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Cutting Back to Improve Teen Mental Health; Listener Q&A

Getting In A College Coach Conversation
Sally Ganga

Written by Sally Gangaon June 1st, 2022

I started my career as an assistant director of admission at Reed College, my alma mater, where I ran the transfer program. From there, I went to Whittier College as an associate director, and then moved on to The University of Chicago, again as associate director, where I was in charge of the application reading process and the awarding of our top merit scholarships. The diversity of my experience was very helpful when I transferred to the high school side, where I assisted students applying to colleges at all levels of selectivity.
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Students these days are frequently involved in as many activities outside of the classroom as classes they’re taking inside it. A social worker and teen parent joins today’s show to discuss how cutting back can help improve mental health. In Office Hours, we’re answering listeners’ college finance and admissions questions. To listen to other episodes, visit Getting In: A College Coach Conversation on VoiceAmerica or search for us on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. While you’re there, please leave us a rating or review! We appreciate your feedback.

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