Daria Rockholz – May 28, 2014 If you want to get an edge on the college application process, begin by using your summer wisely. During the school year, high school students tend to get busy with their classes, sports, part-time jobs, and social activities, leaving little time for the college application process itself. This may … Read More
Majoring in the Rest of Your Life: College Knowledge for Students with Special Learning Needs Upcoming Workshop: October 29, 2013 Applying to college and transitioning to a more independent environment can present challenges for most young people – a process that becomes even more difficult for students with special needs. Learning to self-advocate requires specialized … Read More
Read about Isabel Zayas, a Wilton student who has created a new group aimed at raising awareness about mental health here.
We’re all proud of Stephanie, a former client and current graduate student at Fordham University’s School of Social Work. Read more about her impressive journalistic work with HIV patients here.
Daria Rockholz – March 21, 2013 The Independent Small Programs Alliance (ISPA) celebrated its 7th Anniversary with a reception in conjunction with the Independent Educational Consultants Conference in Boston on May 4th, 2012. The Reception was held at Morton’s Seaport in Boston and was attended by over 100 Educational Consultants and members of ISPA. The … Read More