The EducationUSA Kosovo College Prep Club (CPC) is a cohort group advising program that assists high school students who want to be strong applicants to the U.S.
Colleges and Universities. Students meet year-round and participate in many activities, such as lectures, book clubs, community service activities, cross-cultural
exercises, and test preparation. The activities help ensure that students are properly advised as they go through the process of preparing themselves both academically and
socially for a U.S. college or university, and work to determine which schools might be a good fit.
The CPC help the best and brightest students apply to competitive colleges and universities. CPC advisers work intensively to
prepare students for the application process. CPC is open to high school students who are in the top 10% of their class.
CPC advisers organize student activities including study groups, intensive SAT preparation, reading assignments, lectures,
and community service projects. Students sign a contract detailing their responsibilities, which in-dude attending all meetings
during the school year and summer sessions.