HP provides scholarship opportunities to students through CollegeWeekLive, the world's largest virtual college fair

High School Students Can Connect with Admissions Representatives from 300 Colleges for Free Online November 2nd and 3rd at

Boston, MA November 1, 2011 – CollegeWeekLive, the world's largest college fair and admissions website, is hosting the premier admissions event of the Fall season Wednesday November 2nd and Thursday November 3rd , with an estimated 60,000 teens expected to login and connect with admissions representatives from 300 colleges. High school students who register to attend the free online college admissions event and register for HP Academy are also eligible to win their choice of one of three Hewlett-Packard computers, the HP Pavilion dm4, the HP Pavilion dv6 or the HP Envy Beats Edition.

Through this promotion, HP is providing an additional incentive to students across the country to attend the free college fair and learn more about higher education, and registering for HP Academy provides college-bound students with education discounts and HP Academy-only deals, representing valuable possible cost-savings for students on a budget.

“At HP, we feel it is important to provide all students regardless of geographic location with the opportunity to explore a college education, said Manvir Sandhu, Director of Marketing and Ecommerce at Hewlett-Packard. “CollegeWeekLive makes researching college easy for any teen with access to the internet.”

At CollegeWeekLive, teens can chat live with admissions representatives from a wide range of colleges and universities, including large public and small private universities, ivy league institutions and regional leaders in higher education. Students and parents attending can also find information on financial aid & scholarships from participating colleges. Teens can even get a feel for campus life by watching students’ webcasting live from their dorm rooms, sharing details regarding student life and why they picked their alma mater.

Students, counselors and parents interested in attending CollegeWeekLive can register for free.

CollegeWeekLive ( ) provides the world's largest college fairs and online admissions events. With hundreds of colleges and universities exhibiting and more than 350,000 registrants, CollegeWeekLive revolutionizes college admissions, making the process easier and more cost-effective by bringing students, parents, counselors and colleges together online, transcending time and distance. The company's admissions events have been featured on Fox, ABC News, USA Today, The Washington Post, The New York Times and The Korea Times. CollegeWeekLive is produced by PlatformQ, whose mission is to connect people, companies, organizations and associations worldwide to meet, interact and learn from leading experts and thought leaders through proven interactive tools at online events.

For more information, contact:
Press(at) CollegeWeekLive(dot)com, 617.938.6029.

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