Entries by Gabriel Johnson

June 2018 Newsletter

Attached you’ll find your last newsletter for this school year.  Hope you have a wonderful summer! This issue includes: Adjusting to College Life – Understanding the most common challenges reported by freshmen – and what to do about them — can make the transition to college life go more smoothly for both students and their parents. Majoring […]

May 2018 Newsletter

This months newsletter includes the following: Five Career Planning Ideas for High School Students –   Here are five things you can do now – while you’re still in high school – to start thinking about possible careers. Majoring in Art & Design – Do you have a passion for painting, drawing or designing but […]

April 2018 Newsletter

Happy Holidays!! Hope you are enjoying a bit of Spring weather. Inside the April Newsletter you’ll find: Facts & Myths about Liberal Arts Education – Ask twenty people what they think about the term “liberal arts education” and you’ll likely get twenty different responses. Get the facts here. Majoring in Nutritional Sciences – The food […]

March 2018 Newsletter

Greetings! Hope you’re all staying warm as March arrives!  It’s pretty cold here in California. I’ve attached your March issue.  Articles feature: Lessons Learned by Parents about Campus Visits – some sage advice from parents who have “been there, done that”. Dual Degrees – 3-2 Engineering Programs – for students not sure that they want to become […]

February 2018 Newsletter

Hello: Attached you’ll find The College Planning Center’s February Newsletter.  Topics include: Athletic Recruiting – families may dream of “signing day” but what are the realities facing prospective college athletes? Majoring in Statistics/Data Science – Data Science was just named the #1 career by Glassdoor and the “sexiest career of the 21st century” by the Harvard Business […]

January 2018 Newsletter

Hello: This comes with wishes for a wonderful New Year! This January issue of the College Planning Center’s Newsletter features: Helping Your Child Succeed – an article especially for parents, highlighting five ways that parents can help their children succeed in both school and life. Majoring in Neuroscience –  The skills gained through a neuroscience major are widely […]

December 2017 Newsletter

Hello: Attached you’ll find your December College Planning Center’s newsletter with articles featuring: SAT or ACT? Deciding Which Test is Right for You – feeling confused about which college entrance exam to take? This may help. Majoring in Cyber-security – with a median pay over $90,000 and a job growth rate greater than 37% over […]

November 2017 Newsletter

Hello: Attached you’ll find your November CPC Newsletter filled with interesting and timely articles.  Read about: Big Fish or Little Fish?  – Deciding if you’ll be better suited to being a big fish in a small pond or a small fish in a big pond is an important part of finding a college that will be […]

October 2017 Newsletter

Hello & Happy Fall! Attached is the College Planning Center’s Newsletter for October 2017. If you know someone that can benefit from this information please pass it along. As always if you have any questions contact me. Choosing the “Right” Application – Here’s a rundown of the most commonly used college applications. Majoring in Psychology – What […]

September 2017 Newsletter

Hello: I hope you had a terrific summer! Attached you’ll find your first issue of the 2017-18 College Planning Center’s Newsletter.  Articles include: Do Rankings Really Matter? – how can you compare colleges with different programs and cultures?  Here’s a look at the ways different ranking systems approach finding “the best”. Majoring in Anthropology – students of […]