College admissions is often referred to as a series of gates. If you can make it through the several gates admission officer put into front of you, it's likely you'll get a spot in that university.
The first "gate" is grades, as most, if not all, colleges value grades as the most important factor. Subsequent "gates" include standardized test scores, extracurriculars, and recommendations.
However, one of the last things admission officers will look at on your application is your essays. Therefore, it's so important that you don't lose all the momentum you've built by sending in subpar essays.
Learning how to write college essays can not only help you get into the college you want, but also provides valuable insight into the process of any essay.
We asked storytelling expert, Joseph Prabhakar, to draw upon his experiences helping other students develop college essays. Through helping other students, he has found several strategies and tricks that he will share with you in this course.
Don't look any further for a course that'll help you create inspiring and beautiful college essays.
Joseph Prabhakar is the CEO of Power Communication Corp. a San Francisco based leadership and communication training company.
Joseph helps leaders communicate authentically and powerfully to their teams and customers. Utilizing principles from the theatre, martial arts, presence, mindfulness research, positive psychology and neurosciences, Joseph offers programs that are both powerful and engaging to his clients. He has conducted his popular workshops at UC Berkeley, Oracle, Stryker Pharmaceuticals, Visa, State of California, and Project Happiness among other places.
Joseph has also consulted for Fortune 50 companies across multiple verticals.