Personal Discovery & Planning Workshop

For 8th, 9th, 10th Graders and Parents

“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail” – Ben Franklin

The PrepMaven Strategic Planning Workshop is led by our co-founders and is designed for 8th, 9th, and 10th graders (and their parents/guardians).

 

The goal of this workshop is to help your child become the best version of himself/herself. We help students understand the qualities that will make them successful in LIFE. Our approach also sets your child up for college admissions success. 

 

How can my child become unique/distinct/interesting? How to develop character and concern for others? What are admissions officers really looking for? What things should my child be focusing on? What should I be doing and when? We’ll address all these questions (and more) in our one-of-a-kind workshop. 

 

In just one afternoon, we will work with you and your child to:

  1.  Re-frame your perspective about college admissions
  2.  Set personal goals and evaluate strengths, weaknesses, and interests
  3.  Help you put together a plan of action for academic excellence and extracurricular distinction
  4.  Teach you a framework for approaching college preparation that you’ll be able to use after our workshop 

 

This 3-hour workshop has the potential to be one of the most impactful experiences of your child’s high school career.

PLAN FOR SUCCESS & SECURE YOUR SPOT TODAY!

Special Pricing This Summer Only

Limited Availability

 

PrepMaven Strategic Planning Workshops 2017

Session #1 – Saturday 7/15, 1 to 4 pm (Princeton, NJ): $500 –> $199

 

Session #2 – Saturday 8/12, 1 to 4 pm (Princeton, NJ): $500 –> $199

 

For students in grades: 8, 9, 10 (parental attendance is mandatory)

Location: Princeton Theological Seminary

Tell me more about this strategic plan

The strategic plan is essentially a roadmap that lays out what your child should be doing during his/her high school years. The strategic plan:

  • Ensures that your child is making the most effective use of his/her time
  • Is based off our deep understanding of the college admissions process and what it takes to succeed – academically, professionally and beyond
  • Incorporates your child’s individual goals, strengths, and interests

 

You will walk away from this workshop with a draft strategic plan, but the real value is in the knowledge gained through the planning process.

 

The strategic plan is not meant to be a rigid, prescriptive plan. It will evolve over time as your child’s strengths and interests evolve.

Who will be leading these workshops?

Our workshops will be led by co-founders Kevin Wong and Greg Wong. They have over 20 years of education experience and have helped thousands of students.

 

Greg and Kevin were engineering majors at Princeton and had successful careers as strategy consultants and hedge fund operators. They now apply their data and research-backed problem solving skills to the college preparation process.

 

Over the years, Greg and Kevin have worked with an increasing number of private clients to dispel misconceptions about the admissions process and to create comprehensive strategic plans.

 

Their unique approach places a heavy emphasis on personal development, character, and service as key components of college admissions success.

Greg Wong and Kevin Wong

Why is parental (or guardian) attendance mandatory?

This workshop is designed for BOTH you and your children. This program only works if everybody is on the same page and working towards the same goal.

 

By incorporating your child in the planning process, they will also develop a sense of ownership and self-motivation. As the parent, your job is to guide and support your child as they execute their plan.

PLAN FOR SUCCESS & SECURE YOUR SPOT TODAY!

Special Pricing This Summer Only

Limited Availability

 

PrepMaven Strategic Planning Workshops 2017

Session #1 – Saturday 7/15, 1 to 4 pm (Princeton, NJ): $500 –> $199

 

Session #2 – Saturday 8/12, 1 to 4 pm (Princeton, NJ): $500 –> $199

 

For students in grades: 8, 9, 10 (parental attendance is mandatory)

Location: Princeton Theological Seminary