In most cases, if a student's grades and standardized test scores (if submitted) indicate to an admissions officer that the student can be successful at their academic institution, then the rest of the student's application is reviewed. This includes the essays, extracurricular activities and letters of recommendation. Meaningful activities outside of the classroom can provide rich experiences for students to write about in their essays and demonstrate personal growth and insights. Significant community service projects provide these opportunities.
College admissions officers want to see the impact a student has made outside of the time he or she is in the classroom. We work with students to develop service projects that create impact and give back either to their own community or to non-profit organizations that help people on a global scale.
We help students distinguish themselves by developing meaningful, service projects that resonate with their own individual interests. The student's work helps others in need and helps to increase the student's admissions profile.