Our College Essay Coaching program gives your child the benefit of a
dedicated professional coach to guide him or her from brainstorming
to final draft, with the goal of developing a truly outstanding essay.
College-bound teens need essay coaches in the same way that all writers do—to offer constructive feedback for revising, and to ensure that the writing is focused, succinct, engaging, and on topic. That kind of assistance doesn’t have to come from a paid college essay coach, but an experienced coach may be more knowledgeable about what makes a standout essay.
Graduate School and College Application Essay Coaching
Looking for some college prep ideas about writing your college application essay? Watch Debbie Merion coach an Essay Coaching student in a segment on Channel 7 Detroit WXYZ with JoAnne Purtan. The feature is part of a Channel 7 series called “Mom’s a Genius.” For the complete story, .
Essay Coaching helps hundreds of students each year through classes, workshops, webinars, , and individual coaching. For additional assistance, visit –over 100 years of experience!Our College Essay Coaching Package, which includes expert guidance and feedback, will help you personalize your essay. Our experts will work with you one-on-one to show you how to turn your essays from good into compelling so you present your thoughts with confidence and stand out from the competition.
Essay Coaching has hundreds of satisfied clients now attending top universities including Harvard, Stanford Business School, University of Michigan, New York Law and Yale. Request a freeand to receive a free copy of College Essay Coach was founded by Margo Bartsch, an experienced marketing professional and college educator. Margo's writing philosophy is that whether in marketing or in essay writing, the story must have a compelling theme and organizational structure. This big idea differentiates the student (or brand) and connects with the reader (or consumer). She works one-on-one with students either at her office in Shelburne, Vermont or with out-of-state clients on conference calls.