How to Manage College Applications Stress

Tuesday, 27 December 2016 by

Teen Vogue recently featured tips from Mindy Popp, founder of Popp & Associates, in the December 27th article “How to Manage College Application Stress.” Read here to discover how to make the last days of application work for the Jan 1 deadline stress free!

The Eames family has been a P&A client for several years, and working with their oldest sons was both exciting and rewarding. Alison, their mom, was actively engaged and supportive throughout our work together. We are thankful to Alison for taking the time to share her insight and tips with our readers and congratulate her

This year, over 600 colleges and universities are accepting applications for their institutions through The Common Application. Many students are familiar with the personal statement located in the Writing section of the Common App. In addition, numerous colleges ask students to write additional essays. Completing the essays may be required or recommended. Colleges’ supplemental essays

Finding Inspiration for Your College Essay

Sunday, 28 September 2014 by

In the September P&A newsletter, we remember how our pasts can provide valuable inspiration for the work that we are doing today to develop meaningful college essays. Learn more about how your past can influence your essay writing, find updates on fall college fairs and other events, and discover an exceptionally helpful online grammar resource

Fall holiday decor adorns local malls, peaches and cherries have been replaced by endless varieties of tomatoes and apples at farm stands, flip flops will soon be resigned in favor of Uggs, fall sports practices are back on the calendar….the new school year has definitely arrived! Popp & Associates is excited to help families start

So here we are in August with much of the summer behind us, fall sports teams are starting their summer training, Back-to-School sales are on, and The Common Application just launched on August 1. The college application season has arrived and the best way to proceed is to embrace it. Don’t let the process scare

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