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Considering a 2021 Gap Year?
Many seniors are unsure of what might or might not develop or change this year. Is 2021 the best year to start college? Why not consider a GAP year in the fall? Global Works is an interesting program to consider. It " inspires personal transformation by...
Considering Studying in the UK?
While admission to a UK university may not be a viable option at the current time, it's something to consider for 2022! College Advising Now will take part in the THINKUK North America forum online all next week. Learn more about studying in the UK. Read more on CAN"S...
Junior College Lists: All About Balance
This CNBC article is worth a look at for students in their junior year. It is revealing. List-making is all about balance! CAN can help you balance the stretches with the safeties and all good fit schools between. Now is the time to begin realistic list-building.
Global Forum on International Admission & Guidance
The Global Forum on International Admission & Guidance is an example of the professional development opportunities CAN takes advantage of on a weekly basis—This one is from a group of UK universities! (Scroll down to "Three themes that unite us" to read about...
College Advising Now Attends Professional Development Workshops Online
College Advising Now (CAN) continually attends professional development workshops, conferences and seminars sponsored by colleges and universities around the world. During Covid, many of these programs are presented via Zoom. Professional contacts are...
How Are Schools Operating This Fall?
Most colleges are planning to open in-person this fall, at least for the first semester.