Beth Godzich, College Coach

Beth has been providing personalized service for college-bound students and their families for ten years (through Godzich Consulting LLC). She started collaborating with Ferah Aziz to support students in 2021. Beth supports students with varied profiles, including those with learning/attention differences and special needs. Beth directs students toward a path of discovery, success, and happiness by applying a strengths-based approach to help them maximize their potential. Devoted to a “Best-Fit” philosophy, Beth encourages students to be discriminatory in their college search and helps students complete compelling college applications.

Beth, her husband, and two teenage children have lived in Denver, CO for the past seven years. Prior to working as independent educational consultant, Beth worked as a school counselor in both public and private settings in Buffalo, NY, Chicago, IL, and Minneapolis, MN.

In addition to her work with students, Beth is committed to the community through her service with the Denver Scholarship Foundation. She has served as a Future Center volunteer at John F. Kennedy High School, and she annually helps during college application and financial aid workshops at Denver Public High Schools. Knowledgeable in assisting diverse learners to be successful in the K-12 setting and preparing them for higher education, Beth also served on the Technology Advancement Committee at a local school that serves students with learning and attention differences.

Beth’s commitment to her professional development is broadly evidenced. She has completed coursework in both UCLA’s College Counseling Certificate Program and UC Irvine’s Independent Consultant Education Program. She also maintains membership in the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC), College Consultants of Colorado group, and Rocky Mountain Association for College Admission Counseling (RMACAC). By attending professional conferences and frequently visiting colleges and universities Beth stays current in the college counseling industry.

Beth adheres to ethical codes and standards of conduct as prescribed by professional college admissions organizations:

    • National Association of College Admissions Counselors (NACAC),
    • Rocky Mountain Association of College Admissions Counselors (RMACAC), and
    • College Consultants of Colorado