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Matthew Greene will present a webinar during CollegeWeekLive's March All Access event.
Wilton Library, 137 Old Ridgefield Road, Wilton, CT 06897
Changes in the College Admissions Process: What Every Family Should Know About Planning and Paying for College Today. Howard and Matthew Greene will discuss recent trends in college admissions, and what matters most in the college admissions process. How can parents and students navigate the college admissions landscape today in a positive and productive way, with less stress, more enjoyment, and the right priorities? Families are encouraged to attend together, and the program will be geared toward students in 9th through 11th grades. Registration recommended. Snow date: Tuesday, Feb. 4
Howard and Matthew Greene will reconvene at Wilton Library for another relaxed session with high school sophomores and juniors to discuss college admissions trends, concerns, and planning. We had a great crowd for this last time, and hope to have as energetic and participatory group this time around. There will be pizza, but, remember, no parents allowed! No charge, but please register early.
Westport Public Library
In "College Grad Seeks Future: Turning Your Talents, Strengths, and Passions into the Perfect Career," nationally-recognized consultants Howard and Matthew Greene combine insights from their years of working with college students and graduates and interviews with professionals in a variety of fields. They discuss the highly individualistic nature of choosing a career, the interesting choices that are frequently overlooked, and the imaginative ways in which young adults can identify their goals and take the necessary steps to realize them. In this session Matthew Greene will target his comments toward current college students, recent graduates, their parents, and other educators.
Trackside: Wilton, CT
With college sticker prices rising faster than ever, paying for college has gotten more difficult and more complicated. At the same time, there is a huge amount of need- and merit-based financial assistance available, and most families are not paying full price for a college education. In fact, some data shows that net prices have stayed stable or even declined in recent years. Matthew Greene, co-author of Paying for College: The Greenes' Guide to Financing Higher Education will cover the basics of planning and paying for college, including the general types of aid available, how to take advantage of merit-based financial awards, and the importance of filing financial aid applications. There will be ample time for questions and discussion. Hosted by and for the benefit of Family & Children's Agency
New Canaan Library, CT
Howard and Matthew Greene will present a talk based on their most recent book, "College Grad Seeks Future". The evening will be targeted toward current college students, recent graduates, and their parents, and focus on finding one's calling, the value of a liberal arts education, and current job trends and opportunities.
Nightingale-Bamford School, New York
Howard and Matthew Greene will present a college admissions seminar at the Nightingale-Bamford School in New York City, sponsored by the Parents League.
Trackside Teen Center, Wilton, CT
Matthew Greene will present a seminar on planning and paying for college, discussing trends in college admissions and what every family should know about high education today. The seminar is hosted by and will benefit Family & Children's Agency of Norwalk.
Wilton Public Library
Matthew Greene will be part of a panel discussing this film about academic pressures faced by today's teens, following a showing of the film.
Wilton Public Library, Wilton, CT
Howard and Matthew Greene will present a seminar for college students, recent graduates, and their parents on finding their calling and finding their career path.
Scoville Memorial Library, Salisbury, CT
Matt will be answering participants' questions about the college admissions process.
New Canaan Library
Matt and Howard will be taking questions from interested students and parents at the New Canaan Library in New Canaan, CT.