Searching for a college through a Jewish Lens
This dynamic webinar with 3 college admissions counselors presented critical issues that Jewish high school students should consider when applying to and choosing colleges. They each shared a unique perspective about the process of applying to college in today’s campus climate and offered terrific takeaways to keep top of mind during the entire process.
Laura Hosid has guided hundreds of high school students through the college admissions process since starting at Vinik EPS in 2012, after seven years of work in higher education and a brief career as a practicing lawyer. Laura is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and the New York University School of Law. Before coming to Vinik EPS, Laura worked at the Georgetown University Law Center where she served as an Associate Director of the Office of Career Services. She also spent the Spring 2018 and Fall 2019 semesters working part-time as the interim pre-law adviser at Georgetown University’s Cawley Career Education Center.
For more information, visit Laura Hosid’s website.
Dana Ponsky’s unique background in college and graduate school admissions, career counseling, and student development services at both the high school and collegiate level, along with her entrepreneurial endeavors spans nearly twenty years. This perspective provides 9th -12th students, college students, and families, based in the US and abroad, with the tools and resources to learn not just what it takes to have a great application to get into college, but most importantly, what is needed to ensure long-term success in college and beyond.
For more information, visit Dana Ponsky’s website.