Transitions to College


Overview
Success Boston photo 2The Transitions to College Course is designed to prepare students for the transition from high school to college and enable them to be self-sustaining, successful college students. This curriculum will focus on 4 key areas: Accessing Campus Resources; Adjusting to College Life: Time Management; Start Smart: Financial Aid; and Career Awareness. Understanding the basics of these 4 content areas are essential to the success of students in the first several weeks of transitioning to college, and the curriculum aims to develop skills such as self-advocacy, critical thinking and resourcefulness. Teachers and guidance counselors will also have the opportunity to lead workshops and share the curriculum in an effort to develop the program and grow awareness among staff and students.

Adjusting to College Life Workshop

Adjusting to College Life - Student Transition

Time Management Questionnaire


For additional information or support with Adjusting to College Life: Balancing Class Selection with Time Management, please contact:


University of Massachusetts Boston
Office of Academic Support Services & Undergraduate Studies
617-287-6115


Career Awareness Workshop

Four-year college plan

Best Bet Template

Career Awareness Powerpoint

Earning potential for educational attainment

Facilitator Guide

Holland Code Color Visuals and Majors

Full Holland Code Test

Sample Best Bet Profile

MA Jobs and Wages


For additional information or support with College to Career: Career Awareness: An Action Plan for Your Career Path, contact:

Boston Private Industry Council
Post-Secondary Transitions Program
617-423-3755


Connecting to Campus Workshop

Campus Supports

Connecting to Campus and Accessing Supports

In Their Own Words


For additional information or support with Connecting to Campus: Getting the Support You Need, please contact:

Boston Public Schools
Office of High School Support
617-635-8802

Start Smart Financial Aid Workshop

Financial Aid Lesson Plan

Start Smart Presentation

Timeline Month Cards


For additional information or support with Start Smart: Beginning College on the Right Foot, please contact:

uAspire
Boston, MA Office
617-778-7195

Transitions to College Course Student Survey

Student Evaluations


Student Interviews

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For general questions or for help scheduling a workshop, please contact Jodi Then at 617-290-6722 or via email at jthen@boston.k12.ma.us.


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