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Upcoming College Counseling Events

List of 11 events.

  • Apr
    11

    PCACAC Spring College Fair

    Potomac & Chesapeake Association For College Admission Counseling will be hosting the PCACAC Spring College Fair with over 80 colleges. Counselors and students in Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Washington D.C., and West Virginia are invited to attend. Register Here
    Location: Howard High School in Ellicott City, MD
  • Apr
    17

    College Money Method: Writing effective essays for scholarship multiple applications

    Join this interactive workshop and learn how to develop a series of interchangeable essay “modules” that can be used to address the most popular scholarship prompts. This workshop is for juniors, seniors and their families. Register HERE
    Location: Virtual
  • Apr
    18

    Sophomore Families: Introduction to Standardized Testing and the Digital SAT

    Class of 2026 Parents/Caregivers are invited to join the Bryn Mawr School college counselors and Phil Pine, Director and Founder of Capital Educators, LLC, to learn how to interpret the PSAT 10 and Mock ACT scores reports and hear updates on college admission testing. 
    Location: Edith Hamilton Library, Howell Bldg.
  • Apr
    25

    Performing and Visual Arts College Night

    This virtual event will give students and parents more information about creative college majors and career paths. Hear from colleges and professionals about: performing arts - dance/theater, performing arts - music, and visual arts 2D/3D. Attendees will be able to join two different breakout room sessions throughout the night. (Registration link to come) 
    Location: Virtual
  • Apr
    29

    College Money Method Series: Building Aid Generosity and Affordability into Your School List (DATE CHANGE)

    This webinar targets the parents/caregivers in the Class of 2025. Please join the tri-school college counseling offices and Paul Martin, Founder and CEO of College Money Method for a one hour virtual workshop. Here, you’ll find the tools and resources to evaluate how generous colleges will be with their need-based and merit-based aid and calculate your expected awards and costs. Use these resources to understand your financial commitments for the colleges on your list. Registration will be available closer to the event. (open to tri-school families only)
    Location: Virtual
  • May
    15

    College Money Method: Outside scholarships: What to expect and strategies for success

    Finding and applying for outside scholarships can be overwhelming. With many competing priorities and limited time, students and parents want to know how much effort it takes and how to be smart in going about the process. If scholarships are a part of your plan, learning how to search for outside scholarships during junior year helps students plan for the best opportunities in senior year. 

    This workshop for juniors and their families provides expert guidance on how to search for niche scholarships that fit your unique student profile, stay organized, and add more applications to your plate. Register HERE
    Location: Virtual
  • Jun
    4

    Bryn Mawr Camp College

    Multiple session college application workshop for rising seniors only.
    Students will create their Common Application account, learn about how to effectively answer supplemental college essays and participate in a college essay writing workshop.
    Location: Edith Hamilton Library
  • Jun
    5

    Bryn Mawr Camp College

    Multiple session college application workshop for rising seniors only.
    Students will create their Common Application account, learn about how to effectively answer supplemental college essays and participate in a college essay writing workshop.
    Location: Edith Hamilton Library
  • Jun
    6

    Bryn Mawr Camp College

    Multiple session college application workshop for rising seniors only.
    Students will create their Common Application account, learn about how to effectively answer supplemental college essays and participate in a college essay writing workshop.
    Location: Edith Hamilton Library
  • Aug
    6

    Bryn Mawr Camp College 2.0

    Camp College 2.0 is the August booster to our Camp College program. We will continue completing college applications, discuss the 2024-2025 supplemental essay prompts, and review the more technical elements of the college process (requesting transcripts, signing up for college representative visits, and requesting teacher recommendations).  9-11 (AM session) or 1-3 (PM session)
    Location: Edith Hamilton Library
  • Aug
    14

    Bryn Mawr Camp College 2.0 (makeup date)

    Camp College 2.0 is the August booster to our Camp College program. We will continue completing college applications, discuss the 2023-2024 supplemental essay prompts, and review the more technical elements of the college process (requesting transcripts, signing up for college representative visits, and requesting teacher recommendations). Students should choose the one session that works best with their schedule.
    9-11 (AM session) or 1-3 (PM session)
    Location: Edith Hamilton Library