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Meet our Career Academy Specialist - Dr. Aisha Stephen!
Greetings I am Dr. Aisha Stephen, the Career Academy Specialist.
I have been in education for 17 years, 5 years in New York City and 12 years in Gwinnett County. I grew up in the beautiful island of Jamaica, and relocated to the United States at age 18. I earned my BA in Human Services-Child Welfare from New York City College of Technology; my Masters in School Counseling from Brooklyn College, and my Doctorate in Administration and Leadership from Walden University. During my free time, I enjoy travelling, going to the movies, and spending time with family and friends.
In the role of Career Academy Specialist, I provide resources and assistance to students and families in the areas of:
- College Applications
- SAT/ACT Testing
- Financial Aid
- College Visits
- And MUCH more.
I look forward to helping you and to a great school year!
GA Bridge LawStudents are encouraged to begin preparing for their future early. With the help of Shiloh High School counselors, students are exposed to goal setting activities from the start of 9th grade. As a result, students maintain a virtual, individualized college and career portfolio. The table below outlines goals specific to each grade level that students will attain by the end of the school year as suggested by the Bridge Law.
GAFUTURES is a one stop shop for high school, college, and career planning and financial aid research. By creating a free account, students can access their HOPE GPA, send transcripts electronically, and complete college applications.