“Glenda and Jane are a dynamic duo. Their presentation combined their expertise, professional insight and curated wisdom on a topic of great interest . . . Carving out an evening to attend the seminar was invaluable and will reap dividends for my family.” MORE TESTIMONIALS HERE.
For ticket information and to purchase, scroll to the bottom of the page.
Jane Kristoffy of Right Track Educational Services
and Glenda Healy of Seeking Scholarships
will be presenting via
LIVE ZOOM VIRTUAL WORKSHOP
September 23, 7-9 p.m.
October 10, 7-9 p.m.
October 20, 7-9 p.m.
November 10, 7-9 p.m.
November 25, 7-9 p.m.
We are two experienced educators determined to share important information about postsecondary planning for your teens.
Parents and teens need this scoop, and the sooner you get it, the better! Combined, our own children have received over $70,000 in scholarships, bursaries, and grants as well as offers to their top choice university programs.
APPLICATION STRATEGIES & FINANCIAL SOLUTIONS
Jane will discuss:
how to craft authentic stand-out applications
career and self awareness discovery strategies
how to create a schools list
Glenda will discuss:
the costs of postsecondary education
sources of funding for university and college
everything you need to know about scholarships, bursaries, and OSAP
NOW is the time to learn about what’s coming up! Don’t wait until the last minute to start research and application strategies, as well as course planning. Join us!
We urge parents of students currently in Grades 9-11 to attend.
Please note: Although your hosts will be able to be viewed, attendees will participate via chat box only.
Cost: $39.99 per ticket (household)
NOV 25 workshop. Register/purchase ticket here.
“Glenda and Jane are a dynamic duo. Their presentation combined their expertise, professional insight and curated wisdom on a topic of great interest. Taking away the mystery and malaise that can come with walking a child to the next stage of their academic pursuits. Carving out an evening to attend the seminar was invaluable and will reap dividends for my family. I’m glad that I chose to attend now while our child is still in Grade 10. With all this practical and applicable information it is never too late or too early to attend a session like this. As a parent, I feel prepared, energized and ready to support my child in her post-secondary academic pursuits. I am now armed with arsenal for the focus and drive toward the next finish line. I’m also excited and confident for my child to succeed in the pursuit of scholarships.” – Jen W., parent of a Grade 10 student
“The Postsecondary Info Night in Toronto was fabulous! As a parent with two teens in high school, I found this session to be invaluable. So much great information was shared, and I know that it was just the tip of the iceberg! Thank you!” – Debbie C., parent of a Grade 11 student
“My son and I loved the presentation that Glenda and Jane did last night. So much amazing info and takeaways.” – Janet F., parent of high school student
“Thank you for a very informative session on postsecondary education funding. I am a recent immigrant to Canada and hence, prior to the session, I did not have any idea of the alternate funding possibilities. Glenda and Jane presented a wealth of information in an authentic and clear manner.” – Viswanath V., parent of a high school student
Glenda Healy is an educator and researcher, whose goal is to help parents and students find financial aid for postsecondary education. She can help you prepare for, and find, scholarships, bursaries, and awards for university, college, and trade programs.
Glenda is the owner of Seeking Scholarships which distributes The Scholarship Report to hundreds of high schools in Ontario. She has taught English to Senior students, editing hundreds of English essays, including those for scholarship applications. Glenda is the mother of two children in university who have been the recipients of many scholarships, bursaries, and awards!
For Jane’s bio, see here.
**Jane and Glenda have four children between them: Three who have applied to postsecondary programs and for financial awards, and one teen who is still in high school.