Virtual College Fair

JUNE 18, 2021

Visit with representatives from colleges and businesses, hear tips and advice—and get your questions answered!

Don’t Do It Alone

Getting your student ready for college can seem like a daunting challenge, but we’re here to help! HEAV’s annual College—now gone virtual—is your “can’t miss” opportunity to connect with homeschool friendly colleges!

Scholarships - June 18 - 9 a.m.

with Jean Burk

Jean Burk
Jean Burk

Jean Burk is the author of the award-winning College Prep Genius program and has had numerous articles published about the SAT and PSAT tests, high school prep, college prep, and how to get free college. She is a Fox News contributor and has been featured as an SAT expert on ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, and many other news shows.

She homeschooled both her children and they each earned free college and incredible scholarships because of their PSAT and SAT scores. Some of the benefits included full tuition, room and board, unlimited laundry and lunchroom passes, study abroad stipends, etc. Her son also earned free law school and her daughter earned free grad school.

She currently travels and speaks about the importance of college preparation at conventions, book fairs, schools, libraries, etc. She has taught her revolutionary, award-winning “Master the SAT” Prep Class all over the United States, mainland China, India, Hong Kong, Puerto Rico and Thailand. Her program is presented in-person, through eCourses and virtual boot camps at collegeprepgenius.com. Students have raised their SAT as much as 700 points and ACT 9 points! Her program is the official test prep program used at HSLDA. Her Vocabcafé book series helps teenagers and younger children increase their knowledge of SAT level vocabulary words through fun and wholesome books and her “High School Prep Genius” book won the “Blue Ribbon Award” for the best and favorite college prep resource!

Connect

Connect with colleges actively recruiting homeschoolers.

Learn

Get practical information geared for homeschool students.

Meet

Meet with college reps and get answers to your questions.

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Learn

Visit the colleges booths and learn about your available options!

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Attend

The college fair on March 19 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Join in the presentations.

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Connect

Chat with college reps, ask questions, and find out what you need to know.

Register Now and Access All This:

Missed the March or April Keynotes?
It’s Not Too Late—Watch Them Now.

“Questions, Not Answers, Are the Key to Figuring Out Your Future”

by Jonathan Brush of Unbound

Choosing Your Major and Understanding Your Aptitude

by LaNissir James of HSLDA

All About Dual Enrollment

by Joy Moore of Moore Home Schooling

3 Simple Steps to Making the Most of Your Time at the Fair

1. Sign Up

Make sure you don’t miss a single part of the Fair. Sign up now!

2. Do Your Homework

In the days before the fair, browse the participating colleges. Watch their videos. Review their sessions and note those that interests you. Schedule 1:1 meetings with them.

3. Log In and Watch Your Live Sessions

Once you’re logged in, you’ll see the sessions on the college profile pages

Launching Your College Career

Check out these articles to help you plan your “launch.”

Considering College by Jonathan Brush

Navigating the College Route by Jason M. Smith

Building a College Resume by Jason M. Smith