COLLEGE TRANSITION WORKSHOP Are you ready? A Workshop for Parents and Their Junior/Senior Students 60% of first year college students wish they had been more emotionally prepared for college 879( a of first year students said college preparation focused more on academic than emotional readiness.* This can lead to: Let's face it: The transition to college is tough! And the regularly consuming drugs and alcohol application process is just the beginning! fre you ready? a lower GPA taking a leave of absence rating the college experience as terrible or poor In this workshop for parents and their junior/senior students participants wll learn Why it is important to prepare for the non-academic transition to college What social and emotional stressors keep students from succeeding in college How to assess which college is the right fit (and what you should really be asking on those college tours) How to negotiate and balance new independence To build a toolkit of healthy coping skills to manage and respond to stress April 25, 2019 6:15 7:30 pm Nathanael B. Green Community Center 32 Church Street, Guilford, CT $10 per family (students & parents) Includes dinner To register please contact GY&FS at 203-453-8047 This activity is sponsored by the CT Networks of Care for Suicide Prevention Grant (SM062916), in association with the CT Suicide Advisory Board, administered by the CT Departments of Mental Health and Addiction Services, Children and Families and Public Health, and funded by the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.