Offered as a human resources sponsored corporate benefit, myKlovr has solved two issues at once - first, it has allowed companies to attract and retain best of breed employee talent, and second - it has made it possible for corporate employees to provide the luxury of college coaching to their families, either as a company sponsored or a voluntary benefit. Major benefit marketplaces such as Benefitfocus, and some of the largest benefit brokers in the industry, including USI and Lockton, have chomped at the bit to distribute the myKlovr's revolutionary solution.
"As we saw last week, some parents will go to any length, to get their children into a top school, even if it means breaking the law. We do not do it on behalf of the kids; rather, we help them maximize the chances of doing it for themselves" said
In addition to using artificial intelligence to provide every college-bound student with personalized guidance, the enhanced college planning platform includes:
- A college planning tool, which makes it easier for users to discover, build and refine a college list, and provides college recommendations based on each student's individual profile;
- An enhanced parent portal, designed for parent/student interaction, allowing families to navigate the college planning journey together;
- A powerful goal recommendation engine delivering individual insightful recommendations, while tracking ongoing milestones;
MyKlovr's extensive client pipeline, has made college counseling available and affordable to more than three million households, and their children. In addition, the company recently introduced its College Acceptance Promise - a refund of all myKlovr subscription fees, should the student not be admitted to a college from a recommended tier. This revolutionary guarantee is made available by a contractual liability insurance policy issued to myKlovr, by insurance giant AXA.
MyKlovr is a media division of
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