Free Information Session – Friday Sept 13, 2019
Open to all students and parents.
Getting good grades and pursuing “extracurriculars” are obvious steps in preparing for college. But, there’s also the “mystery” of the personal statement.
Even though your high school student has been writing in school for years, the college personal statement is a different kind of writing that often causes deep anxiety and stress.
In this free 1-hour presentation, parents of teens and teens preparing for college can learn:
- Where the major pitfalls in writing the personal statement are and how to avoid them
- How to answer Common App or UC prompts effectively
- What NOT to worry about and how to de-stress the process
- How to support the emerging adult in your college-bound teen
- And more…
About the Presenter
Dr. Wrye Sententia teaches writing at UC Davis. She has over fifteen years experience teaching students how to write well. Wrye also works as a writing consultant and volunteers for various educational nonprofit organizations. She has provided mentoring to hundreds of successful students in their college application process.
WHO: Teens preparing for college and parents of teens
WHEN: FREE SESSION OPEN TO ALL — This Friday Sept 13th
WHERE: Blanchard Community Room, Davis Public Library
315 E 14th St, Davis, CA 95616
Contact: Wrye 530-220-2824 firstname.lastname@example.org