Breakthrough Houston (BTH) College Essay Coaching Application
Please complete this application if you are able to remotely coach and offer feedback on college essays using Google Docs. You will receive information about your student pairing and be on our list for future coaching/mentoring related opportunities.

*All applications should be submitted by the end of February. If you have any additional questions, please reach out to Kurchi Basu: kbasu@sjs.org*
Email address *
First Name *
Middle Name *
Last Name *
Date of Birth *
Contact Number *
College/University *
(attended or currently attending)
Major/Concentration *
(anticipated or otherwise)
Job/Career/Profession *
(if you are still in school, please list possible future job/career/profession)
My hobbies/interests/past interests include...
(please list)
Have you previously been involved with Breakthrough Houston? *
(if yes, please list dates and times where possible)
Why are you interested in coaching Breakthrough Houston juniors with their college essays? What do you hope to gain from this experience, either personally or professionally?
College essays can be stressful and are often quite personal. Tell us why our students will see you as an asset to their essay writing process.
If you have assisted students with or personally experienced the college essay writing process/college applications, please explain your prior experiences here as well.
How did you learn about this opportunity?
Please list reference name, if applicable
I give permission for Breakthrough Houston to conduct a background check as part of the screening process to participate in this program. I understand that the criminal history is subject to review by BTH to determine eligibility to serve as a coach in the College Bound Program. BTH reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to refuse an individual’s access as a BTH essay coach based on an individual’s criminal history, in accordance with applicable law. *
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