In May 2020, The NHHEAF Network hosted #collegeboundnh LIVE!, a series of workshops designed to provide New Hampshire high school students with expert college planning and financial aid advice. Expert local, national, and even international presenters joined us to present 19 engaging and informative programs with helpful tips and suggestions on navigating the path to college. To watch a workshop, simply expand the appropriate link below. A session description and link to the workshop (on the NHHEAF YouTube channel) is provided for each of the workshops.
In this session, college accessibility services professionals discuss ways in which students with documented disabilities are supported through the process of obtaining reasonable accommodations for their academic, housing, and dining needs.
Everything you've always wanted to know about college admissions...but were afraid to ask! Gain insight and advice about selecting a college, the application process, and finding the right fit from an expert panel of college admissions professionals.
Join recent college graduates as they discuss financial life after college. Learn how they are handling their student loan debt, their thoughts about the financial decisions they made when choosing a college, and advice they have for high school students beginning the college search process.
It's no secret that college is expensive! Applying for financial aid is a first step to help with college costs, but what else can you do? Join us for some clever ways to save money, purchase only what you really need, and navigate those unexpected expenses that are part of the college experience.
Some of the best things in life are free, unfortunately college isn't one of them! Hear our expert college counselor discuss the basics of financial aid and how this aid can help families to manage college costs.
Join us for tips and advice about how to best present yourself during all parts of the college application process. From email inquiries to college interviews, learn how to communicate effectively and make a great first (and lasting!) impression.
Are you considering a career in nursing? Wondering which high school courses are required for admission? Do you know about the TEAS exam? Have questions about the curriculum? Join college admissions experts as they discuss the details of college nursing programs.
Students who pledge to be NH Scholars enroll in a rigorous course of study throughout high school in order to increase their chances of college and career success. Did you know that these students also have a better chance of obtaining certain types of scholarships? How about the fact that NH Scholars can apply to most NH colleges and universities for free? Learn more about the program and the benefits for students in this informative session.
Applying to college can be overwhelming for students, but it can be just as overwhelming for parents. Between financial aid deadlines, packing all the right things for your student’s new residence, paying the college bill, and adjusting to life without your teen in your home, there is a lot to consider. Our panel of parents have been through the process – and have survived to “tell the tale”. Listen as they share their experiences.
Learn how to explore career options and enhance your personal experiences through internships, part-time jobs, community involvement, co-ops, enrichment programs, and more.
Are you interested in majoring in the performing arts? Considering art, architecture, or design? Join college professionals to learn about audition and portfolio requirements, presenting your best work in your portfolio, preparing for a dance, music, or theater audition, and much more.
Hear a panel of experts discuss recruitment and eligibility requirements for NCAA division-level sports and hear from the 2020 Big East Defensive Player of the Year and Seton Hall University’s men's basketball center Romaro Gill as he shares his experiences as a Division I student-athlete
Wondering what students really write about in their college essays, how much time you should spend searching and applying for scholarships, what it's like to live in a residence hall, or if classes are really more challenging in college? Our panel of student experts share their experiences about all things college!
Ireland? Australia? Washington, D.C.? France? Have you considered a study away program while you're in college? Or maybe you're thinking about attending a college outside of the United States for your entire degree program. Come learn more about study away and international admissions from a panel of experts in this informative workshop.
Have you been using Google to explore college options? Did you know that you can discover if a school is a good social, academic, and financial match all with one free tool? Come learn how to incorporate this user-friendly tool and its data into your college search process.
Are you considering starting your post-secondary education at a two-year school? Concerned about whether college courses you took in high school will transfer to your chosen college? Join a panel of transfer admission counselors who will address the transfer process, special transfer options available to NH students, and more.
Learn about the two-year advantage! Representatives from New Hampshire community colleges and two-year degree programs offer information and advice about special degree programs, financial considerations, and the many advantages of earning an associate degree.
During this session, students learn tips and strategies for developing the written portion of the application. Focus is on writing the college essay, with suggestions for creating an impressive resume, and obtaining positive letters of recommendation.
Learn about online tools available to aid you in the college selection, application, and financial aid processes. Learn the best methods (and some helpful tips) for using social media to your advantage in your college search and how public information on your social media profiles can impact your life for many years to come.