College Essay Bootcamp

College Essay Bootcamp StudentsFor rising high school seniors across the country, the answer to getting a head start on college essays could be attending a local college essay bootcamp.  Unfortunately many simply procrastinate the inevitable and find themselves rushing to complete one of the more critical components of the college admissions process.

There are many opportunities to get a jump on the college essay.  Most colleges require as a minimum requirement a Personal Statement Essay and many others further require supplemental essays covering topics from why you chose this college to the most meaningful event in your life and why.

The process is simple — write the essay and submit with your application.  But in such a competitive admissions environment, students are faced with challenges of making their college essay as spotless as possible.

Some go at it alone in a quiet place, hammering drafts after drafts — searching for the very perfect topic, structure and angle for their essay.  Or, others are able to attend workshops or bootcamps to assist them along the way – making the process less stressful, far less painful with the assurance of capturing the best of angles and topics as it relates to them personally. 

We are offering a College Essay Bootcamp, College Essay Branstorming Workshop and many more!  More details can be found on Capstone’s Facebook Page under Upcoming Events!

Hurry though, space is limited and time is running out for registration!

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