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 Events and Webinars

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Past Webinars

How to Best Support Students' College Aspirations through the Financial Aid Process

College Greenlight is bringing you a panel of former financial aid officers to give you the inside scoop on how best to support your seniors, wherever they are in process.

Yale University | In the Age of COVID-19: Applying To & Affording College

Watch representatives from Yale University’s Undergraduate Admissions and Financial Aid office as they discuss the impact of COVID on the upcoming college application cycle.

Finding Scholarships for the Win!

Learn how to get started and feel confident tackling your search and application process. 

Colorado College | Admission Myth-Busters: Common Gossip While Applying To College

In this session we’ll address some of the biggest rumors we hear when applying to college. We’ll also answer questions you’ve always been too hesitant to ask!

Colby College | From Your Voice To Your Personal Statement

In this workshop, we will work to demystify the personal statement, understand its role in the application review process in the age of COVID-19, and spend some time talking about how to actually put pen to paper (or fingers to the keyboard) and get to writing.

Rice University | A Guide Through Your Admission Application

Rice University covers how students can frame their applications to highlight activity/community involvement, honors/recognitions, interests and goals for the future.

UC Berkeley | Decoding: University of California, Berkeley Application Review

Hear from admissions experts from UC Berkeley as they discuss implementation of holistic review & implicit bias training, the reading process in light of COVID-19, and best-practices for personal essays.

College Access and Admissions Virtual Summit

College Greenlight & American Talent Initiative joined forces with college admissions, college access programs, high schools, scholarship providers, and thought leaders, to identify better ways to collaborate and assist lower-income, first-generation, and underrepresented students throughout this upcoming academic year.