March Madness: It’s that time of year again?

It’s your Senior Year!  It’s spring and 3 months to go before graduating from High School!  

You have been very busy…. Sports, Homework, After School Activities, Part Time Job….

Not much time to think beyond graduation. 




College and University Deadlines! 

The reality is you may have missed the deadline for that choice college you may have been interested.

However, you still options. There are many colleges and universities that enroll year round. As a former student and/and or employee, I know that the following institutions do some form of year round enrollment. They are Palo Alto College, American InterContinental University, Colorado Technical University, Indiana University-Purdue University and Kaplan University.

These are just a few of many institutions, colleges and universities providing students opportunities to start throughout the year.

So, it’s not to late to start your search. 

Consider community colleges, vocational schools, universities and educational institutions within your neighborhood. If vocational training or re-training is what you are looking for, there are specialized schools for specific programs like welding, air conditioning and refrigeration, vocational nursing, nursing programs and much more.

The key is not to get discouraged and inquire now that you are ready.

It’s up to you to execute the plan for success for the rest of your life. 

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