My experience working at colleges and universities and helping college and high school age people navigate through those years has shown me that this is where I can be of service. So, if you are reading this and find that you might not be so interested in the content coming down the pike, you are free to disengage.
If you happen to know someone of college or high school age who is struggling or needs reassurance, please point them in my direction. I have all types of resources and pertinent information to help young people crush it in college.
To open, I will say that at this point, the college experience is very much about the social element. Understanding how to navigate and what to expect and not expect is not something most college admissions people talk about.
Next, what is expected of you at college? Mostly, your money and your ability to jump through hoops. Any real take-aways that you need out of the experience are completely up to you. In most cases, they care about the money you are paying them and not so much about how well you are doing or if you are capitalizing on the college experience. Welcome to the real world.
Lastly, as with most things I talk about, communication is key to getting what you want out of any given situation, and college is no different. In fact, college is the perfect place to practice all of the skills you will need to crush it in the real world.
And you do need practice.
That is what I will be offering; help to the people who need it and can use it to improve the world. I am very proud to be in this position and excited at the opportunity to grow in this way. The website is in a state of flux presently, but by the end of January it will be all ready to go.
Thanks for reading, and if you decide to stay, thanks for staying. It has meant a lot to me.