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InsideTrack Coaches Make the Difference for College Students

The 360-degree view from the 16th floor of the Bank of America building is stunning.

The entire floor belongs to one company, InsideTrack, and to a visitor it seems as if InsideTrack’s busy employees can see endlessly in every direction — maybe even into the future.

TRIBUNE PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - Dan Adams and colleagues at Inside Track coach college students around the nation from their downtown Portland offices.
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE – Dan Adams and colleagues at InsideTrack coach college students around the nation from their downtown Portland offices.

Those aren’t corporate lawyers or investment bankers hooked up with headphones and multiple computer screens. They are college coaches, online and on the phone with students in schools ranging from Ivy League to tech colleges.

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Coaching Program at Montana Community and Two-Year Colleges Benefits Students and Their Institutions

Innovative partnership between the REVUP MONTANA Consortium and InsideTrack is improving student persistence and generating valuable insights for administrators

Cindy Anderson understands the value of coaching, from both sides. As the single mother of a Special Olympics athlete, she coaches her son to perform at his best. She also works with a success coach to keep herself on track as she pursues her Health Information Technology degree full time while maintaining a full time job.   The success coach is provided by the college she is attending, Great Falls College Montana State University.

“Given everything going on in my life, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed,” says Anderson. “My coach has empowered me to keep going. He worked with me to improve my time management and prioritization skills, and to break down large objectives into manageable tasks. Most importantly, he’s enabled me to recognize my own strengths and the power I have to help myself and others. Now, I regularly talk with my son about prioritization, procrastination and other issues that affect his success and mine.”

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