October 26, 2022
Now that our senior class (Class of 2023) has applied to college, and some have already started being accepted, it’s crunch time for our junior clas
That’s why Class 101 started the Super Junior program that starts on November 1st and runs for three months! The program is specifically designed to ensure juniors get ahead of the curve before application season even begins.
Join us for a live webinar presenting the Super Junior program and how students can make sure they are on track for senior year. This webinar will feature three college planning industry experts, Class 101 Founder and President Tom Pabin ;Class 101 Western Kentucky owner, Sara Lutz ; and Class 101 Norman Oklahoma owner, Rennie Cook.
This nationwide FREE event will be hosted via Zoom for 30 minutes on Thursday, Nov 10, 2022 at 7:00 PM Eastern Time.
We will have a chat team for live Q&A throughout the event. Plus, we’ll be raffling giving away a $100 Amazon gift certificate to someone who attends.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
• Why junior year is the most critical
• Importance of a college list
• Standardized testing
• How to craft a resume
• How to maximize scholarships
• How to become a Super Junior!
Ready to secure your spot? Register in advance for this webinar at:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with access to the webinar. See you then!
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