Gifted and Talented Topics and Issues

I would like to share an email that I received regarding GT students and choosing a college:

Dear Supporter of Gifted Education,

On behalf of Guilford County PAGE (Partners for the Advancement of Gifted Education), an affiliate of North Carolina Academically Gifted and Talented (NCGAT) and a 501 c3 educational non-profit, I welcome you to share information regarding our March 26 and 29, 2015 webinars on “10 Key Steps to Finding the Right College.” These webinars are FREE and open to the public, and you are welcome to share information about the webinars with anyone you believe may be interested. 

Targeted to gifted educators, guidance counselors, and parents of academically-minded middle and high school students, these one-hour webinars are hosted by Susan Goodkin (Harvard Law, Oxford, Rhodes Scholar), a leading national college admissions consultant with the California Learning Strategies Center, who specializes in working with high achieving students and their families to find the right college fit. Advance registration is required at:http://guilfordcountypage.org/webinar/. The webinar is sponsored by Guilford County PAGE and is underwritten in part with donations from VF Corporation and the Cone Mills Charitable Fund.

 Our press release and webinar flyer are attached. Please let me know if you have any questions or require further information. 

Best Regards, 

Holly Stewart

President, Guilford County PAGE

www.guilfordcountypage.org

holly@guilfordcountypage.org orhollydstewart@earthlink.net

336.558.9696

 

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