Set yourself up for the best chance of COLLEGE READINESS
Ease the transition into college with these four-day focused workshops on writing a college-level research paper and college readiness skills. These provide a master class experience for any student of ANY age looking to learn the basics or brush-up on much needed skills to survive – and thrive in – the college academic environment. Join us in downtown Spartanburg at our SCC Downtown Campus July 19-22, 2021!
Our Workshops Offer the Secrets to College Success
- Wanting to start college on the right foot?
- Needing to brush up on skills lost during a COVID-related separation from school?
- Hoping to retool and improve your grades while still in high school?
Combine Workshops for 25% Discount
Attend one or COMBINE BOTH workshops - Secrets to College Success - for the best possible preparation for YOUR college journey. Both are led by higher education experts with extensive experience and success with college students.
HOW TO WRITE A COLLEGE-LEVEL PAPER
Mastering the basic formula of writing a strong research paper is a foundational skill in both collegiate and graduate study. In this four-day course students will go from topic to final product while learning the classic steps of narrowing your focus, planning your paper, evaluating sources and using them to support your ideas, outlining, drafting, and editing. Participants will create a research paper and they will leave with the understanding of the essentials of the research and writing process.
COLLEGE READINESS BOOTCAMP
The transition from high school to college is an adjustment. In this four-day course, students will gain a better understanding of their personal strengths and gaps through various self-assessments and start to build skills to set them up for success in their first semester in college. Topics to be covered include: differences between high school and college; time management; understanding your learning styles and personality and enhancing critical academic skills to be a successful student in the classroom.