A Transition to College Summer Cohorts

Virtual college

This is a summer-long cohort to help promote college readiness skills. There will be two cohorts. One cohort for upper high school students and another for college students. Each week students will explore a theme within a group of age-appropriate peers. Each cohort will be lead by an EEC Executive Function Coach.


  • Summer planning → summer classes – college / high school / getting a job / Calendar use.
  • Independent skills
  • Advocacy skills
  • College skills – exploration
  • College skills – action plan
  • Matching skills to careers
  • Matching careers to college degrees
  • Matching college degrees to the right college
  • Transition to next school year

During the last week students will be automatically enrolled in Crushing College; organize, physical and virtual materials, calendar/ schedule, syllabus, prepared for class – mentally, physically and emotionally | managing distractions – cell phones, roommates and gaming | note-taking – virtual and paper | Planning for the long term and short term assignment, emotional regulation ( how to manage the stress and anxiety of college life?), red flags, and resilience (tutors, academic centers and coaching) | self-care – diet, exercise, and friendships.

Students will explore interests and develop skills in these areas.

  • Goal-setting skills
  • Time management skills
  • Reading skills
  • Notetaking skills
  • Research skills
  • Self-advocacy skills
  • Personal interests
  • Future planning skills
  • College readiness skills

Starts July 6th – August 21st from 10:30am – 11:30am
Tuesday and Thursday
6o minutes
8 weeks
Groups of 3 – 6 students
Cost for groups: $800