CIT Merit Money Expert Suzy Fallon Q + A: What Every Family Should Do Right Now to Maximize Offers

CIT consultant and merit aid specialist Suzy Fallon Q + A:  The hands-down best source of merit scholarships, the long arc of the merit scholarship process during the application year, and what every family must do right now to maximize merit offers ————————————————————————— Q: Families are as concerned as they ever have been about paying…

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List Building Toward Three Career Paths: Physical/Occupational Therapy and Athletic Training, written by CIT Consultant Tiffany Kolb

Written by CIT Consultant Tiffany Kolb Becoming a doctor is not your only option! Explore careers in Physical and Occupational Therapy and Athletic Training.  A torn ACL, repaired by surgery and followed up with months of physical therapy, is not an ideal experience for a high school athlete. However, an experience like this can increase…

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Direct vs. Pre-Business Admissions and List Building with CIT Consultant Susan Whalen

Students who are building a list around the ever-popular business major have a variety of controlling factors to consider while researching specific programs. Among the most important of these factors is the element of Direct Admission. Some colleges of business allow students to apply for the business major immediately – Direct Admission – while others…

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DECA, or Distributive Education Clubs of America with CIT Consultant Paige Feldman

Written by CIT Consultant Paige Feldman Visualize a high school classroom buzzing with energy. Hannah, a confident senior, stands in front of her peers, delivering a compelling presentation on market trends. Her audience is captivated, hanging on to every word. This is no ordinary class assignment; it’s a DECA practice session. Hannah’s journey in DECA…

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