The Coronavirus has turned the world sideways and all of us are now forced to operate in unfamiliar territory. Long anticipated events will not happen or will be put on hold. Important college entrance tests are being canceled. Summer opportunities are evaporating. Shortages can impact our way of living. Having been through multiple crises as [read more] …
A fresh approach to life, education and college admissions.
I am a college admissions counselor for students of all educational venues
Whether you are in private school, public school, or homeschool, I provide high school planning and college admissions assistance. With years of experience, I offer oversight for school documents, help with essays for college admissions, supervision for college applications, advice in developing a marketing strategy and resumes, tips for improved recommendation letters, scholarship coaching, and interview practice. Isn’t it time you had someone who understands your dreams and goals join you on the journey?
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There is nothing easy about the personal statement that seniors are currently writing for the college application process. Not only is it uncomfortable for students to talk about themselves, but the 650-word limit can appear to go on forever and, at the same time, be too constricting. The essay is really the only place a [read more] …
It is August, the beginning of a new senior year, the culmination of everyone’s hard work and the launching point for the future. It can also be a time of major anxiety for parents and students alike. Instead of panic about the future, I encourage you to cultivate a joyful reflection of the past and [read more] …