What We Do
Conyers College Essay
Why do a College Essay Boot Camp?
- The best way to make yourself stand out from the competition is by writing exceptional college essays
- Assuming you have chosen the schools you’re applying to well, you are going to be in the same ballpark as other applicants – your GPAs, SAT scores and activities will all look the same to the admissions counselors reading your applications
- The only way to make yourself stand out in the applicant crowd and wake the admissions reader up, make them pay more attention to you than the other applicants, make them want to know you better and have you on their Campus is by writing great essays that you yourself craft
- Writing college essays can be a stressful experience especially if you are trying to write what you think the admissions people want to hear. That is exactly the kind of essay that turns an application reader off. They become bored hearing the same thing over and over again.
- When you write a college essay what you really are doing is writing your own story, writing the stories of your life
- The best way to take the stress out of the process is to fully be yourself and work with experienced professionals who can help you take the stories of your life and craft them into stellar essays
College essay boot camp is a 5 day comprehensive program where you will walk away with a finished Common Application Essay and finished Supplemental Essays for a minimum of 2 schools.
We don’t do the writing for you, we guide you to craft the perfect essays only you can write.
The boot camp will have a maximum of 12 students thereby ensuring focused, individualized attention for each participant.
We will kick the program off with an introduction on Monday morning and a closing on Friday afternoon both with parents. During the week there will be plenty of time not only for participants’ writing but for discussion and questions as well.
The program will run Monday – Friday from 9:00 – 16:00 with an hour break for lunch
USA Creative Arts Camp Summer 2020
The best way your child can learn to succeed in life is to develop discipline and study skills, learn how to think creatively and independently, open their minds by traveling the world, and have fun while they’re learning.
This one of a kind summer camp, designed specifically by Nancy Conyers for Chinese middle school students and American students to be in class together, will help your child do all these things and more. Class size limited to 12 to insure a specialized quality experience for each student.
The program will start in Los Angeles where students will stay in Hollywood and see the famous Hollywood sign, tour movie and TV studios, tour the UCLA campus, and have an American BBQ before heading to Santa Fe, New Mexico.
While in Santa Fe students will have creative writing classes, will study the 2,000 words and phrases Shakespeare created, then work together to write and perform a play in front of an American audience.
In Santa Fe, the most creative city in the US, with the cleanest air and water and most days of sunshine, the students will also tour a movie special effects studio, tour museums, visit an alpaca farm, and go to Ghost Ranch where the famous painter Georgia O’Keeffe did most of her paintings. They will also get a behind the scenes tour of Meow Wolf, George R.R. Martin’s immersive arts experience.
The cost for this program is 48,000 rmb $7,000usd, and includes all lodging, meals, entrance fees to attractions, class materials and ground transportation in the USA.
Airfares and visa arrangements not included.
Students will live together with the teacher and parent chaperones in large homes in both Los Angeles and Santa Fe and will interact with Americans and speak English all day everyday.
A detailed information package will be provided after registration.
College Essay Counseling
Can’t attend College Essay Writing Camp in Shanghai?
Work Individually with Nancy Conyers
The most important part of your college application is your essays.
Assuming your GPA, SAT or ACT scores and activities are within the colleges’ published range, unless you write a standout essay, your application will look the same to the admissions counselors as every other applicants’.
The only way to make yourself stand out in the applicant crowd and wake the admissions reader up, make them pay more attention to you than the other applicants, make them want to know you better and have you on their Campus is by writing great essays that you yourself write.
Writing college essays can be a stressful experience especially if you are trying to write what you think the admissions people want to hear. That is exactly the kind of essay that turns an application reader off. They become bored hearing the same thing over and over again.
When you write a college essay what you really are doing is writing your own story, writing the stories of your life. That’s what admissions people want to hear, the story of YOUR life.
We don’t do the writing for you, we guide you to craft perfect essays, the stories of your life that only you can write.
You’ll get focused, individualized attention working with an experienced professional who can help you craft stellar essays.
How to get started?
Contact Nancy Conyers at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hourly rate: USD $350 / hour
Nancy Conyers has been an educational consultant for over eighteen years working individually with students and their parents as well running Essay Writing Camps. Using her experience in admissions at the Wharton School and experience teaching creative writing, Nancy helps students gain entrance into the top boarding schools, universities and graduate schools in the US. Her approach is to work with each applicant to bring out their own true essence in the answers to their essay questions, thereby enabling them to stand out in the admissions process and securing admission to the top schools. Nancy is energetic and loves combining her experience in college admissions and teaching writing. She has perfected the knack of turning what could be a wrought situation into an enjoyable and productive experience. Her classes are always lively.
Nancy did her undergraduate work at the University of Pennsylvania, and holds a MFA in Creative Writing from Antioch University in Los Angeles. She is currently enrolled in the Novel Writing Program at Stanford University.
Nancy was previously the assistant director of the Wharton Executive MBA Program (WEMBA). In addition to helping to design the WEMBA curriculum, Nancy was involved in admissions and read all applications.
She was the also lead instructor for the Dallas, Texas Writers in the Schools Program (WITS) teaching creative writing workshops to students, and training programs to teachers in the Dallas Independent School District as well as training all WITS instructors.
Nancy has lived in Shanghai, Hong Kong, Italy, Sweden, and Singapore and fully understands the intricacies of international admissions.
Nancy’s students have gained acceptance to Harvard, University of Pennsylvania, Wharton, MIT, Brown, Carnegie Mellon, UCLA, USC, Barnard, Scripps, Dartmouth, Yale, Williams, Claremont McKenna, NYU, and Johns Hopkins among others.