All Kinds of News for January 12, 2022
The 'Alternative to College Fair,' commonly known as the 'Alt Fair,' was founded in the Bay Area in 2015. After two years hosted online, it will be in person on March 19, 2022, in Walnut Creek, CA. The 'Alternative to College Fair' was started by Shayna Abraham, MA, CEP with Fusion Academy Walnut Creek. The target audience has always been and continues to be high school seniors and/or young adults who have left post-secondary institutions or are stuck trying to figure out a plan for next steps. Any young people are encouraged to attend this in-person event in Walnut Creek, CA.
There is no limit to the number of Young Adults/high school students to the attendees to the Alt Fair. Parents are also encouraged to visit to learn about the College Parent Survival Network, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.The description of the audience of attendees is intentionally broad because all the alternative options that are presented serve a variety of young adults.
This year, for the first time, participating programs in the 2022 event, there is a pre-fair networking opportunity between referring professionals and program participants. If you are a program interested in having a table at the 'ALT Fair.' Details about the schedule and fees will be sent to registered participating programs. please note that all previous programs participating, have already received an email invitation. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Visit CollegeAlternative.org to register or email email@example.com with questions.
About College Parent Survival Network:
College Parent Survival Network is the safest online community for parents seeking support, direction, and guidance around helping their child launch into adulthood, whether that includes college or not. Offering parents a platform to ask questions, normalize they aren’t alone, and learn from experts around college and early adulthood. For more information, please check out the community. College Parent Survival Network is owned and operated by two Therapeutic Consultants and one College Consultant. This collaboration was formed in an effort to help parents early, and potentially save the young adult from pain in the future.