Monday, September 25, 2017

FREE College Planning Workshop


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Dear Guidance Counselor,

At New Jersey Natural Gas (NJNG), we understand how rising college costs can impact our customers so together with the Brookdale Community College we’re sponsoring a FREE College Planning Workshop. Premier college admissions expert, Peter Van Buskirk, will share his 25 years of experience and valuable insights on a successful college search, the application and admissions process and finding financial aid opportunities. And, there will be ample opportunity to ask questions at the end of the program.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017
6:30 to 8:30 p.m.Brookdale Community College
Student Life Center

Light refreshments served.
Don’t let your students miss out on this informative and rewarding FREE program. I have attached a PDF to post to your Web site. And, upon request, I will provide an e-mail blast for you to send or postcards for you to distribute. Seating is limited, so e-mail me today or call me at 732-938-1035. We look forward to seeing you, your students and their parents at this valuable workshop!

PS  Spread the word – attendees will be eligible for prizes valued from $20 to $90!
Winners must be present to claim the prize.


Carolyn E. Cannon
Senior Customer Relations Coordinator
New Jersey Natural Gas
732-938-1035 phone

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

University of Notre Dame NJ Information Nights

PSA Contest for Youth Suicide Prevention

Siena College Live Video Chat Tonight

Siena College is hosting a live admissions chat at tonight at 7:00 p.m. 

We will cover an array of timely topics such as prepping for the college admissions process, Siena's application requirements, merit scholarships and more.

Please encourage your students and their parents to attend—especially those interested in Siena!

They can sign-up at


Ned, Katie, Jen, Jim, Dale, Marie, Charlieann, Colin, Soha, Sean, and Lindsay
Siena College Office of Admissions

Monday, September 18, 2017

Learn About Seton Hall's New Sports Media Program

Dear School Counselor,
With alumni like Bob Ley, Dick Vitale and Bill Rafferty calling national games and working for the likes of ESPN, great minds from Seton Hall are already well represented in the world of sports journalism. But that presence is about to get even bigger.
Seton Hall is launching a new Sports Media program to be led by veteran journalist B.J. Schecter, former executive editor of Sports Illustrated and The interdisciplinary program will be part of the College of Communications and the Arts, and will incorporate the expertise and resources of several University programs, including the Center for Sport Management and the Seton Hall Sports Poll.
Schecter, a member of Seton Hall's Professionals-in-Residence Program, has more than 25 years of experience in sports media, and is currently the editorial director for Baseball America. He will not only design and lead the new program, but help organize symposia, conferences and roundtable discussions related to sports.
Like our other academic programs, hands-on learning will be key component of Sports Media. Aspiring journalists will hone their reporting skills at The Setonian, our award-winning student newspaper, and produce shows and announce on air for WSOU, our #1-ranked college radio station in the country. Students also have access to more than 17,000 internship opportunities at employers like ABC, NBC, SportsNet New York and The New York Times.
With opportunities like this, there's no limit to what great minds can do in the world of sports. Encourage your students to apply to Seton Hall today!
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Seton Hall University

P.S. Your students can come experience Seton Hall in person. They can sign up for an Open House on Sunday, October 15 or Sunday, November 19 and speak with faculty, current students and admission officials. Register today!