Our March newsletter is here and it is packed with helpful information your family won’t want to miss! We’ve got you covered when it comes to finding the perfect summer opportunity, gap year program or college match. Check out the newsletter today and start opening new doors for your future! Speaking of doors, ours is
Our February newsletter has arrived, and it is full of helpful information for high school families! Now is the perfect time to be thinking about summer plans and we have plenty of resources to help. Speaking of great resources, we just discovered Understanding FAFSA. This user-friendly guide is guaranteed to make the financial aid application
The pandemic has presented a myriad of challenges for families, especially with regard to education and making plans for the summer. Fortunately, many organizations that typically offer in-person summer programs quickly pivoted and transformed their programming to be virtual. There are hundreds of virtual opportunities, including free and low-cost programs that are still enrolling teens.

Summer 2020 Opportunities for Teens

Summer Opportunities for Teens Now is the time to plan for the summer! CollegeXpress offers a free online search tool with an extensive listing of summer camps and programs for academic study, arts and music, sports, travel abroad, and more! TeenLife also hosts free online directories of summer programs and volunteer projects. If students are interested in STEM internships, please explore this resource from BostonTechMom. Lastly, visit NewtonSTEM to
Each summer, Harvard University and The College Board organize the Harvard Summer Institute on College Admissions, a program staffed by nationally recognized leaders in college admissions and other fields of education. Professionals from throughout the world gather at Harvard to discuss current and future trends in admissions, as well as best practices for advising students and families. Curl up with a
The Independent Educational Consultants Association (IECA) offers a fantastic resource to help families manage their college campus visits. The Campus Visit Journal enables students and parents to record their impressions of colleges in an organized, user-friendly format. Take this journal with you on your college trips during February vacation and keep track of your thoughts while they are still fresh in your mind. Feel free
The February newsletter has arrived! Read here to discover helpful tips regarding finding summer opportunities for teens. Information about upcoming college fairs and a great map recommendation to make your college visits a cinch to plan are also included. Lastly, don’t miss top stories from the media covering the latest news in college admission and
Our January newsletter has arrived! Read here to see our advice for college essay writing in a recent Teen Vogue article, learn about upcoming college and summer program fairs, find out how to support the good work of Love Your Melon, and much more!