College Readiness Workshops

In an effort to serve constituents and partners across the state, the College Access Initiative is able to deliver a variety of services, including College Readiness sessions, described below. Each session is designed to empower, educate, and equip students with information, resources and necessary skills for college readiness.

The sessions are interactive and can be condensed or expanded to accommodate any size group and any timeframe (30-45 minutes, 1-hour, 2-hours, etc.) Sessions can also be customized for specific events or needs.

Our services are available to schools at no cost.


This workshop is designed to help students better understand the ACT while providing a general overview of the test with facilitated conversations about different ways to approach the test to increase the likelihood of a better score.
This presentation is designed to help students get started with the college application process. We cover the various components, appropriate responses, and importance of meeting deadlines.
This presentation is targeted specifically to 8th and 9th grade students. Students will learn about college and how they can best use their time throughout high school to prepare for post high school.
This presentation is designed to give students and/or parents an overview of the federal and state aid processes and important deadlines as well as how to start searching for scholarships.
This workshop is designed to help students learn about the importance of making a good first impression while providing them with tools and hands-on practice to help them improve how they portray themselves in person and in writing.
This workshop is designed to help students learn the importance of a growth mindset in relation to setting goals. Students will set a S.M.A.R.T. goal, create an action plan, as well as identify useful resources and their support system.
This presentation is for students interested in playing NCAA Division I, II, or III collegiate sports. It breaks down basic concepts of NCAA eligibility and their to-do list for college while being in high school.
This workshop uses hands-on activities to engage students in the importance of time management and how they can implement time management strategies in their everyday lives.
This workshop is designed to help students identify relevant personal content about themselves that they can use to personalize and make their scholarship essays memorable. We also offer tips on what scholarship essay reviewers may look for in an essay.


Want to request a workshop?

Fill out the workshop request form and send it to For more information on workshops, contact the College Access Initiative at

Workshop Request form