Hear Jill Speak
An enthusiastic and passionate speaker, Jill loves sharing her perspective on the journey to college and her detailed knowledge about the application and selection process.
If you are a PTA/PTO or a school administrator, consider having Jill speak at a meeting or Professional Development day. Jill can come into the classroom to speak with students about the process. As a former school counselor, Jill brings a topical presentation to any school setting.
Jill also delivers informative and engaging presentations to community centers, churches, and synagogues.
If you'd like to hire Jill for an upcoming meeting or event, please click below and send us details about where and when you would like her to speak. We will get back to you shortly to answer any questions and make arrangements.
Jill joins NYT bestselling author Jeff Selingo to discuss his informative new book, Who Gets In and Why.
Using Jeff's inside access as a backdrop, the interactive webinar addressed the impact
of Covid-19 on college admissions.
Jill discusses the Demonstrating Interest factor
in college admissions with Garden City High School.
Handling the Uncertainty Around Covid-19
Jill gave an informative presentation about handling the uncertainty around COVID-19 and the impact on the college process.
During a family workshop with high school students and their parents, Jill suggests that families carve out time each week to discuss the college application process.
Jill speaks with high school students and their families. Here, Jill answers an audience member's question about whether it's better to take regular classes and get A's or take honors/AP classes and get B's.
Jill teaches NYU graduate students working toward their Master's degree in School Counseling about reducing the stress in the college admissions process.
Jill is interviewed by "My Hometown" (90.3 WHPC) host Bill Horan and NCC Student Zac Turkel about the college admissions process and the book she co-authored with her daughter Amanda.
Jill offers tips to maximize college visits to high school students and their families.