Scott was born in New York and moved to Connecticut with his family when he was just a few years old. At Maloney High School, Scott excelled in Volleyball and Swimming. He recently graduated from Central CT State University with a degree in Communications and a minor in Economics. In his spare time, Scott enjoys spending time with his family, hitting the gym, and attending NY Giants games.
Best Part of the Job
“I enjoy working with the students and guiding them through this overwhelming time in their lives. Personally, getting prepared for college was stressful for me, and being able to provide guidance that I didn’t have, makes my job that much more rewarding.”
Biggest Challenge Students Face
“Students have a lot going on in their day-to-day lives. Managing academics, extracurricular activities, and balancing commitments can weigh heavily on any type of student. Showing them how to prioritize tasks, manage time effectively, and ask for help makes all the difference in the student experience.”
Advice to Students and Parents
“Staying ahead is the name of the game. You can never be too prepared. There are a number of steps that a student and their family need to take to complete this process. And that’s just it, they are steps. Take one at a time, don’t get overwhelmed, give it the attention it deserves, and move on to the next one. You’ll be happy you did.”