Emily Brother
she/her/hers
Emily Brother

About

Hi! I'm Emily Brother and I graduated with honors from Harvard University in 2019 with a Bachelor of Arts. I have experience working at Harvard University in undergraduate student affairs and career advising, conducting alumni interviews for the Harvard Alumni Association, and guiding applicants through the college and graduate school application processes. My past clients have been admitted to the top schools of their choice including Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Columbia, and U.C. Berkeley.

Emily helped students get into:
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Stanford University
Harvard University
Boston, MA
3 years of experience
Harvard University – BA | Music
Law
Political Science
Music
First-Generation College Students
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Volunteering
Non-Traditional Students
Fun Facts
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Describe yourself in five words
Writing short descriptions is difficult.

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Best piece of advice
"Not all who wander are lost." - J. R. R. Tolkien

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Dream job
Student affairs administrator in higher education

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Favorite book
Harry Potter, Run, The Goldfinch, To Kill a Mockingbird, Leaving the Atocha Station

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Favorite subject in school
Philosophy, sociology, English literature, political science, constitutional law, multivariable calculus

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Favorite after-school activities
Eating snacks, catching up with my parents, long walks, practicing piano, and doing homework!

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Favorite artist
Too many to choose from. Message me for my favorite songs and artists of the season!

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Favorite TV show
The Mindy Project, House of Cards, Veep, This Is Us, The West Wing, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, The Office

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Favorite food
Salt and Straw Ice Cream: https://saltandstraw.com/pages/flavors

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Hobbies
Classical piano, biking, tennis, cooking, traveling, movies, podcasts

My process

When we work together, you will have me as a partner throughout the admissions process and I am 120% committed to helping you navigate this crazy, stressful, and thrilling adventure so that you can discover the best learning environment where you will thrive academically, extracurricularly, socially, and personally. I will start by listening to you and learning about who you are, what excites and inspires you, what your ideal college experience looks, feels, and tastes like, and what you want to get out of our partnership. From there, we can work together on one, a few, or all stages of the college application process: selecting schools, polishing strong essays that communicate your unique self, asking for strong recommendation letters, preparing for interviews, applying for financial aid and scholarships, deciding between schools, drafting letters of continued interest (in cases of deferral or being waitlisted), and preparing to matriculate. Throughout the process, you as the prospective college student will always be the priority and we will work together on understanding and honoring your perspective, goals, needs, and dreams. The best college for you is within reach and I hope to have the privilege of helping you get there. ***LOW-INCOME, FIRST-GENERATION, LGBTQ+, AND MINORITY STUDENTS HAVE BEEN HISTORICALLY UNDERREPRESENTED ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES. If finances are difficult for you and your family, please don't hesitate to schedule a free consultation with me and we can discuss options for reduced payment.

Packages

Happy Hour (Reduced Rate - Send Private Message*)

1 hours

A 60 minute meeting to discuss any stage of the college application process: selecting schools, polishing strong essays that communicate your unique self, asking for strong recommendation letters, preparing for interviews, applying for financial aid and scholarships, deciding between schools, drafting letters of continued interest (in cases of deferral or being waitlisted), and preparing to matriculate. *Send a private message to Emily Brother to receive this reduced rate.
$90($90/hr)
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Happy Hour

1 hours

The happiest hour you'll spend talking about your burning college application questions, line editing a personal statement or short answer questions, preparing for an upcoming interview, or anything else you fancy!
$100($100/hr)

Let's get this party started!

5 hours

In-depth support for students and families on one stage of the college application process: selecting schools, polishing strong essays that communicate your unique self, asking for strong recommendation letters, preparing for interviews, applying for financial aid and scholarships, deciding between schools, drafting letters of continued interest (in cases of deferral or being waitlisted), and preparing to matriculate.
$450($90/hr)
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Shoot for the Moon and Land among Stars

25 hours

Comprehensive support for students and families on every stage of the college application process: selecting schools, polishing strong essays that communicate your unique self, asking for strong recommendation letters, preparing for interviews, applying for financial aid and scholarships, deciding between schools, drafting letters of continued interest (in cases of deferral or being waitlisted), and preparing to matriculate.
$2,250($90/hr)
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Advising hours

College admissions advising

$100.00 / 60 min

Set a focus for each session or get help with any aspect of the admissions process.


Join a quick meeting
Let’s chat
Any questions? Let’s hop on a quick call to learn more about your needs in the admissions process and how I can approach them
Join a quick meeting
Let’s chat
Any questions? Let’s hop on a quick call to learn more about your needs in the admissions process and how I can approach them
Boston, MA
3 years of experience
Harvard University – BA | Music
Law
Political Science
Music
First-Generation College Students
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Volunteering
Non-Traditional Students
Fun Facts
πŸ–
Describe yourself in five words
Writing short descriptions is difficult.

πŸ™
Best piece of advice
"Not all who wander are lost." - J. R. R. Tolkien

πŸ’­
Dream job
Student affairs administrator in higher education

πŸ“š
Favorite book
Harry Potter, Run, The Goldfinch, To Kill a Mockingbird, Leaving the Atocha Station

πŸ““
Favorite subject in school
Philosophy, sociology, English literature, political science, constitutional law, multivariable calculus

⚽
Favorite after-school activities
Eating snacks, catching up with my parents, long walks, practicing piano, and doing homework!

🎡
Favorite artist
Too many to choose from. Message me for my favorite songs and artists of the season!

πŸ“Ί
Favorite TV show
The Mindy Project, House of Cards, Veep, This Is Us, The West Wing, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, The Office

🍴
Favorite food
Salt and Straw Ice Cream: https://saltandstraw.com/pages/flavors

πŸͺ„
Hobbies
Classical piano, biking, tennis, cooking, traveling, movies, podcasts
Tips for success
1. Prepare for your first session
Plan out the questions and topics you'd like to discuss. If you'd like to work together in the long term, discuss expectations for each other.