NSHSS and our partners are working hard to create online learning resources to help you stay in the academic game during these unusual times related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Joining these webinars is a great way to keep your focus on the future. Check back often as we will be adding new webinars regularly.
On Earth Day this year, NSHSS will host a virtual screening of the documentary film “I Am Greta” followed by an intergenerational conversation between climate activists, scholars, and educators. Register to join us for this vital conversation.
Through case studies, data from scientific research, and a wealth of experience, presenter Anjali Maazel will share the dos and don'ts of an optimal application process. You will learn practical tips for reducing stress, enhancing acceptances and scholarships, and igniting excitement about the future.
Join this webinar to discover all summer remote opportunities with NSHSS partner McGill University. The team will present all summer offerings, admission requirements, student services, and more!
Join Jennifer Speegle, Associate Director of Writing and College Advising at MedSchoolCoach, as she provides strategy on crafting your personal statement for med school admissions.
In this webinar, you'll get the latest guidance as far as will students need to submit SAT or ACT scores, the best timeline for taking the the SAT/ACT/PSAT, the differences between the SAT and ACT, understanding PSAT scores, and more.
In this exclusive webinar, find out how you can start planning your gap year, the life-changing benefits of studying abroad, and what to look out for when choosing a program in 2021.
Paying for college doesn’t have to be overwhelming. If college is in your future, join this webinar where our partner Sallie Mae will show you how to create a workable plan to pay for college.
Join us online for an important conversation with Cyndi Menegaz, National Program Director at SMARTTRACK® College Funding, where you'll learn that you can significantly lower out-of-pocket costs, maximize grants and scholarships, and use your resources in a more affordable way to finance college.
This series will highlight a different recipient each month where they will share the impact that receiving an NSHSS scholarship has made on their academic career, nonprofit organization, invention, or community-based project.