College counselors are there to provide students with the foundation to succeed on a university level. From the SAT’s to college applications and beyond, they are with them every step of the way to make the process a little bit easier. Set your student up for 21st century success with the best college counselor on Long Island!
2021: Long Islanders Voted Susan Piarulli – Barry Tech Best College Counselor!
Susan Piarulli – Barry Tech
1196 Prospect Ave, Westbury
(516) 604-4258 – barrytech.org
A great college counselor can help make both senior year of high school and the process of managing applications a little easier. Susan Piarulli of Barry Tech has been dedicated to working with high school seniors who’ve made it their mission to make it to the next level. She specializes in vocational areas including: automotive technology, construction electricity, computer animation, cosmetology, medical assisting and police science/EMT. Piarulli has made it possible for many young Long Islanders to get a head start on their skills that are required for the workforce and leave Barry Tech with a sense of accomplishment and confidence that’ll set them up for long term success!
2020: Long Islanders Voted Jason Crockett – Voyage Academics Best College Counselor on Long Island!
Jason Crockett – Voyage Academics
49 Raynor Rd, Ridge
(631) 209-7974 – voyageacademics.com
Jason Crockett created Voyage Academics with the goal of wanting to push the educational system forward by evolving how students learn and how teachers instruct through a proven platform. Jason has gained experience in the field by collaborating with top clinicians, educators, and researchers. He has worked endlessly as a teacher, tutor, counselor, entrepreneurial/business coach, college consultant, college instructor, test preparation coach, and researcher to bring his ideas to Voyage Academics as well as to its students. Jason’s team focuses on integrating a variety of learning approaches within their learning model; student-centered learning/instruction, differentiated instruction, interdisciplinary teaching, self-directed learning, cooperative learning, positive interdependence, humanism, discovery/meaningful learning, expansive learning, constructivism/connectivism, experiential learning/education, 21st century skills and learning styles/preference to name a few.