Online event brings together potential students, non-profit educational institutions
McLean, Va – Military.com and CollegeWeekLive announced today that registration is open for their upcoming virtual college fair for service members and veterans. The event will be held online from 4 pm to Midnight on June 15, 2016. Those wishing to participate can register onlinenow.
Colleges and universities that will participate include: University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Colorado State University-Global Campus, SUNY Empire State, Thunderbird School of Global Management, Excelsior College, New York University-School of Professional Studies, Northeastern University-College of Professional Studies, and Trevecca Nazarene University among others.
The program will include live sessions with admissions representatives and expert advice on how to make the most of military and veteran education benefits from guest speakers from Military.com, IAVA, and the National Military Family Association. Attendees will be able to ask questions and get advice and information on the unique experience military members have when getting their degrees and using their education benefits.
Founded in 2007, CollegeWeekLive enables students to live chat with admissions representatives and students from hundreds of U.S. universities and to watch presentations from education experts on topics such as mastering the SATs/ACTs, writing a standout college essay, choosing a college, and more.
Colleges and universities interested in participating should email: email@example.com
About CollegeWeekLive CollegeWeekLive is the leading channel where students and colleges chat online. More than one million students from 192 countries rely on CollegeWeekLive to help navigate college admissions. This live channel enables students to have unscripted conversations with college students and admissions counselors from hundreds of colleges and universities. Students, parents, and counselors visit CollegeWeekLive to engage directly with universities at every stage of the enrollment process. For more information, please visit www.collegeweeklive.com.