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College Readiness: Top 3 Strategies for Junior Year

In this episode, I’m focusing on junior year in high school and the three essential strategies to ensure a successful junior and senior year for college readiness. Drawing from my experience in college transition, accessibility, and learning disabilities, this episode offers actionable insights for students with learning differences, ADHD, and mental health concerns.

Episode Highlights:

  • Step 1: Learning About Your Disability: Understand the power of self-advocacy by diving deep into your learning disability. Discover resources and methods to learn more about your unique challenges and strengths, empowering you to make informed decisions about your future path.
  • Step 2: Embracing a Growth Mindset: Explore the concept of growth mindset and its transformational effect on overcoming challenges. Learn how stress can be harnessed positively and how the Soft Skills Planner can aid your growth journey by fostering resilience and problem-solving skills.
  • Step 3: Crafting Your Vision: Junior year is the perfect time to envision your future and explore your purpose. Creating a vision sets the stage for your success. Embrace change and exploration as you navigate the process of discovering your purpose.

Conclusion: Start Junior year for college readiness. Junior year is a pivotal time, and this guidance will help you unlock your potential and navigate these crucial years with confidence. Tune in, share with peers, and embark on the journey of self-advocacy, growth mindset, and personal discovery. Don’t miss out on the tools you need to make your junior and senior years truly exceptional.

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More resources

Soft Skills Planner

Self-Advocacy for Higher Education Course

Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer. Nothing should be construed as legal advice. If you need legal advice consult a lawyer. Although I am a therapist, I’m not your therapist. Any accommodations mentioned may or may not fit for your specific disability needs. All the information contained is for educational and informational purposes only.