—NACAC member Bryan Rutledge, writing for Admitted about the
reasons students may choose to pursue a gap year. Rutledge is director
of college counseling at Woodward Academy (GA).
—NACAC member Beth Gilfillan, writing for Admitted about the
reasons college counseling training should be a priority. Gilfillan is
an assistant professor of counseling at Bowling Green State University
(OH) who previously worked for 10 years as a school counselor in
—NACAC member Edward “Eddie” Pickett III, writing for Admitted about his work with students. Pickett is a college counselor and 11/12 dean at Polytechnic School (CA).
—NACAC member Danny Tejada, writing for Admitted about the
challenges his sister faced on her journey to college. Tejada is the
director of college counseling at Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill School
—NACAC member Lauren Cook, writing for Admitted about the practices colleges follow when notifying students of their admission decisions. Cook is dean of college and gap year advising at the Jewish Community High School of the Bay (CA).
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