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JTConnect hosts program to help teens explore colleges while campuses are closed

JTConnect, a program that engages teens from across Greater Hartford in interactive experiences grounded in Jewish learning and values, will host “College Visits from Your Couch” on Thursday, April 30 at 7:30 p.m.

Led by college admissions specialist Dr. Carolyn Sorkin and Hillel International Stu-dent Cabinet Member Jonah Levitt, College Visits from Your Couch is intended to help Jewish teens and their parents research schools while campuses are closed due to the COVID-19 crisis. The presentation will outline six substantive ways to research schools that allow students to explore academics, campus activities, research and internship support, and Jewish student life.

The more research students do, says JTConnect Associate Program Director Cara Levine, the better they will be able to identify colleges that fit their preferences, qualifications, and goals.

For more information contact Cara Levine at cara@jtconnect.org. To register for this program visit: https://jtconnect.wufoo.com/forms/college-visits-from-your-couch/

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