Join Matriculate High School Fellows as they explain more about Matriculate’s free college advising program, in addition to navigating the college search and college transition process as first-generation college students. In this session, we’ll cover the aspects to look for when developing a college list, how they chose colleges to apply to while remote, and tips for transitioning to college.
Matriculate is a nonprofit that provides free college advising to eligible high school students. We will match you with a current college student who will guide you through the college application process. Apply to Matriculate here: https://matriculate.formtitan.com/ftproject/hsfapplication?utm_source=CollegeVine
Undergrad College: Georgetown University '21
Major: History; Minors in French and Russian
Work Experience: The college applications process is all about responding to one question: who are you? I am passionate about helping students craft a creative answer. I have been helping students gain admission to the T25 schools of their dreams since 2018, when I first started working for CollegeVine as an Applications Consultant, and later, blog writer. Soon after graduating from Georgetown, I started my own company to make college advising my career. I currently mentor students through one-on-one consulting sessions and essay editing.
My Admissions Story: My admissions journey began with a desire to dive into the humanities and have an adventure of self-discovery. I applied to East Coast liberal arts schools that value creativity and specialize in teaching languages, history, and international affairs. One thin deferral letter came in the fall, a thicker envelope came in the spring, and with that, I was accepted to my dream school — Georgetown University!