Students need to leverage their summer breaks to explore, grow, and build character. This workshop will help you understand what colleges are seeking from their applicants, and how you can set yourself apart from other students. We will teach you how to choose meaningful activities that help define your interests and showcase your talents.
Location: 20432 Silverado Ave, Ste 212, Cupertino, CA 95014Date/Time: January 12, 2019, 1:30 - 3:30 pm1:30 - 2:45 lecture with built-in activities2:45 - 3:30 essay writing with guidance and one-to-one feedbackStudent: $80 eachParent: $30 eachIndividual summer planning consultation and essay editing after the workshop: $200/hour. Sign up at the class.
This workshop will help you:Understand what colleges are looking for in your resumeDevelop ideas for independent projectsUnderstand the importance of stepping out of your comfort zoneLearn something about yourselfGet ideas that you probably hadn’t thought about beforeSelect the right activities for youUnderstand the process for getting a summer job or internshipUnderstand the different goals and options for each grade levelBegin to write application essays for summer programsReceive feedback on your essays
This class is taught by Kathy Tang and Barb Takahashi, College & Career Advisors at Lynbrook High School. Both Kathy and Barb have certificates from the College Admissions Program at UC Berkeley Extension, and have frequent interaction with college admissions officers and summer program representatives. Their knowledge and extensive experience working with high-achieving students make them ideally suited to guide students with their summer plans.