Quest for Success, a non-profit college preparatory organization, is presenting a free 90-minute workshop for parents of incoming freshman students on Saturday, March 31 at the Quest for Success headquarters at 2706 Horseshoe Drive South from 12:30 pm until 2 pm.
According to Susan Zumstein, executive director at Quest for Success, the workshop is designed to give parents specific tools to help their students succeed. “The path to college begins on the firsrt day of high school,” says Ms. Zumstein. Along with Ms. Zumstein and college advisor Denis Giradina will present a six-part workshop discussing important topics like:
• Transitioning from middle school to high school
• Essential student skills and behaviors
• Developing effective habits for success
• How toe encourage responsibility in your teen
• How to navigate the high school system
• What your child needs to be doing in 9th grade to be successful in 12th grade
Space is limited. Please reserve your spot by contacting Denise Giardina at 239-403-7174 ext. 104 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.questforsuccess.com
Quest is a community-based organization providing highly personalized and effective methods for students to access and pay for most college. Quest began with 10 students in 1993, and currently serves over 381 students from Collier County public and private schools. Quest’s mission is to foster economic freedom through education by empowering high school students to reach their highest career potentials through lifelong learning. A tax-deductible gift to Quest for Success is an investment in Quest Scholars – empowering them to succeed in college and beyond. Community support allows Quest to bridge the gap between exceptional, under-served youth and leading institutions of higher education.