Successful Education Solutions Offers Students Assistance from Simple SAT Prep Course Advice to Financial Aid
Successful Education Solutions, a service that helps families with college planning, conducts an effective two-step process to identify the next plan action to be taken in order to help students make the most out of their college education.
Carmel, NY (I-Newswire) December 4, 2012 - Education is an important tool in empowering a individual to find employment and seek advanced job opportunities. A college education, when properly used to gain advantage, can unlock one's opportunity in the corporate world among the other candidates. While not entirely true in all cases, it is mostly individuals who have obtained higher education who are excelling past others in their selected career field.
However, with current student loan debt totaling more than $1 trillion dollars and rising, most Americans are becoming less and less interested in college education and prefer to settle for a little less than they deserve to achieve.
Successful Education Solutions works hands-on with families who want the most value from their education dollar. Based in Carmel, New York, SES was founder and is currently headed by Jeffrey Sonnergren, who has assembled a team to provide families with strategies to make college more affordable and prepare for college success.
From college essay help to financial assistance, Successful Education Solutions offers it all. Detailed at SuccessfulEducationSolutions.com, SES offers college funding services designed for parents and students to assist with career choices, college selection and financial assistance. Routinely, SES save families $50,000 to $100,000 from a four year college experience.
With Successful Education Solutions, students and families go through the two-step process. The Online Aptitude Session is designed to confirm and focus a student's career goals and select major areas of study to pursue. A student's capabilities are gauged, along with the provision of ACT prep course and SAT prep course insights and advice.
The second and final SES Student Positioning step is Interview, during which students and their family members engage in a 90-minute call session with an experienced, trained and highly professional career counselor from SES. A discussion on the realities of choosing a college can be expected from the interview, which is essentially is designed to successfully match each student with the right colleges.
The two-step Student Positioning process from SES will determine the students who are better prepared to focus on an education plan that leads to a career path. SES will also assist in the selection from over 2,500 4-year colleges in the nation that will match each student's capability in the academic, social and financial aspects.
In order to keep families updated with the latest trends in college education preparation and financial solutions, SES offers various workshops and seminars for invaluable information and help.
To learn more about the services of Successful Education Solutions toward attaining college success, please visit http://www.SuccessfulEducationSolutions.com for additional information.
About Successful Education Solutions
Successful Education Solutions
9 Fair Street, 2nd Floor Carmel, NY 10512
Phone : (860) 910-0819
Published On:December 4, 2012
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