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About The Book

“Absolutely a must. A fabulous resource that meets all levels of relevance.” Chris Hickey Jr., Each One Teach One

“If the work is a portrait of the person that did it, you are a masterpiece!  The book shows how much you care about helping kids and your “think outside the box” message comes through loud and strong.  It should be a must read for EVERY high school counselor and college counselor helping with Financial Aid.  Bravo!” Posey Parker, Executive Director, Linda Lorelle Scholarship Fund

“Wonderfully written resource! Concise, articulate, intelligent, engaging, enlightening, enthusiastic, entertaining and fun! All high school freshman and sophomores need to have this book!” W. Rucker, parent.

“My daughter asked to get a Facebook account. I told her that when she reads your wonderful book and does a book report on it, she can get on Facebook” a Mom in Tyler, Texas.

About Gina

“I would like to thank you for your wonderful assistance in preparing for the college application process. Your assistance with the essays went a long way to helping me get accepted in my first choice school, Boston University…” student, D. McCoy, about Essays Made Easy Workshop.

“I cannot sing your praises enough. You were excellent and the kids were thoroughly engaged. Thank you over and over!” J. Mitchell, Organizer, Jack and Jill of America, about Love U 2: Teens and Their Relationships

“[Ms. Carroll] was very informative! The kids heard exactly what they needed.” parent, about Seven Habits of Highly Effective Freshmen: The High School to College Transition

“Others must hear! How do all college bound students get this information? Wonderful information and great for parents to know, too!” parent, about Seven Habits of Highly Effective Freshmen: The High School to College Transition

“She had a unique perspective on things, which challenged your views- it was great” parent, about Seven Habits of Highly Effective Freshmen: The High School to College Transition

The presentation was really interesting.”

“Very Informative and funny—great at what she does!!!”

“I enjoyed every second!”

“…gave insightful guidance and direction.”

students, about Seven Habits of Highly Effective Freshmen: The High School to College Transition




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