My Financial Aid Counselor – Going to College Books
“The abc’s of College Financial Aid: 26 Quick Tips for Navigating College Financing”
Description: A simple question and answer book that will assist parents and students to navigate the challenging financial aid process.
Paperback: $ 9.99
Testimonial "I actually know Rubin and worked with him for several years. He doesn't know I've found his book! I have three kids heading to college in short order. This book is a fountain of insider knowledge -- generously shared in the same giving spirit as the man himself. Thanks, Rubin! People should pick up this book, because there's a lot of in's and out's. This not only saves a lot of research time, it also points out how and where to spend time on aid, scholarships, etc. that may be right for your child." on February 22, 2018 - Amazon Comment
Prior to and While Attending College Reads
“A well-written, lively and easy to follow guide.” —Time.com
“Perfect for today’s students, who inevitably want what they want (and only that!) when they want it.” —Campus Career Advisor
Getting from College to Career by Career Expert and Global Spokesperson for LinkedIn, Lindsey Pollak, is an insightful, essential world guide for college students and recent graduates who are preparing to embark upon a career beyond the university walls. Now newly revised to reflect the most recent changes in the economy and job market, these “90 things to do before you join the real world” will give every young grad a head start, providing essential information for adapting to and succeeding in a marketplace that is now more competitive than ever.
With input from teens, parents, and numerous experts, Teens Guide to College & Career Planning knows just how to talk to high school students about the important decisions involving life after graduation.
This easy-to-read guide, with updated content by Justin Ross Muchnick (author of Peterson’s The Boarding School Survival Guide), enables busy students to hone in on the right information for them. Whether they’re planning to head to a two-year or four-year college, a technical school, an apprenticeship, the military, or directly into the workforce-or even if they are still undecided-Teens’ Guide is where they’ll find information on the various options available and which ones may best suit their skills, needs, and desires.
Recommended Reading – What’s Next After College?
Your college career portion of your life will come and go very quickly. Once you have completed your degree, you will have to learn new skills about life. In an effort to help you develop skills after college that include planning for retirement, purchasing a house and much more, we will provide material that can help your continuing education on such matters.
For learning how to establish relationships and networking during your career search, you will need to develop the skills this book reveals about the secrets to unlocking
extraordinary opportunities. David France gives you
actionable strategies through unforgettable stories
helping you build a powerful personal network of
After finishing graduate school in Boston on a full
scholarship, David France was homeless. Less than a year later he found his way off the streets and into some mind-blowing opportunities by building intentional relationships and being generous with the little resources he had available. This book tells that unforgettable story and more while giving you the tools to unlocking your own incredible opportunities.
Things you will learn:
•Understand how to nurture new relationships with ease through the act of giving.
•Learn strategies to build a social network that will help you stand out from the crowd.
•Learn how to effectively utilize social media to connect with influencers.
Free High School Senior Year Forms
- Complete Free Application for Federal Student Aid at www.FAFSA.ed.gov each year on October 1.