In this week's episode you will hear
In the News (8:35): In this week’s news segment, an article from nitrocollege.com, “Why College Students Should Work, But Only 12 Hours”, by Libby Miller. Research done by the Department of Education about working while you are in college. Miller weighs the pros and cons of students working while in college and suggests that students take an honest assessment of their capacity to handle work outside of their college courses. We also look at the various types of work available when you are in college. (Length 8:02)
Chapter 101 of 171 Answers (16:37): We are in Chapter 101 of 171 Answers and we’re talking through how your child would be considered an independent or dependent student.
This week’s question (26:31) is from Karen in CA and she wants to know how to weigh asking teachers who know your child best to write their letters of recommendation,
This week’s interview (40:40) Mark kicks off his interview with Travis Hornsby,
Mark’s recommended resource of the week (49:41) Mark’s recommended resource of the week is one of his absolute favorite admission blogs https://www.cappex.com/articles. Mark describes the six different sections of this blog.
College Spotlight: No Spotlight this week as we take a break and celebrate New Years Day
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