Back to School Benefit for College Admissions and Tutoring - Introductory Offer From The College Trail
September 29, 2009 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsThe College Trail, a leading provider of College Admissions Coaching, Preparation and Admission Strategies, Tutoring and Standardized Test Preparation announced an introductory offer for its services through midnight pacific time September 30, 2009.
The College Trail (www.thecollegetrail.com) is offering free introductory sessions for new clients who sign up by September 30, 2009. The introductory offer includes either:
- A free introductory Tutoring session, or
- A free College Admissions counseling session
The company provides a full range of services including college admissions strategies, tutor services, specialized math tutoring, specialized tutors for science, languages, and other subjects, college planning, college admissions essay suggestions, test preparation and other related services.
"As students return to school parents are often looking for ideas to help give them an edge in their academic ability or to help determine the right path to college," said Rod Turner, founder and president of The College Trail. "Our track record of over 10 years enables us to help students on the trail to college whether they need math tutoring, a plan designed to help fit their unique skills and goals to the right college, or prepare for testing.
About The College Trail
The College Trail, founded in 1996 by Stanford Engineer and Cornell MBA, Rod Turner, provides students and their families all three components of academic and college admission support:
1. College Planning, Preparation, and Admission Strategies
2. Academic Coaching (tutoring)
3. Standardized Test Preparation
More about the company may be found at www.thecollegetrail.com. Success stories about The College Trail may be found at www.thecollegetrail.com/success_stories.html.
The company also manages social media sites for parents and students to collaborate, share concerns and find solutions to college admissions strategies on Facebook (http://bit.ly/2y5a4V), Twitter (http://twitter.com/thecollegetrail), and LinkedIn (http://bit.ly/pdoVN).