Educational Workshops for High School Students

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The Wow Factor – Interviewing Communication Skills

First impressions can leave lasting opinions whether in person or in a virtual environment. Students will explore the impact and importance of verbal and non-verbal communication skills on internship, job and college interviews. Students will discuss “Virtual Presentation” and their future outlook. Other topics covered include body language, punctuality, attitude, appropriate attire and resume tips. Regardless of what type of interview you have, you will have the skills and knowledge to be successful in any environment.

The Ultimate College “To-Do” List - Getting Into and Transitioning to College

The thought of getting into and starting college can be an intimidating process for students. Students will receive information about admissions requirements, interview prep questions, essay essentials, resume building, etc. Students will also participate in a “time analysis” of a typical college student’s week, even in pandemic times, and see how the use of their time can change. “College Check List” and “Resume Do’s and Don’ts” Guidebooks are available to help reduce the stress of the process.

Smart Money Moves in College – Personal Finance & Credit

Popular with High School Educators, this presentation covers the critical aspects of personal finance, including students making an investment in themselves as they become college students. The importance of saving and investing for their future, handling credit/debit cards, and understanding the components of their credit score are also covered.

Powerful Public Speaking & Presentation Skills

This seminar is designed to help students overcome their fear of speaking in public and take them to the next level of their presentation skills. Students will learn specific tools for improving their public speaking and presentation skills and will be given techniques to create effective PowerPoint slides. Proper positioning on-camera in the online environment will also be reviewed.

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Program specific presentations are available in the areas of Business, Allied Health, Information Technology, and Digital Media & Marketing. Call 914.831.0200.

Add CW to your FAFSA! CW Federal School Code: 005208

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) is the main form that a student is required to complete to be considered for student assistance from any of the Federal Title IV, HEA programs.