3-hour Workshop

Saturday, October 7, 2017
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

North Isanti Baptist Church

2248 313th Ave NE
Cambridge, MN 55008

hosted by The Active Homeschool Group of Cambridge

Description: This informative and useful college prep workshop provides a clear strategy for parents to help their students define a career direction and understand affordable college credit options (which can start in middle school!).

Earn a Debt-Free College Degree
Learn how to translate your student’s high school studies into college credit for under $100. Credit-by-exam is a widely accepted alternative to earning credit for introductory college courses and is available to students at any age. Financial Aid, Scholarships, College Costs, PSEO, and the MnTC are other resources you need to know about to develop a completion plan! Gaining a new-found sense of motivation for their current studies, students can save thousands of dollars in college tuition.

7 Steps to Choosing a Career that Fits You!
Choosing a career path is a difficult and sometimes overwhelming decision. Instead of leaving it to chance, be intentional by including career exploration early in your students’ high school years. Students who define their purpose and pathway are more likely to find joy and success in their future goals. This seminar provides parents with the steps and resources needed to be their students’ career coach.

Who should attend? Designed for parents and educators of students in 6th through 12th grades (typically ages 11 through 18 years). Spouse and teens are encouraged to attend with you at no extra charge!

Cost: $25 per family when registering by Sep 30 (comprehensive resource packet included). $35 for registrations submitted after that date.

Registration: Registration information at creditsbeforecollege.com/workshops/ All pre-registered families are guaranteed a comprehensive resource packet. Walk-In Registration is available as long as room capacity allows.

Questions? Contact Cheri.


Information subject to change. Please check with Credits Before College for the most current information.