The Asian American Legal Advocacy Center of Georgia (AALAC) invites Asian American parents, educators and teens to a seminar from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, May 24, in Duluth on how to get into college and what it takes to be successful there. Korean, Chinese and Vietnamese interpreters will be available.
Some of the topics include:
- How does the college admissions process work in the United States?
- What are colleges looking for in a successful college applicant?
- Does it help or hurt to be Asian American in terms of college acceptance?
- What are issues parents need to know about now to help their teenagers succeed?
Admissions counselors, educators, college students and graduates from Harvard, Princeton, Duke, Kennesaw State and Emory universities will share information in a panel format. A reception will follow the seminar where parents and teens can meet the panelists, ask questions, and obtain materials.
Admission is free, but advance registration is requested at email@example.com.
The Asian American Legal Advocacy Center Inc. of Georgia is dedicated to promoting the civil, social and economic rights of Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, and Asian-ethnic refugees in Georgia and the Southeast. To learn more, visit www.aalegal.org.