036 Getting Your Teens Ready for College w/ Emma B. Perez

October 12, 2021

 

Welcome!

Even though my oldest just started high school, our family has been talking a lot more about college lately.

Suddenly those “someday” plans don’t seem so far off.

And, as is everything with our firstborn, this is new territory. Even though my wife and I both went to college, a lot has changed since then and we want to make sure we’re doing everything we can to set our kids up for success.

And this is why I was so excited to talk with this week’s podcast guest, Emma Perez. Emma is a mentor who specializes in helping teens and young adults craft who they want to be and how they will impact the world.

Listen to episode 36 as we talk about:

  • Questions to ask to help your teen clarify what they want to do
  • The pros and cons of taking a gap year
  • Various ways to save for college (and how to avoid surprise expenses)

And more!

Whether you have a teen or simply like to plan ahead, episode 36 is full of practical tips that can help you (and your teen) start planning today.

Resources!

Emma’s Website: http://www.emmabperez.com/

Emma’s Instagram:    https://www.instagram.com/emmabperez/

 

Links Discussed in the episode:

 
 
Avoid Surprise College Costs: http://www.emmabperez.com/6wayslandingpage.html 
 
And here’s Road to College for juniors and seniors: http://www.emmabperez.com/road2college.html 
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