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We offer a variety of comprehensive consulting plans to assist student families in navigating the sometimes overwhelming college selection, admissions and financial aid process. The ideal time to join our practice is early in high school. Doing so reduces stress, creates opportunities and empowers students. But even if you think you might be behind and starting late, our programs will get you ahead.
A complimentary 15-minute phone consultation will enable a joint determination of fit with EFM’s services for your student. Schedule now.
– S. Bethel
Looking beyond high school can be an overwhelming experience for students in high school. Looking beyond college into the world of careers and occupations is flat-out numbing for many. But, it doesn’t have to be this way. Through our partnering services with Capstone Educational Consultants and First Place Career Solutions, students will experience the best in both arenas. Discover your personality type, potentially good-fit occupations, and see how the two contribute to your future career . Spend quality time with an experienced career professional to prepare for your first job interview and explore available internships.
Work directly with a Certified Practitioner to uncover potential careers, interesting college majors, and discover more about what makes you unique.
Work directly with an accomplished professional to create resumes, cover letters, mock interviews, and discover jobs and internships opportunities.
Preparing for college is personal, but paying for college engages the entire family. That’s why we are here to help you understand your options.
We would be remiss if we did not address the affordability factor when guiding families through the college process. A child’s college education is one of the largest investments a family will probably make outside of purchasing a home.
We stress to parents not to just look at the sticker price when looking at affordability. Many schools have flexibility in their tuition structure. You may hear it called a “discount rate” and it is typically not well publicized. Through our research and professional development we make it a point to learn as much as we can about a college’s tuition structure.
We take a holistic view to the college process and encourage families to take their financial aid information to their financial planners or certified public accountants to address investment and tax strategies that families may be entitled to.