Its that time of the year again when high school graduates make the transition to college. They have been accepted by schools locally or on the mainland and in some instances overseas. They’ve gone through the lengthy process of applications, recommendations, and visits. But, are they “college ready”?
Are you ready to make the most of your next great adventure? Our guests are here to shed light on this ever so important matter for students and families
Matt Tan graduated from the University of Puget Sound in Business Management. Matt was an All-Star football player for Iolani School and a varsity football coach there for 18 years. He is a supervisor for the Star Advertiser. They are members of New Hope Diamond Head. They have three children: Scott, Daniel, Carly, and Tyson.
Troy Miyasato is the Vice President – Principal of Farraro Choi and Associates Ltd. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects Hawaii Society of Business Professionals, and Hawaii Developers Council. Troy received his Bachelor of Science in Food Sciences and Human Nutrician, his Bachelors in Architecture and his Masters of Business Administration from the University of Hawaii. He’s married to Ann and they have two daughters Jeri and Keri. They are members of Inspire Church.
Scott Tan is currently attending Pomona College in Claremont, CA. He is playing football and planning on majoring in Engineering. He is a son of ‘Iolani School and graduated in 2012, where he was actively involved in athletics, student government, and was also a Fellowship of Christian Athletes leader. He also is the leader of a reggae group called “New Breed” and is on the worship team at Destiny Christian Church when he is home in Hawaii.
Jeri Miyasato is currently attending Chapman University in Orange, CA. She is double majoring in Communication Studies and Business Administration. She graduated from `Iolani School, where she was actively involved with student government and activities committees. This involvement carried into her college career with student activities, which has contributed to her seeking her calling in event planning and hospitality services.
Today’s Episode Features:
- Why is College Ready so helpful to students?
- How does College Ready assist parents?
- What are common challenges all new college students face?
- How can a student maximize the investment in the college experience?
- What are the six main topics all College Ready participants cover?
- Why is a students vision so meaningful before going to college?
- Where does spirituality fit in when one goes to college?
Proverbs 8:11 – For wisdom [is] better than rubies; and all the things that may be desired are not to be compared to it.