[Interview] Advice from a college admissions counselor: what your student should do this summer

 

Summer plans have been disrupted by COVID.

Sports, camps, travel, internships and jobs have all been affected.

If you're worried your son or daughter is going to waste this summer, check out this interview with Brian Estrada, the Associate Dean of College Counseling at Providence Academy in Plymouth, MN.

Brian offers a unique perspective: this pandemic actually provides students with an opportunity to differentiate themselves this summer in the eyes of schools and employers.

Previously, Brian served as the Associate Director of Admissions for Dartmouth College and the Senior Assistant Director of Admissions at Vanderbilt University.

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