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Kampus Insights Press Releases

Kampus Insights is proud and excited to announce three free college planning workshops  to be held within the last three months of the year 2017 at West Melbourne Public Library -2755 Wingate  Blvd ,Melbourne ,FL 32904 and Franklin T Degroodt Public Library located at 6475 Minton Rd, Palm Bay,FL32908 both in Brevard County. Kampus Insights is honored to co-sponsor these educational sessions with their local community libraries. Education is a critical investment in the future of our youth and we desire to play our part in helping families and high school students be empowered through the college admission process states, Olivia Williams lead educational consultant.  

At Kampus Insights, there is a commitment to promoting the emotional, spiritual, physical, and academic success of students.  This company was started in 2010 with the goal of impacting their community by providing the tools and mindset necessary to find a college that best fits a student and that will be a bases for a student’s future prospects.

       In the month of October the topic of financial aid planning will be elaborated on, this is timely with the FAFSA opening up for high school seniors on October 1, 2017. The goal of the session is to determine the formula used to determine financial aid and to determine what colleges offer the best type of aid based on the needs of the student.  The prospect of paying for college may seem intimidating, but with proper planning, it doesn’t have to be.

      In the month of November college admission basics will be highlighted on, such as creating a college lists, essay requirements, how to research colleges, and standard test preparation. Lastly, in the month of December we will discuss how to explore careers before applying for college. The workshop will focus on the purpose of career assessments, how to determine which degrees match up with a student’s career options, and how to find a college that aligns with those career interests. Please visit kampusinsights.com/events for exact times and dates. You may register by calling 321.337.0323 or registering online at Kampusinsights.com/events.

 

Palm Bay, Florida – July 27, 2017: Kampus Insights is a college planning business that provides visionary guidance for high school students to gain long term college success.  Kampus Insights is thrilled to announce its initiative on offering college planning services to sophomore, juniors, and seniors in Brevard County, Florida. Kampus Insights provides a comprehensive set of services to guide and advise students through their college admissions process.

At Kampus Insights, there is a commitment to promoting the emotional, spiritual, physical, and academic success of students.  This company was started in 2010 with the goal of impacting their community by providing the tools and mindset necessary to find a college that best fits a student and that will be a bases for a student’s future prospects.

       In the month of October the topic of financial aid planning will be elaborated on, this is timely with the FAFSA opening up for high school seniors on October 1, 2017. The goal of the session is to determine the formula used to determine financial aid and to determine what colleges offer the best type of aid based on the needs of the student.  The prospect of paying for college may seem intimidating, but with proper planning, it doesn’t have to be.

      In the month of November college admission basics will be highlighted on, such as creating a college lists, essay requirements, how to research colleges, and standard test preparation. Lastly, in the month of December we will discuss how to explore careers before applying for college. The workshop will focus on the purpose of career assessments, how to determine which degrees match up with a student’s career options, and how to find a college that aligns with those career interests. Please visit kampusinsights.com/events for exact times and dates. You may register by calling 321.337.0323 or registering online at Kampusinsights.com/events.

Olivia Williams releases her new book, a University survival guide that has been long sought by students for a smooth transition into college life.
New York, NY (July 18th, 2015) — Release of the book “Kampus Insights to the Max” has come as a relief to many students heading off to college as it prepares them to take on the challenges of a university education thereby affirming a successful college life. This university survival guide helps students make informed decisions without all the anxiety that is otherwise so common in getting a new education. It has everything a student needs to create a viable plan of action to begin and finish college without the worry of committing mistakes. Not only does it help a student choose the best path for education, it also assists them to improve leadership skills that they can employ in their future endeavors.

The book provides a 5 year plan for college success that includes some of these useful pointers:

  • The major planning mistakes most college grads make
  • How to take the fewest classes to get a degree
  • Deciphering professor expectations and how to get an A
  • Financial aid tips and common pitfalls
  • How to schedule classes for your personal learning style
  • A month-by-month guide all the way through your degree

It a very comprehensive guide that gives the student, easily comprehendible and executable information. 

About Olivia Williams:-

Olivia Williams is a prominent college speaker, coach and trainer who is constantly trying to help students become more competitive in their fields.  Her primary goal is student leadership development and so develops training programs for campus planning boards. She has conducted several student leadership workshops in America, the Caribbean and Africa.  With an experience of over 12 years in leadership training and college student success, she understands the needs of students and has thus been able to help many. She believes she can motivate people hence enunciates, “I believe the power is in you”.