Wednesday, November 29, 2023
1:00 AM CUT
Most applicants to prestigious universities have top-notch academics — but not all of them have outstanding extracurriculars. So how can you enhance your extracurricular profile to set yourself apart?
Join this webinar with Eileen, a Former UPenn Undergraduate Admissions Manager, to learn the ways to build outstanding extracurriculars — including:
We’ll also share when and how to get started on your extracurriculars, the best types of activities to seek out, and how to present them flawlessly on the Common App.
Then, Eileen will answer all your specific questions in a LIVE Q&A!
Eileen served as an admissions counselor at 3 US Universities, most recently, the University of Pennsylvania, where she was the Admissions Manager for UPenn’s College of Liberal and Professional Studies/School of Arts and Sciences.
As an admissions officer of 10+ years, Eileen evaluated thousands of applications and interviewed hundreds of prospective students. Eileen enjoys helping students navigate the complex admissions process, narrowing down on how they can strengthen their candidacy by identifying gaps and weaknesses in their profiles.
Eileen’s students have been admitted to the Ivy League and other top universities including Vanderbilt University, New York University, the University of Michigan, and major universities in the UC group.
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From university selection strategy and standardized test prep to essay support, extracurricular mentoring and interview practice — we leave no stone unturned, making sure your application stands out above the crowd and increasing your odds of acceptance to the Ivy League and other ultra-competitive universities by over 450%.