Click Now to Join Us for This Unique College Essay Workshop and Help Your Student Stand-Out From the Crowd
Lesson #1: How to Write an Amazing Personal Statement. We'll teach you how to find your essay topic, how to structure your essay, how to brag without bragging, and what an amazing personal statement looks like.
Lesson #2: How to Make Your Essay, Like, Deep. We'll show which six questions are the most important to answer an essay and how you can bring depth and complexity to your story.
Lesson #3: How to Stand Out on the UC Essays. We'll help you identify your four UC essay topics, help you determine if your topic is a good one, and help you stand out from the crowd with your UC essays. We'll also discuss what UC admissions officers are really looking for and what a great UC essay really looks like.
Lesson #4: Bringing Your Essay to Life (or When to Scrap What You Have and Start Over). We'll discuss techniques to bring the story to life with vivid details and when (and how) to cut losses begin again.
Answer Your Questions and Help You Draft Your Essays. The College Experts at March Consulting will be on hand for one-on-one brainstorming and drafting assistance with your student during our workshop, making sure that each attendee has that personalized attention
Leave With a Solid Draft of Your Personal Statement and UC Essays.
WARNING: Space is limited and our essay workshops always fill up. If we have a significant waiting list we might open a new workshop date however, we cannot guarantee such. Reserve your seat now.
"Most students submit their first or second-draft essays to the admissions office, not knowing that they’re not the best representation of themselves. I’ve seen far too many students make the mistake of writing about dry or tired topics that don’t give them an edge or help admissions officers to get to know them better.
We’re teaming up with Ethan Sawyer, the College Essay Guy, to provide this workshop for Kern County students to gain an edge over the competition and be confident in the essays they are submitting this year.
If you have a junior in high school who will be applying for college this fall, now is the time to start working on applications and specifically, essays. See you there!"
—Kat Clowes, MBA, CEO of March Consulting and Author of "Put College to Work"