has been created to assist college bound students and their families with the transition from high school to college. Additionally, Robin Groelle is available to consult with schools seeking to improve the college counseling component of their guidance services.
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After discussing the strengths and weaknesses of your program,
areas of focus might include:
  • Student and Parent Conferences Student/Counselor Meetings
  • Financial Aid Workshops
  • Parent Presentations
  • College Counseling Guidebook
  • College Fair/College Visit Program
  • Guest Speaker Program
  • Planning Calendars (For Juniors and Seniors)
  • Development of School Profile
  • Developing More Effective Lines of Communications With Admissions Offices
  • College Counseling Library and Office Procedures

Taking Your Personal Inventory

Testing Strategies (PLAN, ACT, PSAT, SAT, SAT Subject Tests, TOEFL)
Resume Development (Activities, Athletic, Special Talent)
Essay Writing (Possibly in collaboration with English Dept.)
Application Completion
Financing College (Need-based aid, merit-based scholarships, institutional grants, loans, work-study, parent loan programs, scholarship searches, FAFSA, PROFILE)
Student-to-Student - Telling it as it is (Words of advice from former Grads presently in college)


Recommendation Writing

  • How to write a supportive letter for the less than stellar student
  • How to help the exceptional student really stand out from the crowd of other high achievers
  • The Difference between the Counselor/School Recommendation and the Teacher Recommendation

  • Understanding the SAT and ACT better
  • Helping Students Better Cope with the Objective Testing Style of these standardized tests.

Seminar on College Counseling - An Introduction to the College Counseling Process and Your School's Program, Suggestions for Parents

Financial Aid

Robin Groelle has experience in developing college counseling programs that address the needs of the school's student, parent, and faculty bodies.

She has worked closely with counselors in both the private and public sector and is available to work with your school's counselors in assisting them in providing a well organized, effective, and highly regarded college counseling program.
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