CCS Summer Programming 2023
Collegiate Coaching Services offers a variety of summer programming for high-school age adolescents and young adults. Opportunities for social connection and skill building, parent informational sessions as well as our long-standing and successful college preparatory program.
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(In-Person & Virtual) College Preparatory Program
For seven weeks, students will engage in a simulated college classroom that exposes them to real experiences and challenges that they will likely face in higher education. Our college preparatory programs include executive function coaching and can also be paired with therapeutic coaching support for young adults who need support with emotion regulation and life management.
Supervised Independent Living Summer Program
Supervised Independent Living (May through August) provides young adults (ages 18 and older) with intensive support to live independently, engage and follow through with a health and wellness plan, prepare/engage in college courses and/or obtain employment, and engage socially with peers. These clients may already live in the Boulder, Colorado area or be willing to relocate for this summer intensive program.
Social Seminar Series
Our social and wellness activities allow adolescents and young adults to meet like-minded peers, improve social connection skills, decrease social anxiety and increase confidence, while supporting their academic, emotional and recovery needs.
Parent Informational Series
The parent seminar series is for the parents of students who are preparing for college applications or currently enrolled in college. Parents are invited to attend four, one-hour informational sessions facilitated by Dr. Nicole Hipp on a variety of topics, including executive functioning, parent roles in young adulthood and digital media overuse.
Parent Seminar Series
This summer, CCS is offering our Parent Seminar Series for parents of students who are preparing for college applications or currently enrolled in college. Parents are invited to attend four, one-hour informational sessions facilitated by Dr. Nicole Hipp. These parent informational sessions will occur in-person and through videoconferencing software, to provide access to both local and out-of-state parents.
- Introduction to Executive Function Skills and a Growth/Fixed Mindset
- How to Support Your Young Adult’s Executive Functioning; What to Do and Not do
- Digital Media Overuse and Responsible Technology Use in College
- What Comes Next? Empowering Your Young Adult to Succeed in Higher Education
Contact us to learn more details and associated costs or to enroll now!
Social Activity Seminar Series
June 12, 2023 – July 18, 2023
***Exact days of the week and times will be determined by enrollee consensus; tentative schedule will be Monday’s (Hiking Group) and Friday’s (Lunch & Lawn Games).
This summer, CCS is offering a variety of social activities and face-to-face meetings led by our seasoned executive function coaches. Many adolescents and young adults find it difficult to engage in social situations and make connections with same-aged peers. This series is designed to support those with any of the following difficulties:
- Social Anxiety
- Autism Spectrum & Related Issues
- Digital Media Overuse and related issues engaging face-to-face with others
- Pandemic induced social difficulties
- Social Isolation
Our Social and Wellness activities allow adolescents and young adults to meet like-minded peers, improve social connection skills, decrease social anxiety and increase confidence, while supporting their academic, emotional and recovery needs. Participants will engage in four different social activities of their choosing out of the offerings, although participants may also opt to engage in all six activities. The exact schedule (e.g., date and time) of these activities will be determined at a later date. Each week, our coaches will lead the following two social activity groups, outdoors, in the beautiful City of Boulder:
- Hiking Group
- Coaches and clients will meet at one of our local hiking trails for an hour long, accessible hike.
- Games Group & Lunch in the Park
- Coaches and client’s will meet in Greenleaf park to engage in a variety of lawn games and outdoor activities, along with lunch provided by CCS.
- CCS Fourth of July BBQ
- We will hold a BBQ in Greenleaf park and provide lunch in place of our normally scheduled Games Group & Lunch In the Park
Our social seminar series is offered to young adults and adolescents aged 14 and older. Separate groups may be created based on age group and developmental level. Contact us
to learn more details about our social groups and associated costs or to enroll Now!