Educational consultant attends conference

Independent educational consultant Sheryl Santiago, of Fairfield, a member of the Higher Education Consultants Association, recently participated in HECA’s 15th annual conference in Florham Park, N.J., where more than 200 educational consultants discussed ideas, trends and opportunities in the college admission process.

Santiago is owner of College Assistance Plus (CAPlus) of Fairfield County.

HECA, a not-for profit organization, “works to help students realize their full educational potential in transition from secondary schools to undergraduate and graduate programs, with particular focus on access and equity,” according to a press release.

“It was extraordinarily helpful to my work to discuss and debate best practices and issues with the most knowledgeable professionals in the field,” Santiago said.

Conference topics included financing the costs of college, student-athlete recruiting and eligibility, ethics in the consulting business, understanding the college transfer process, and graduate school admissions, among 27 different sessions offered.

Santiago can be reached at 203-345-1953 or by email at:[email protected]

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