College Funding Academy is an alliance of the most talented college planners in the country. This group is leading the industry in understanding the undeniable and inevitable impact of social media in the college search and application process. It all starts with teaching students the skills they need and the awareness to properly navigate the changing world of social media. College Funding Academy's college planning clients get full access to the catalog of Social Assurity e-courses included with their service.
Admit.me was built to connect college applicants with admissions insiders: students, alumni, and experts at target schools. Their goal is to level the admissions playing field by giving students the insight and guidance to help them achieve their college admissions goal. With Admit.me, students get access to admissions experts, alumni and current students from 100 universities.
Game Theory College Planners is a team of college planning professionals utilizing a research-based approach that has been helping students for over 20 years. Game Theory has assembled a diverse team of professionals with distinct areas of specialization because college planning is too big for one person to tackle alone. Game Theory primarily helps families in Atlanta and their team has been hand-picked from the best planners in the country.
GuidedPath is a product of MyCCA Corporation, which has been the leader in college planning solutions, having helped over 1,500 college advisors and 50,000 plus students worldwide to navigate college planning and applications successfully. Since 2005, students and advisors have found the tools and features of MyCCA.net (and now GuidedPath) help them find their best-fit college.
Admit Advantage helps students choose the right schools and formulate compelling applications that promote their strengths, highlight their experiences and clearly outline their professional aspirations.Admit Advantage's mission is to assist students in maximizing their admissions opportunity.
Wise Owl College Consulting empowers students with the knowledge they need to make sound decisions about their education and their future. Making the decision to go to college is not what it once was. In the age of information overload, we focus on helping families understand: What matters in college admissions; What is necessary and what is not; Reality over rhetoric; Cost and funding transparency; and Skills required for long-term success.
College Application Training was founded in 2011 with the purpose of helping families who want to send their children to the school of their dreams without sacrificing their retirement or taking unnecessary risks. We also mentor students who want to create an authentic and unique application with the minimum amount of stress.
Working with unCommon Apps ensures that teens have the skills and perspective necessary to succeed in high school, college, and beyond. We create products and curriculum geared toward enhancing academic mastery and make sure teenagers are clearly directed in the process of finding the right school, college, and career. We’re there to help them research, apply, and interview.
Futuro Enlightened is committed to help students discover all the opportunities at their disposal given their academic, personal, leadership, and social talents. Let Futuro help your student stand out in the admissions process!
The NAMLE vision is to see media literacy be highly valued by all and widely practiced as an essential life skill for the 21st Century. NAMLE’s mission is to be the leading voice, convener and resource to foster critical thinking and effective communication for empowered media participation.
The Digital Citizenship Institute provides a community-driven approach to educating and empowering digital citizens to solve problems in local, global and digital communities. The Institute is committed to promoting social good through the use of technology and social media. The Institute turns negatives into positives and helps to transform participants into designers, creative thinkers, global collaborators and justice-oriented digital citizens.
The Institute for Responsible Online and Cellphone Communication (IROC2) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to helping Digital Citizens use technology and the power of Public and Permanent™ to open windows of opportunity - not close them.
The School of The New York Times is a place for students to explore their passions and interests while meeting and networking with like-minded individuals.
The School offers educational programming for both professional and pre-college audiences ranging from classes on writing, editing and content marketing to courses that explore the most important issues facing our world today, including politics, business, culture, science and innovation.
Their courses are designed to provide students with the opportunity to develop the skills and competencies that will guide their educational and professional paths.
College Prime specializes in personal branding and social media educational resources for private, independent, and International Baccalaureate (IB) schools, and standardized test preparation services companies.
SHAME NATION will survey the wreckage of the most shocking digital debacles, revealing how truly pervasive this phenomenon has become, and advising what we as concerned citizens need to do about it. This book will tap into a nerve in popular culture about our fascination and fear of digital shaming, sprinkling actual social media posts from Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and more to illustrate how unbelievably mean things have actually become. SHAME NATION will be the first book on the market to offer expert advice to help readers avoid becoming victims themselves.
Boomerang Parental Control is a leading mobile app with an app blocker, screen time limits, location tracking and call/text monitoring. It is a great tool that helps parents parent their family’s technology use.
YES helps to reshape the landscape of low-income communities by empowering underserved students to fulfill their greatest potential. YES Scholars have an unprecedented 95% college graduation rate from the best universities across America!
There are numerous books to assist students and counselors with the college admissions process. While authors frequently provide guidance on the personal statement (e.g., the Common App Personal Essay), there are not many publications about the supplement, which admissions officers use to help determine fit. In addition, some colleges are assessing candidates through popular social media channels and student-focused platforms. Buy Supplementing the Supplement today.
Noodle Markets is K-12’s national market network bringing transparency, speed & control to K-12 purchasing. Districts & schools explore vendors on their national market network, using digital tools to gain insights, saving time & money.
CTSOs and College Counseling Organizations.
Business Professionals of America is the leading CTSO (Career and Technical Student Organization) for students pursuing careers in business management, office administration, information technology and other related career fields. BPA has 43,000 members in over 2,300 chapters in 23 states. BPA is a co-curricular organization that supports business and information technology educators by offering co-curricular exercises based on national standards.
HECA professional members are independent educational consultants specializing in guiding families through every step of the college admissions process, from choosing the right colleges according to academic, social and affordability criteria to preparing college applications and comparing admission offers.
We are pleased to support and endorse Cyber Civics™, the innovative middle school Digital Citizenship & Literacy Curriculum (w/support for educators and parents). Cyber Civics meets an urgent and growing demand to teach students how to become ethical, knowledgeable, and empowered digital citizens. Cyber Civics is packed with peer-to-peer learning activities that call on critical thinking, ethical discussion and decision making through hands-on projects, problem solving activities, and role-play, emphasizing the social and behavioral skills.