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Page Cvelich
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College/Teen Program Manager

Page Cvelich has brought a wealth of knowledge to the Work/Life Center from prior experience as a high school guidance counselor and parent education coordinator. Page has been responsible for setting up a high school college and career center, designing a career exploration program for teens and serving as a counselor at a backpacking camp in the Rockies. In her role as Teen/College Program Manager, Page enjoys interacting with small groups of parents and teens, as well as consulting one-on-one with parents and referring them to resources so that they are better able to provide the support and encouragement their kids need.

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Experts Help You Choose A School

Each week in August, the Work/Life Team has invited a psychologist, an educational consultant, and a school administrator to address questions about how to choose a school. For our first blogpost in this series, we have invited our experts to address the following question… When thinking about school choice what

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Special Needs Planning

Special needs planning is a process that identifies the financial, legal, and lifetime needs for you, your family and your loved one. It doesn't end with the identification of necessary financial tools and legal documents, but also includes the action steps that you need to take to ensure a bright future

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The Gap Year Option

"I've gained so much self-assurance by taking a gap year. I navigated some difficult and confusing situations throughout my gap year that I wouldn't have encountered if I had stayed in the U.S., such as being lost on public transport, and relying on asking for directions in my limited Portuguese.

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Rez Life Explained

Leaving home and moving onto a college campus is a point of significant transition for many young adults. Every non-commuting campus I am familiar with requires freshmen students to live on campus and there is good reason for this: students who live on campus have shown to earn a higher

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Travel Lightly

I have done my share of traveling over the years. Some as a tourist and some as a global citizen in search of understanding new cultures and peoples. Regardless of the intent, one thing remained true. I hated packing. When my husband and I were preparing to move overseas to

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Parenting LBGT Youth

"When your child 'comes out' to you, thank them. Thank them for loving and trusting you enough to share this important part of themselves with you. They have given you a gift, an opportunity to interact with them in an open and honest way. It means they want your approval

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