Your Teen For Parents and Ohio’s 529 Plan, CollegeAdvantage, have teamed up to offer Destination→College, an 8-week webinar series that will help guide parents through preparing for education after high school for their children.
Like saving for your child’s higher education in Ohio’s 529 Plan, it’s never too early and never too late to start planning and preparing for their future post-secondary educational needs. Whether you have a newborn or a high school student in your home, now is the perfect time to take advantage of the experts you have access to through Your Teen. Destination→College is a great line-up of topics and speakers to help you navigate the entire college process. Each webinar will help you figure out your higher education game plan.
The webinars are held at 8 p.m. EST every Wednesday, starting on March 8. A recording will be available for each of the eight sessions so if you miss one, you will still be able to access the valuable information shared in each webinar. The sessions are:
Session 1: Beginning the College Application Process
8 p.m. EST Wednesday, March 8
Speakers: Nat Smitobol and Belinda Wilkerson
Session 2: Finding the Best Schools For You
8 p.m. EST Wednesday, March 15
Speakers: Timothy Fields and Allison Slater Tate
Session 3: Navigating Test Prep
8 p.m. EST Wednesday, March 22
Speakers: Jenn Jessie and Susan Valverde
Session 4: Insider Tips
8 p.m. EST Wednesday, March 29
Speakers: Mark Salisbury and Neeta Valaab
Session 5: Saving For College
8 p.m. EST Wednesday, April 5
Speakers: Tim Gorrell (Executive Director of Ohio’s 529 Plan), Nancy Dunn, and Nat Smitobol
Session 6: Understanding What Happens Once You Click Submit
8 p.m. EST Wednesday, April 11
Jon Boeckenstedt, Rick Clark, and Nicole Curvin
Session 7: Nailing the Application
8 p.m. EST Wednesday April 19
Speakers: Sylvia Borgo and Tom Campbell
Session 8: Getting Real About Mental Health in College
8 p.m. EST Wednesday, April 26
Speakers: Betsy Chapman, Ph.D. and Sherra Watkins, Ph.D.
For more than 33 years, Ohio’s 529 Plan has been helping families across the nation save for their children’s higher education. Ohio’s 529 Plan covers qualified costs at any four-year college or university, two-year community college, trade or vocational school, apprenticeship approved by the U.S. Labor Department, or certificate programs, or continuing education classes nationwide that accepts federal financial aid. Learn, plan, and start for as little as $25 today at CollegeAdvantage.com.