New York Workshops 2019: Sunday April 27, Sunday May 4, Saturday, June 15

What makes a Strong College Admissions Essay? We will guide rising juniors and seniors to discover answers to that question in a Write for the Future workshop in the Chelsea area of Manhattan. The workshop is the perfect start for students to begin to engage the process of creating admissions essays. Choose one of the following dates: Sunday April 27, Sunday May 4, Saturday, June 15. Each workshop will take place from 10:30-3:30.

The cost of the workshop is $300, which can be applied to the costs of Write for the Future’s Individualized Coaching Program in the future. Space is limited and enrollment is on a First Come, First Serve basis. To enroll, email us at

Students will brainstorm ideas of their own as we introduce them to our techniques of developing strong ideas for admissions essays. Students will also begin writing and will see several other examples of compelling essays of students admitted to competitive colleges.

Congratulations to Write for the Future’s Class of 2019 as they weigh their many choices. Here’s the latest tally: Brown-5, Duke-5, Cornell-4, Harvard-4, University of Michigan-4, Yale-4, Columbia-3, University of Pennsylvania-3, University of Virginia-3, Amherst-2, Case Western Reserve University-2, Colgate-2, Dartmouth-2, Emory-2, Fordham-2, Lehigh-2, Morehouse-2, University of Maryland-2, New York University-2, Northwestern-2, Pomona-2, Rutgers-2, Stanford-2, USC-2, University of Richmond-2, University of Saint Andrews-2, Wake Forest University-2, Williams-2, American University, Barnard, Bennington, Boston College, Bryn Mawr College, Colorado College, DePaul University, Drexel University, Eckerd, Georgetown, Hamilton, High Point University, Howard, Macalaster, Marquette, University of Massachusetts, New School, Northeastern, Pitzer, Princeton, Reed, Scripps, Smith, Spelman, Syracuse, Tufts, UCLA, University of California-San Diego, University of Pittsburgh, University of Rhode Island, University of Scranton, University of Wisconsin, Villanova, Wellesley, and West Virginia University.

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