Girls College Seminar

Saturday, November 14, 2015 10am – 4:00pm Parsons the New School 6 E. 16th Street, 12th Floor, New York, New York

REGISTER The deadline for registration is November 4 so please register in advance.

This fall, get closer to the college of your dreams! Join over 150 high school girls, parents, and guardians for a series of workshops and panel discussions about college decisions, applications, financial aid, and more. You’ll hear directly from admissions officers, get an in depth guide on how to pay for college, receive professional advice on writing an effectual essay in your own voice and style, and talk to current college students about what college life is really like! The day also includes a college fair with representatives from a variety of great East Coast colleges. Parents, guardians, mentors, and educators are welcome.


  • Start of perfect your college essay in workshops led by experts

  • Attend panels of current college students, admissions officers, counselors, and others to gain insight into the college decision and application processes

  • Learn more about financial aid and scholarship opportunities to support your college journey.

  • Meet alumnae and outreach officials from prominent East Coast colleges in the college fair


When: Saturday, November 14, 10am-4pm

When: Parsons the New School for Design – D12 – 6 East 16th Street, 12th Floor, Manhattan

Who can come: High school girls, and their parents & guardians – but you MUST register in advance!

Questions? Email or call 212-336-9330 ext. 915


The deadline for registration is November 4 so please register in advance.

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