Focus Collegiate Announces the Launch of its new Podcast, College UnBound
Focus Collegiate recently launched College UnBound, a weekly podcast dedicated to diverse learning in the college environment. The podcast will discuss philosophy, tactics, strategies, and all things college for diverse learners. Focus Collegiate is a provider of comprehensive support services to students on campus and those studying virtually, It also provides support services for parents who have young adults in college or attending classes virtually.
“Because it is not in a parent’s job description to see their kid fail, parents can over function which can result in diminished volition on behalf of the student,” explains Focus Collegiate founder Grant Leibersberger, MEd, MBA, “The podcast is one of the many ways we help parents start to let go. The transition to college is new territory for everyone— including parents, maybe especially parents. College UnBound answers their questions and hopefully allays some of their fears.”
Delivered in a casual interview format, the College UnBound podcast explores the challenges diverse learners (and their parents) face as they strive toward independent living on campus and in life. The podcast delves into Focus Collegiate’s philosophy, tactics, strategies, and all things college for diverse learners.
College UnBound is available on the most popular podcast apps including Apple and Google. Links will soon be accessible on the Focus Collegiate website.
About Focus Collegiate
Through its Collegiate Virtual, Summer Cohort, and academic-year services Focus Collegiate provides dynamic, individualized support for college students with learning differences. Working on campus and virtually in the skill areas of academics, executive functioning, life-skills, and social integration, Focus Collegiate guides students as they transition to independence using the college experience as a launching pad to success in the classroom and in life. The team at Focus Collegiate, comprised of clinical social workers, therapists, counselors, learning specialists, and advocates, has collectively more than eight decades of experience working with young people in transition.