Join us for a free in-person workshop
Tuesday, January 31, 6:00–7:30 PM
Issaquah Library Meeting Room, 10 West Sunset Way
Our founder, Barak, has led this workshop to hundreds of his neighbors here in Issaquah and is excited to lead the first live workshop since before the pandemic. No registration necessary.
7 Secrets for a Great College Essay
Writing a winning college essay doesn’t have to be a mystery
Are you a teen or parent curious about the college essay process? Maybe even a bit worried? This webinar is for you!
What do you know about college essays?
What do admissions officers want to read? What should you accomplish with your essay? What kind of approach should you take?
Bottom line: do you know—really, really know—what makes a good college essay?
Odds are, you don’t. Don’t take it personally, though. We’ve asked thousands of students and parents these questions, and most of them have no idea, either.
In this fun, interactive webinar, you’ll discover what makes a great college essay and the 7 secrets that will help you write your best essays.
We’ve been guiding high school students on their college-essay journeys for the past decade. That’s our entire business.
We’ll spend a few minutes at the very end letting you know about EssayQuest—our self-directed, teen-tested, nothing-like-school online program—and our options for personal mentoring.
In the webinar, you’ll learn:
- what a great college essay is, and isn’t
- who really reads college essays
- secrets from professional writers to make your life a lot easier
- a proven pathway you can take to write your essays
Plus, we’ll send you free tools and resources after the webinar to help you on your journey!
Barak Rosenbloom is the founder of Essay Mentors, a Seattle-area company focused exclusively on college essays. He’s mentored over 500 students in a comprehensive 1-to-1 program, delivered workshops to thousands of students, parents, counselors, and admissions officers, and trained schools and non-profits to support their students more effectively.
Thursday, November 17
5–6 pm PT / 8–9 pm ET
Hosted by our friends at Marco Learning
We’ll stick around for Q&A at the end and will send a link to the recording if you can’t make it live.