Cyndy’s Blog

Top 5 Tips for Making Your Next Conference Successful

Going to a conference is like going to Disney World- it is exciting and lots of fun!  Yet- to make the most of it you need to plan. Follow these five tips for making the most from each conference you are attending! Plan ahead Divide and conquer Network...
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Part 4: Add Context to Recruiting List and Target the Level of Competition

Our guest blogger, Katie Andersen of College Fit specializes in working with student athletes.  Katie has been sharing her approach to guiding student athletes through the college planning process, incorporating athletics as one component of the best...
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Students with Learning Differences Spotlight

For students, finding the right fit college is their key to success.  For students with learning differences, it is even more imperative to find the right school, with the right program, for a successful transition. Join two renowned experts in learning...
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A College’s Legacy of Making A Difference

Author’s note: Cyndy McDonald usually represents GuidedPath at the IECA conference each May. Due to William Woods University’s graduation, Cyndy McDonald (or a GuidedPath representative) will not be at the conference. We will be there in spirit!...
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Liberal Arts Education: Is it Relevant anymore?

In our past webinar series, we posed the question, “Is Liberal Arts Education: Is it Outdated?”.  The executive director of Colleges That Change Lives, Maria Furtado, emphatically and empirically showed why a liberal arts education is relevent...
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PART 3: Evaluate Academic Fit for Student-Athletes

In  the second blog, Determine Academic Eligibility, I discussed academic eligibility, which is different from finding the best academic fit for a student-athlete. Many student-athletes believe if they are athletically talented the recruiting doors should...
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