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College Friends

Helping Build Remarkable Career Futures

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Getting Ready For College Workshop

This workshop is the foundation in which we will build on. Don’t wait until senior year to start planning, take this class early! It is strongly recommended to take this class before any other C3 Instruction classes or one-on-one sessions. This workshop is packed with information on how to navigate high school to get the most out of your high school years and prepare you for the best college admission process. 

Senior To-Do

Senior Year is close or here already, Congratulations! Let’s take the stress out of senior year. This workshop will be offered the summer before senior year and fall of senior year to get you ready for the application process and your last year of high school. The workshop is packed with pertinent information to help you navigate successfully the college admission process from applying to choosing the right college and housing.

Exploring Your Career & Major Workshop 

Unsure on what you are interested in for a career or major? Don’t worry! Many students change their major. However, changing a major, especially if you change it a few times, can add on another year or two of college. Many college students do not graduate in 4 years with a bachelor’s degree but in 5 or 6 years. Large part of that is due to students changing majors and courses not readily available. Let us help you.

College Friends

Equipping students to make informed college and career decisions


"Kristen Starcher is an incredible career counselor. She has been assisting my son since his freshman year in high school; he is now a junior. Kristen is very prompt and thorough in answering all of our questions. Not only has Kristen advised my son of appropriate classes to take each year, she has also helped him explore and choose colleges and careers suited to his goals. Kristen is also a great resource regarding scholarships. She is extremely knowledgeable and has given us all the tools needed to pursue my son’s college and career choice."

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