) or a Nationally Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT).

Next Pharmacy Tech class:

03/16/22 - 05/26/22



5PM - 9PM

Next Phlebotomy Tech class:

03/07/22 - 04/15/22



4PM to 8PM

Interested students can apply online here.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out for more information about our programs or with any questions that come up!

Brenda Rees

Marketing & PR Coordinator

LNA Health Careers

22 Concord St., Floor #3

Manchester, NH 03101

P: (603) 647-2174 x113

F: (603) 647-2175

Revised Apprentice One-pager for ABC.NHHBA 1.28.22.pdf

Carpentry Apprenticeship - Part 1 Calendar 2-22-22.pdf

EMT Flyer.pdf
Pierce Promise NH - November 2021.pdf

Franklin Pierce University’s Pierce Promise NH Program


This program (outlined in the attached flyer) means free tuition and fees annually for students who meet the following eligibility criteria:

  • Be a first-time, full-time, incoming student for the fall 2022 semester.

  • Be a resident of New Hampshire and plan to be a residential student at Franklin Pierce’s Rindge Campus. Students who choose to commute will be eligible for a prorated discount.

  • Earn a 3.0 or higher high school cumulative GPA.

  • File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFA) and demonstrate a household gross income of under $100,000.

If I can answer any questions regarding this program, please let me know. I appreciate you sharing this opportunity with your students!

Have a great week and stay warm!


Tori Berube

Parent & Family Ambassador

Franklin Pierce University

40 University Drive

Rindge, NH 03461


Attention Juniors & Seniors

MCC Offers Many Opportunities to Get a Jump Start on College

RS & Early College, Flyer 2021.pdf

STEM flyer.pdf

Patient Care Technician.png.pdf
Colby-Sawyer B.S. Sport Management.pdf
Pierce Promise NH - November 2021.pdf

Franklin Pierce University

Free Opportunity to Attend!

Franklin Pierce University is pleased to announce the return of our exciting new program, Pierce Promise New Hampshire (PPNH). We even have a great, short video if that's easier to share which nicely outlines the program - .

Simply put, PPNH is an affordable option for college - it's free tuition and fees annually for students who meet the following eligibility criteria:

  • Be a first-time, full-time, incoming student for the fall 2022 semester.

  • Be a resident of New Hampshire and plan to be a residential student at Franklin Pierce’s Rindge Campus. Students who choose to commute will be eligible for a prorated discount.

  • Earn a 3.0 or higher high school cumulative GPA.

  • File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFA) and demonstrate a household gross income of under $100,000.

Average annual costs for students who qualify are about $15,000 which can be paid through Federal Direct loans and outside scholarships (plus the usual gap funding options). No additional paperwork is needed to receive the PPNH; it will be awarded automatically to eligible students.

As always, we are pleased to welcome student and families to our campus during the week and on weekends for individual campus tours, led by our student ambassadors. Our admissions counselors are also on-hand to meet with families after a campus tour. Families can register here.

LNA Health Careers is a Trade School Located in Manchester

They are offering courses in:

  • Licensed Nursing Assistant

  • Licensed Medication Nursing Assistant

  • Phlebotomy Technician

  • CPR (BLS) and First Aid Training

  • Licensed Practical Nurse

  • IV Therapy Certificate

We know students have a lot to consider when it comes to choosing a career. LNA Health Careers offers whole host of affordable, quick, and entry-level ready programs available for them to choose from that serves as a great springboard to launch a career into the healthcare field.

I’ve attached a few program flyers here as well for you to check out and here is a link to our website:

We would love to be able to invite students and parents to come to our school at 22 Concord St, 3rd Floor, Manchester, NH 03101 to showcase some of the programs that we have to offer.

See the detailed flyers below:

Info Night - Manchester 12-10.pdf

PHL Program Flyer.pdf

MNA Program Flyer.pdf

LPN Program Flyer.pdf

LNA Program Flyer.pdf

IVT Program Flyer.pdf

Ridgewood LNA class flyer.pdf

Ridgewood Center Offering LNA Classes

In this LNA class, the center sponsors the students in completing an LNA class and pay them to take the class. In return we ask for a 12 month/1 year commitment to the center for the cost of the course and test. Once they complete the course, we then have them in orientation as an LNA.

Great Brook Academy


No Time Like the Present to Start a New Career

Take your first step toward a new and exciting career

Fall term courses are enrolling now on-line. Great Brook Academy is a non-profit educational institution that offers full certification courses for EMR, EMT, RN to EMT, OEC to EMT, and EMR to EMT programs.

We offer EMS continuing education at exceptionally affordable prices as well as NCCP on-line refresher programs.

Course tuition is affordable and we offer both payment plans and veteran discounts. With so much flexibility and affordability there are excuses.

Peruse the career you have always wanted.

Click here to find out more:

Happy Graduation's a FREE college class just for you!

Dear West Juniors & Parents,

Now that you have taken the SAT, you can select four colleges you would like your scores sent to for free.

Here are the instructions on how to do that:

How to Send SAT Scores

  1. Home

  2. SAT

  3. Scores

  4. Sending Scores

  5. Active Page:How to Send SAT Scores

beginning of content:

Most colleges require applicants to send them official score reports directly from the College Board—they do not accept copies of online score reports or score report labels on transcripts. You can ask us to send score reports to colleges before or after you get scores.

Sign in to send your scores.


Have an SAT Fee Waiver?

If so, you can send as many score reports as you want—for free. Learn more about fee waivers.

Before Scores Are Released

You can send four free score reports to colleges every time you register for the SAT. This is the fastest way to send scores to colleges and scholarship programs—and there's no fee. You can use your free score reports up to 11:59 p.m., U.S. Eastern Time, nine days after the test.

If you're eligible for an SAT fee waiver, you can send as many score reports as you want for free.

After Scores Are Released

If you're sending scores after you get them, there's a fee. But if you're using a fee waiver, your score reports are still free after you get your scores.

Sending Your Scores


Have a Coalition Account?

If so, you can now send SAT and SAT Subject Test scores at the same time you’re sending college applications. Log in to your Coalition account, link your College Board account, and send scores to schools on your college list.

Score Delivery Timeline

The timeframe for score delivery depends on the way a college chooses to receive scores. Once colleges receive your scores, processing could take a week.

Score Sending Options

  • Use Score Choice™ to choose which scores you send to colleges.

  • If you're sending scores before getting them, you can sign in to switch score recipients if you change your mind about where to send score reports. You have until 11:59 p.m., U.S. Eastern Time, nine days after test day. You can't cancel score report orders.

  • If you're sending scores by mail, please note that shipping estimates don’t include transit time through the postal system.

I'm Micah Johnson, Marketing Associate for We recently added a resource to help make sure that black students are not burdened with massive debt. We also curated an insightful guide that offers tips for black students to earn scholarships and grants.

You can check it out here: Guide to Scholarships for African Americans -

Franklin Pierce University

Franklin Pierce University's admissions team is promoting an exciting new program, Pierce Promise New Hampshire (PPNH).

Simply put, PPNH is an affordable option for college - it's free tuition and fees annually for students who meet the following eligibility criteria:

  • Be a first-time, full-time, incoming student for the fall 2021 semester.

  • Be a resident of New Hampshire and plan to be a residential student at Franklin Pierce’s Rindge Campus. Students who choose to commute will be eligible for a prorated discount.

  • Earn a 3.0 or higher high school cumulative GPA.

  • File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFA) and demonstrate a household gross income of under $100,000.

Average annual costs for students who qualify are about $17,000 which can be paid through Federal Direct loans and outside scholarships (plus the usual gap funding options). No additional paperwork is needed to receive the PPNH; it will be awarded automatically to eligible students. tours of campus are still occurring if that's helpful to families as well.

The Occupational Mobility Explorer helps people find jobs that are within their skillset, income, degree and a medley of other information. View more information on the links below:

- NPR (National Public Radio) Interview:

- Occupational Mobility Explorer:

College Board has launched BigFuture Days:

If you have any questions, please contact your student's school counselor.

Want to set up an account with College Board to Access PSAT/SAT Test Scores?

Click here

2020 Tuition Comparison Between Colleges in New Hampshire

Click here for a detailed table

Would you like help with your resume?

My name is Laura Jacobs, I’m a Research Manager here at I wanted to reach out and let you know of our recently published resources and tools that could be helpful.

As I’m sure you’ve seen, it’s easy for teen students to overlook the potential professional value within their current experience. Oftentimes, they don’t realize the foundational professional skills they are building and showcasing in class projects, extra curricular activities and clubs, volunteer work, and even in entry level minimum wage jobs. Our resources and tools aim to help high schoolers create resumes that can frame their current life experiences in a way that highlights them as well rounded, quality individuals for their next employer and even college applications. You can learn more about it here:

Are you interested in St. Paul's School?

ASP Webinar Flyer.pdf

The Advanced Studies Program

ASP 2021 Viewbook.pdf

View the slideshow to learn more!

Parent Opt In Flyer_ADA Compliant.pdf

Student Opt In Flyer_ADA Compliant.pdf

Have you heard about Duet?

(a partnership with SNHU)

Click below to learn more:

Click below for a virtual tour:

Interested in Tufts University?

Greetings from Tufts University! I’m the admissions representative for NH, and while I won’t be traveling to your area in person this fall, I would love to connect with you. We do have quite a few virtual events, including a month-long virtual open house and a regional meeting with me for New Hampshire students, happening over the coming weeks!

Beky Stiles, A’12

High school seniors can apply for our virtual diversity visit program, the Voices of Tufts Diversity Experience, to connect with current students from underrepresented backgrounds. The deadline to apply for Voices is September 18.

Did you know Google offers Career Certificates?

Click here for more information

You can earn an SNHU Bachelor's degree for only $2,600 with Duet & new FULL scholarships are available exclusively for New Hampshire students

Duet is a non-profit organization that has partnered with SNHU to offer the MOST AFFORDABLE college option in New Hampshire. You earn the exact same accredited SNHU Associate or Bachelor's degree with many added benefits:

Four-year SNHU Bachelor's degree for only $2,600 if you qualify for federal financial aid and still the most affordable college option even if you don't qualify for aid.

One-on-one support with enrollment, academics, and employment from personal coaches.

New full scholarships just for New Hampshire students, which means you could earn your degree for free!


Want to learn more? There are lots of ways to get in touch.

1. Fill out an interest form on our website to arrange a call with an enrollment coach.

2. Text us at 617-712-2848 to ask a question or find a time to chat.

3. Email our enrollment team at to connect with an enrollment coach.

Learn more about Duet and our partnership with Southern New Hampshire University in this introductory video.

Why should you consider SNHU & Duet?

It is the MOST affordable college option and the price won’t change during your entire college experience. There are no surprise fees or books to buy and you pay a fixed tuition rate per term of $2,332. There are three terms per year and with the full financial aid, each term only costs $217, which is less than you would pay for books alone at another college. Scholarships are available to help with out-of-pocket costs. And nearly all our Associate Degree grads have finished in less than 2 years (18 months on average!) which means saving time and money.

With Duet, you get a ton of 1:1 support which can happen virtually AND?OR in person. You will work with a team of expert coaches who help with every step of college from applying for financial aid, to completing your course work. Coaches check-in daily in whatever form works best for you: text, email, virtual 1:1 meetings, phone calls, or in-person at our student center in Downtown Manchester.

Note: Our student center in Manchester remains closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and all coaching is currently being provided virtually.

SNHU has created Associate and Bachelor’s degrees intentionally designed for online learning. Each 3-credit class consists of 3 projects that are hands-on and based on real scenarios you will encounter in the workplace. You will get feedback from an instructor on each draft and can revise and resubmit projects as many times as needed to achieve mastery. No Fs and no tests!

Credits are transferable. SNHU credits are widely accepted at other colleges (example: 57 of the 60 credits earned in the Associate Degree in Business Management transfer directly to UMass Boston).

The degrees offered are ones employers are looking for and Duet helps students earn high-quality jobs. With Associate and Bachelor’s degrees in Business Management, Healthcare Management, and Communications our graduates are able to earn jobs in a huge range of industries and receive 1:1 career supports from Duet from the minute they enroll through two years after graduation.

Massachusetts Maritime Academy


Virtual STEM Week!

As a proud member of the College Admissions Collaboration Highlighting Engineering and Technology (CACHET) we are pleased to announce Virtual STEM Week! This collaboration between CACHET members and Strive Scan will highlight several unique presentations about the STEM fields as well as an individual presentation about the Academy. You can register at the following link Please note that these presentations are open to all prospective students, parents, and school counselors so please feel free to share with anyone you think may be interested.

We look forward to seeing you at the STEM Week presentations.

Office of Admission

Massachusetts Maritime Academy

Click on the link below for information on NH Career Academy...

NCAA Eligibility Requirements

The NCAA will be instituting this policy as a result of the pandemic for the fall and for the next few years.

See flyer below:

NCAA COVID-19 EC Policies.pdf

STEM-Focused Career Options

Our team at wanted to connect with you at West High School to provide additional resources on STEM careers in computer science while your students may be turning to online learning for the first time.

Students have been increasingly exploring computer programming careers – as a result, they’ll need the most comprehensive, up-to-date information they can get. We have developed guides to meet this need, each focusing on core development areas for degrees, career prospects, job outlook, and financial aid options. Given many educational organizations are now solely functioning in an online capacity I thought the below resources could make an excellent addition to your site. Explore further below:

Computer Programming Career Essentials

Computer Programming Career Guide

Computer Science Scholarships

Heading to UNH this fall?

This job may be right for you...

Summer 2020 Hiring Flyer.pdf

Summer 2020 Application Letter.pdf

Seniors...please review important information in these links due to the Coronavirus situation:

The first link is from NACAC and lists what colleges are doing as far as on campus activities, deposit due dates, etc.

The National Association of College Admission Counselors (NACAC) is maintaining a shared spreadsheet of changes, as published.

These two links are for Financial Aid concerns:

Information on Careers in Nursing

Here is our main career guide:

We cover nursing specialties, salary, education, interview skills, testing information, and more.

Don't hesitate to respond with any questions at all. I look forward to hearing from you either way.


Sally Worthington

Need help with the Common App?

Click here for a tutorial

ETS (Educational Talent Search) Video

Five Students