Executive Function Skills Bootcamp:

College Edition

Preparing Your Soon to Be College Student for Success: Beyond Dorm Room Decorations


Deposit paid.
High School Graduation celebrated.
College swag purchased
But does your student have the life and executive function skills to be truly college-ready? 
Planning dorm room decorations and furnishings is exciting, but there is more to do over the summer to help them prepare for their new found independence and responsibilities that come with being a college student.
For this reason, 2tametheshamE, Inc. is offering several Virtual Bootcamps - College Edition to help your student make a successful transition to college and be set up for success from day 1!


WHAT: SMALL GROUP EXECUTIVE FUNCTION SKILLS BOOTCAMP- COLLEGE EDITION led by 2TTS Coaches Courtney Edman, MS and Kristin Wilcox, PhD

WHEN: 11-12 am EST on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday during each of the following weeks:

June 25-27

July 16-18

August 6-8

Register for the week that works best for your student or if your student prefers, register for multiple weeks.


WHERE: Zoom meeting link (provided after registration)

COST: Each week is $159 per student ($20 discount per week if you register for multiple weeks ).


Register NOW with the LINKS BELOW for this invaluable opportunity for your college-bound student.

IN EACH BOOTCAMP, YOUR STUDENT WILL WALK AWAY HAVING LEARNED IMPORTANT INFORMATION, STRATEGIES, AND SKILLS FOR COLLEGE AND LIFE:


  • Knowing what tasks for their chosen college are important to be aware of and do (with a downloadable checklist) before move in day so that your student keeps up with and meets all of their requirements, including registering with Disability Services and requesting accommodations.

  • Understanding how to use a calendar to plan, prioritize, and manage and follow through with their new responsibilities and independence:
  • classes,
  • coursework
  • deadlines,
  • appointments,
  • important registration or payment deadlines,
  • club meetings,
  • medication refills,
  • free time, and more.



  • Knowing how to read a syllabus for important information about office hours, required textbooks, assignments, grading policy, due dates, and more.


  • Knowing when and how to self-advocate with professors, advisors, peers, health professionals, RAs and others.


  • Having self-awareness around study habits, interests, activities, motivators and activators, derailers and distractors, to be successful academically and socially while also finding balance amid so many opportunities and new found freedom.


  • Understanding and having strategies for self-care to maintain physical, mental and emotional health while in college.


  • Learning important note-taking and study skills that can be used for all classes.


Register NOW with the LINKS BELOW


Have Questions?

Email Courtney at [email protected]