EVANSTON — Representatives of Evanston High School announced it has scheduled Making It Count’s “Making College & Career Count” presentation for its senior class. Making It Count, an educational service provider for students and parents, and a business unit of Monster Worldwide Inc., is providing the free 50-minute presentation on Monday, Oct. 22, from 9:40 to 10:30 a.m. in the Evanston High School auditorium.
Making College & Career Count is designed to help students begin to think about their next steps upon graduation, and what they need to accomplish throughout the upcoming years in order to maximize their opportunities for future success. The program also addresses important issues such as time management, choosing career paths, gaining experience through internships and meaningful work experience and study skills.
“Graduation from high school is a key transition period in a student’s life,” said Making It Count’s vice president and general manager, J.R. Cifani. “Our goal with this program is to provide a success map so that students can successfully navigate the transition from high school to the college or career of their choice.”
Key content and supporting materials for the “Making College & Career Count” presentation can be found at www.makingitcount.com. The website offers a wide variety of tools and resources for current and future high school students.