Write for the Future students become stronger writers and thinkers through our program. For them, admissions essays are a powerful intellectual coming of age experience and a teaching tool that makes them more fit for the intellectual demands of college level writing and thinking. Michelle Lovelace, the mother of one of our students last year wrote: “I wanted to write and thank you for helping Dexter become a better thinker and writer. He was, as a result of your well-organized and supportive program, able to refine his college essay while maintaining his own voice. Working with you in your program not only helped him concretize his college essay, it also really helped him to embrace the value of thinking through a personal piece of writing from formulation through completion. This is a life skill which he will take with him to Johns Hopkins and beyond.” Ms. Lovelace’s son, Dexter Zimet, is a freshman at Johns Hopkins. His essay was featured as an Essay of the Week.
Write for the Future also offers an individualized program geared toward helping middle and high school students, grades 5-10, become stronger writers. The program is customized to meet the needs of the student.
Some students need extra help in building writing skills to meet the demands of college prep programs while others have an interest in creative writing and journalism and work on developing pieces for publication. Parents Carl and Paula Magnus write: “This is the second year our 14 year old daughter has participated in the Write for the Future program and as she states,’I have become a better writer because of how I’m taught through the program to be creative, add details and edit all at the same time.’ We noticed the improvement in just a few weeks and she has only become a stronger writer as she feels more confident and comfortable about writing! Write for the Future will enhance the writing skills of those that take advantage of this creative writing program.”
All of our programs begin with a free consultation. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org