You’d love to attend a college fair — where you get to choose from a menu of fantastic speakers, and stop by exhibit booths to talk to college admissions people.
But who wants to change out of sweatpants and drive all the way downtown?
Now, you and a student you love can attend a nationwide college fair in your pajamas! And hear me, Jeannie Burlowski, as keynote speaker at 7:00 pm Central Time (8:00 pm Eastern).
Just grab a computer or a phone with internet access, and join me for CollegeWeekLive’s Virtual College Fair on Wednesday, November 1st, 2017. There will be college-related activities happening all day long, from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm Eastern Time that day. Pop in for as much of the day as you’d like to, and then tune in to hear me, live from my office in Minneapolis, at 7:00 pm Central Time (8:00 pm Eastern).
The CollegeWeekLive Virtual College Fair is FREE, but preregistration is highly recommended.
Preregister for the Virtual College Fair now at Jeannie.CollegeWeekLive.com, and your son or daughter can qualify to win up to a $5000.00 scholarship.
After you preregister for the Virtual College Fair at the link above, you can get directly to my 7:00 pm Central Time live presentation by clicking here.
*Note: I have not vetted the content provided by the speakers at this Virtual College Fair. If you hear a speaker saying something you know I strongly advise against, such as, “get private loans — they are super helpful,” or, “don’t worry about career planning, just take random college classes to see what you’re interested in,” just smile and let that advice fly right over your head.
What will Jeannie Burlowski be speaking about at the Virtual College Fair on November 1st?
Here’s my session description:
Why would you want to prep for college the same old way everyone else does? That’s the surest route to mediocrity! In this jam-packed CollegeWeekLive keynote, author Jeannie Burlowski will explain:
- 7 things parents can do right now to put their kids on the fast track to getting through college debt-free
- How kids as young as age 15 can get an exciting, liberating sense of possible career goal early on, and then sign up for only the amount of college absolutely necessary to accomplish that
- How kids as young as age 12 can get a massive head start on racking up the 10,000 hours it takes to be viewed as expert in a career field
- Why deeply inspired caring — not the fancy name of the college you attend — is the key to fulfilled, satisfied career life in the long term
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There’s no part of parenting more important than setting your kid up for successful college and career life.
For clear, step-by-step help getting your kids through college debt-free, don’t rely on a loose collection of speaking presentations. You’ll miss hundreds of details that way. Instead, get your copy of my book:
You can “Look Inside” the book on Amazon for free by going to:
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You can see the “Top 9 Questions Parents Are Asking Me About LAUNCH,” here.
Read just one chapter of LAUNCH every 1-3 months while your child’s in middle school and high school, and you’ll know every viable strategy for debt-free college at exactly the right time to implement it.
And if your child’s already well past middle school? That’s OK; you can run to catch up. But the process of getting your kids through college debt-free goes more smoothly the earlier you start it – especially if you’re not planning to save up any money to pay for college.
What about you? Have you ever attended a CollegeWeekLive Virtual College Fair? What did you learn? Comment below or LIKE Jeannie Burlowski Author on Facebook, find this post on that page, and let’s talk about it there.
Who is Jeannie Burlowski?
Jeannie is a full time author, academic strategist, and speaker. Her writing and speaking help parents set their kids up to graduate college debt-free and move directly into careers they excel at and love. Her work has been featured in publications such as The Huffington Post, USA Today, NerdWallet, and US News and World Report.