RACL will offer a week-long Summer College Admissions Essay Workshop from July 25th to July 29th, 2016.
The purpose of the College Admissions Essay Workshop is to help rising 12th graders prepare for the college admission applications. The Workshop is mainly focused on rising 12th graders; rising 11th and 10th graders are welcome too and they will also benefit from the workshop.
The slots are limited, please register as soon as possible. First come, first served!
Website: http://www.racl.org Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Period: 7/25-7/29, 2016
Hours: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM (lunch break 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM) daily
Drop-off time: 8:30 – 9:00 AM; Pick-up time: 4:00 – 5:00 PM
Location: RCCC Church, 9266 Chapel Hill Rd, Cary NC 27513
Lunch: Students should bring their own lunches.
Registration fee: Free
Registration method: online at http://goo.gl/forms/XeSax6nxhNySAnYl2
Payment method: Please make check payable to Raleigh Academy of Chinese Language. Pay in office or mail to:
Attn: Essay Workshop, RACL, P. O. Box 50375, Raleigh, NC 27560-6375
Refund: refund 100% tuition if requested 3 weeks before the Workshop, 50% tuition if requested on first day of the Workshop. No refund after first day of the Workshop.
RACL Summer Camp Committee
College Admissions Essay Workshop
Course Description: Powerful and well-written essays can greatly increase a student’s chance of being accepted to the college of his or her choice. This 5-day workshop will give students the skills that they need to write the two main kinds of essays required by colleges and universities: personal statements and prompt-based essays. Grammar, formatting, style, and topic-choice will all be covered in detail.
During the course, students will develop two of their own original college admissions essays.
Morning Session: Introduction to the Course
Afternoon Session: Introducing the Personal Essay
Morning Session: Brainstorming / Writing the Prompt-Based Essay
Afternoon session: Personal Statement Brainstorming
Morning Session: Writing Skills/ Proofreading Review
Afternoon Session: Body Paragraph Skills for the Personal Statement
Morning Session: Body Paragraph Skills for the Prompt-Based Essay
Afternoon Session: Finishing the Personal Statement
Morning Session: Final Proofreading
Afternoon Session: Finalizing the Essay
Instructor: Matthew Klinestiver
Matthew Klinestiver has over 6 years of teaching and private tutoring experience. He has worked as an SAT-English teacher at several Chinese language academies, including the Raleigh Academy of Chinese language and the Chapel Hill Chinese School. His private tutoring service provides TOEFL, ESL, SAT-English and GRE-English preparation. Moreover, he has years of experience professionally editing and proofreading undergraduate and graduate-level essays.