Let Me Help You Tell Your Story!
Every teenager applying to college has a unique story to tell, and admissions officers want to hear these stories in order to get to know the student behind the stats. Makes sense, right? And now that SAT and ACT scores are optional at many schools this year, it's become more important than ever to showcase the "real" you in your personal essay. I know it can sound intimidating to sum up who you are in 650 words or less — which is why I am here to help you find your voice and tell your story.
Why Work With Me?
I have been a professional writer for the past 25 years and a college essay coach for the last 10 years. Students I have worked with have recently been admitted to: University of Michigan, Colgate University, USC, Georgetown University, University of Texas, Tulane University, New York University, University of Wisconsin, University of Florida and University of Miami — to name a few.
I have a master’s degree in journalism from NYU. I’ve worked as an editor at Philadelphia Magazine and The Knot. And I’ve had personal essays published in several publications, including Self, Shape, Parents, Parenting, Cosmopolitan, Fit Pregnancy, Ocean Drive, The New York Post, PopSugar, Bustle, Babble and Scary Mommy,
Storytelling is what I do best, and I will work with your teenager to find the story that best illustrates who they are, then guide them through the process of using their unique voice to craft a cohesive and compelling narrative. I truly love helping high school seniors, so if you’re wondering where to start or even if you just need a fresh pair of eyes for a final draft, don't hestitate to contact me at email@example.com