COVID-19 and College Applications - Ana Homayoun
Because of technical difficulties (it turns out Crowdcast had an outage!), this is an encore presentation on Sunday, August 2 at 5 pm PST/8 pm EST. Your original registration will work for this event. Those who would like to join live are welcome, and that will create a replay available to all - please feel free to share with anyone who might be interested.
Wonder how COVID-19 will affect the college application process for high school students? Join us as noted author, educator, and longtime college counselor Ana Homayoun discusses what high school juniors and seniors can think about this coming year.
This talk will focus on the college application process and recent developments in the college admissions process. Over half of colleges and universities are now test-optional, and won't require students to submit standardized test scores. Ana will highlight some of the latest updates, and discuss how she and her staff approach the college application process with students. The webinar will be around 45 minutes with time for Q&A.
The talk is free, though spots are limited.
About Ana Homayoun: Ana Homayoun is a noted author, speaker, and educator who grew up in Los Altos and has been based in downtown Los Altos for over two decades. She is the founder of Green Ivy Educational Consulting and the author of three books - That Crumpled Paper Was Due Last Week, The Myth of the Perfect Girl, and Social Media Wellness - that are particularly relevant right now. She works with schools all around the world on issues related to organization, time-management, and overall wellness. More about Green Ivy Educational Consulting's college counseling work and philosophy can be found here.
Ana is also the founder and executive director of Luminaria Learning Solutions, a non-profit program designing the Life Navigator Middle School Program, which brings practical life skills and social and emotional skills into public middle schools.
Learn more about her work and find extra resources at www.greenivyed.com and www.anahomayoun.com.