How Being a First-Generation College Student Affects your Application

Recorded Thursday, June 30, 2022 at 11:30 PM

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About this livestream

Description

The college search is difficult for all, but different circumstances present unique challenges for each applicant. It can feel confusing and overwhelming to craft a higher education plan, but with proper guidance, the process can be as fun as it is enriching.

Join Elias Miller as he covers how being a first-generation college student will impact your application --and how it can help you stand out and highlight your strengths!

The session will be interactive, so you'll be able to ask questions via our chat forum and Elias will provide you with answers and personalized guidance live!

Advisor

Elias Miller

Education
Harvard College - A.B. '17
University of Michigan - M.M. '20
University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna - Postgraduate Diploma Program
Bio
I graduated from Harvard University summa cum laude and then completed my master’s degree at the University of Michigan. I have helped dozens of students gain acceptance to their top-choice schools including Harvard, MIT, Emory, USC, Tufts, and Georgia Tech. I have also advised and mentored thousands more through my live streams. In addition to my work in college consulting, I am a professional conductor and a multi-instrumentalist. I currently serve as the music director of the Apollo Ensemble of Boston and Festival Theater Hudson and as a cover conductor with the Albany Symphony, the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Minnesota Orchestra. I have led symphonic concerts and operatic productions throughout the United States and in Europe.
Specialties
MusicPolitical ScienceLawChemistryBiologyArtTheaterComputer ScienceBusinessEconomicsLanguageHealthEngineeringEducationPsychology

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