Admissions Workshop Weekend (AWW) Volunteer/Writing Tutor Sign-up 2018
Dream Project invites high school seniors to come to the UW campus for one intensive day of college application work. Admissions Workshop Weekend (AWW) is the Dream Project’s largest event of the academic year-- around 500 high school students hailing from the greater Puget Sound area participate during the one-day event. Students may arrive at AWW at any point in their college application process, be it their final draft or nothing at all. We aim to provide a productive, encouraging environment and a myriad of resources so each student may achieve their best. Dream Project mentors, college admissions counselors, college representatives, and writing tutors will all be present to assist students as they consider and complete college applications and scholarships.

As a volunteer, you will be supporting our students as a writing tutor, financial aid expert or admissions representative (what ever YOU specialize in!). They will be working on personal statements, resumes, and other college application essays. If you have other special areas of expertise, we might call on you to answer specific student questions. We ask that you come with an open mind and positive attitude, and we thank you so much for taking your time to help these students reach their post-secondary goals.

When: Saturday, October 27th 9-4pm

Volunteer Shifts:
- Morning: 8:45am-12:00pm
- Afternoon: 12:45pm-4:00pm
- ALL DAY 8:45am-4:00pm (Lunch provided)

Volunteer Training is the day of
Where: Mary Gates Hall, UW Seattle Campus


Please contact Nesley (nbravo@uw.edu) with any concerns, questions, or suggestions. Thank you!

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What organization are you affiliated with? *
Dream Project Alumni, CLUE, etc.
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Will you have your own laptop with you? *
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Do you have any special areas of expertise that students might find valuable? *
E.g., financial aid, personal statements, resumes
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