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College Depot offers great college prep workshops for homeschoolers and teens

Homeschooling families need to diligently wear the hat of “school guidance counselor” since they don’t have the same access to school personnel to guide them as the public and private school counterparts.  It is a great idea to take advantage of the community based programs that provide assistance in understanding the multitude of things needed for getting into college.

College Depot is an organization based in the Burton Barr Library in Phoenix, Arizona, which offers an amazing array of services for the college bound–homeschooler, private or public high school student, returnees to school to “reinvent” themselves and their careers.  Services include free access to computer software for college and career exploration, resources on financial aid and scholarships, and workshops on many aspects of the college application process.

Don’t forget to RSVP for the upcoming College Depot workshops: (for questions call 602-261-8847)

Thursday, February 17  5:30-6:30 PM

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