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NextStepU launches magazine for school counselors

Rochester Business Journal
October 31, 2013

NextStepU, based in Victor, launched LINK Magazine this month, a publication that is designed to serve 65,000 school counselors in more than 25,000 high schools across the country.

The site is a resource for students to plan for life after graduation. It offers scholarship searches, articles on career options and college matches. The magazine has resources such as testing tips, financial planning and college application advice for counselors to best assist their students.

“School counselors are overwhelmed on a day-to-day basis,” said David Mammano, CEO and founder of Next Step Education Group. “NextStepU launched LINK Magazine for the school counselors because we understand just how much they need access to resources for themselves and their students.”

The next issue is slated for February.

(c) 2013 Rochester Business Journal. To obtain permission to reprint this article, call 585-546-8303 or email

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