FREE, LIVE ZOOM WEBINAR:
“Five Time-Management Tips for Teen Summer Success”
› June 11, 2023, from 7:00 to 7:45 pm PST
This free, live webinar is for parents in search of fresh time-management strategies for their teens.
Summer is an ideal time for students to practice time management. For many teens who rely on their phones or parents to get through the day, time is abstract. Yet if they can learn new tools and practice techniques without the added stress of schoolwork, teens can use summertime to become more autonomous and organized for next semester and beyond.
About the Webinar
Join experts Beth Samuelson, M.A., founder of SOS4Students, and Dr. Amy Morgenstern, Ph.D., founder of Blue Stars Admissions Consulting, for this session and learn how to:
- Introduce simple organizational tools and techniques to teens during summer break
- Shift time-management over to their teens so they can begin the “adulting” process
- Collaborate with their teen on fun time-management exercises.
Register for Webinar
Register today for this free, live webinar at the Blue Stars Admissions Consulting website. Space is limited.
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Meet the Experts
BETH SAMUELSON, M.A.
Founder & Director of SOS4Students
Beth Samuelson’s work educating and supporting teens, young adults, and parents spans more than 25 years, including the development of a unique model of one-on-one executive function coaching as well as student workshops, advocacy, teacher training, parent workshops, and on-site school programs. SOS4Students is one of the most well-known providers of executive function coaching and related services in the San Francisco Bay area.
DR. AMY MORGENSTERN
Blue Stars Admissions Consulting
Dr. Amy Morgenstern leads a small, close-knit team of highly experienced coaches who guide students to their dream schools while focusing on teen personal growth. An award-winning writer, former professor of philosophy, and honors program associate director, she holds a Ph.D. in philosophy and an MFA in contemporary art. Dr. M is currently working on a book connecting ancient Greek philosophical wisdom to the college planning journey.