Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Listen to what people have to say about us

Here is another client who has had an incredible experience working with Professional Education Services.

Monday, May 24, 2010

Professional Education Services

A college degree is a gift that continues to give in your child's life. We at Professional Education Services want to help bridge the gap between the parent's hope and the student's dreams. Just listen to what our clients have to say about us.

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Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Another article showing how paying for college is going to become even more difficult

After you have read that article, go to howtoaffordcollege.com to find out how you can send your children to the college of their dreams!

Monday, April 14, 2008

Before You Cash Out, Catch Up on Choices

Before You Cash Out, Catch Up on Choices: "In 1999 Daniel Wansten founded Professional Education Services as one of the nations leading authorities on solving cash flow problems for families. Daniel has been seen on TV 13 news and featured in several newspapers and magazines. For free help on paying the college bill go to our website http://www.HowToAffordCollege.com and for free help with rollovers or other financial planning please contact our office at 866-949-7935."

Letters for April 13 - mlive.com

Letters for April 13 - mlive.com: "According to the 2008 Michigan High School Counselor Report generated by The Joyce Ivy Foundation, the average caseload for a high school guidance counselor in Michigan is 362 students. The recommendation is the maximum caseload not exceed 250 students. On top of the exceedingly high student caseload each guidance counselor handles, greater budgetary restraints have forced school districts across the state to push more administrative tasks on guidance counselors' shoulders, leaving less time to work with each student.
With two daughters who have successfully graduated college and two currently in high school, I am quite familiar with the uphill battle our school guidance counselors encounter each year. With no end in site to their growing caseloads, the least we can do is thank them for their tireless dedication and devotion.
-- DAN WANSTEN/Grand Rapids"