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Friday, July 18 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Navigating the College to Career Pathway LIMITED

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Parents, students, and policymakers now view high school as a pathway to college, while students see the college degree as the ticket to a job. However, they do not understand that they need to use the whole college experience as the process to achieve that goal. High school teachers can begin that process by showing how skills obtained first in high school, then in college actually work to make students employable for the short- and long-term. The workshop will discuss student misconceptions about college and work, errors that students make in choosing and planning for college, strategies that they can begin in high school to become more marketable by the time they complete college, and strategies that will also reinforce skills to stay the course in college.

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Marcia Cantarella

Dr. Cantarella has been a Dean at Hunter College,  Princeton University and part of the Dean’s staff at NYU.  She has been responsible for academic advisement, career development, preparation for postgraduate fellowships, development of diversity programs, and strategies to generally enhance students’ academic experience and outcomes.  As Vice-President of Student Affairs at Metropolitan College of NY she was... Read More →


Friday July 18, 2014 1:30pm - 3:00pm
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