As former Director of College Counseling and Guidance at Bronx High School of Science and The Masters School in NY, Christine J. Scott has developed relationships with school counselors, other independent counselors and college admission representatives. She serves as pro-bono college counselor for families referred to her by IECA members of Southern Westchester and in addition assists families who are unfamiliar with the current application process or the American system of Higher Education.
As a current member of the National Association of College Admission Counselors (NACAC), a professional member of the Independent Educational Consultants Association (IECA) and the (OACAC) Overseas Association of College Admission Counselors her information remains current through active participation in these associations and extensive conferencing and networking with college and high school professionals.
Ms. Scott has made numerous presentations to faculty and administrators at high schools including Tappan Zee High School, Freeport High School, KIPP- NY, Hastings High School, Yorktown High School, The Yonkers Public Schools, White Plains High School and more. She has also presented workshops for organizations including The Hispanic Scholarship fund, The National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS), The College Board, The Latino Expo, The NYS Association of College Admission Counselors (NYSACAC), NYSACAC Professional Development Forum, and the National Association of College Admission Counselors (NACAC). Workshop presentations include: Using the Buoys to Navigate the Waves of the College Process, Writing the College Essay, Writing Effective Letters of Recommendation; a workshop for teachers and counselors and Looking Beyond the Scores.
In addition, she is a former elected representative to the Guidance and Admission Assembly of the College Board and was an active participant in Gear-up, The Middle State Regional Council of the College Board and National Committees of the National Association of College Admission Counselors.