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Scholarships Available for “How to Write Winning College-Entrance Essays” Workshop, October 27, 2018

In the Highly Competitive College Admissions Arena, Your Application Essay can Often Mean the Difference between Getting Accepted — or Rejected — by the School of Your Choice.

Thanks to a generous sponsor, a limited number of partial scholarships are available for the upcoming “How to Write Winning College-Entrance Essays” Workshops. In addition, partial scholarships are available on a first-come, first-served basis for students attending schools affiliated with Queen City Foundation:

    • Cincinnati Country Day School
    • Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy
    • The Seven Hills School
    • The Summit Country Day School
    • St. Ursula Academy
    • St. Xavier High School
    • Ursuline Academy

Please email theenglishprofessional411@gmail.com immediately if you/your child, or someone you know, needs financial assistance in order to attend.

“How to Write Winning College-Entrance Essays”

WHEN:       Saturday, October 20, 2018; 10:00 - 11:00 a.m.
                              or
            Saturday, October 27, 2018; 10:00 - 11:00 a.m.

WHERE:      African American Cultural and Resource Center
            Christine D. Beavers Conference Room
            University of Cincinnati
            60 W. Charlton St.
            Cincinnati OH 45221-0386

COST:       $99

RESERVE YOUR SPOT:
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Who is The English Professorional?

With a Ph.D. in English, I have more than 20 years’ experience designing, facilitating, promoting and assessing educational programs for a range of audiences, including 12+ years as an English professor, two years as director of a college-based Writing Center, and a stint as director of a college readiness program for underserved middle and high school students.

As a consultant and coach, I combine competencies—in curriculum development and  instruction, educational program development and management, as well as writing and editing—to deliver a wide range of consulting services to organizations and individuals alike. I offer a suite of customized services and I specialize in (1) adolescent and adult literacy, critical and media literacies, (2) asset-based and culturally-responsive approaches to curriculum development, teaching and learning, and (3) strategic communications, framing and messaging.

Why Work with Me?

Whether I’m working through an organization or providing direct services, I coach clients towards practicable success. If your goal concerns the written or spoken word in English, I bring the expertise to help you produce flawless work. When the goal is academic success, I transform students into active learners: coaching them towards the critical thinking skills, the creative problem solving capacities, the self-organizing abilities, and the self-assurance that will allow them to excel in any academic work and career field. If your goal is bringing the best out of young people or staff members, I provide the instructional know-how to customize youth and professional development sessions that will enhance specific knowledge sets, competencies, and skills, particularly as relates to leveraging personal strengths, ensuring effective cross-cultural engagements, developing academic success skills, and mastering writing tasks.

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Sign Up Now for October Workshops

“How to Write Winning College-Entrance Essays” workshop teaches college applicants to produce those all-important application essays through proven writing techniques for showcasing the qualities colleges want most.

The hour-long interactive workshops are presented by Dr. Tiffany N. Hinton, The English Professorional. An educational consultant with more than 20 years’ experience as an English professor, Writing Center director, program manager, editor, and director of a college readiness program, I’ve helped 1,000s of students prepare for and succeed in college.

Now, I’m helping Cincinnati-area seniors—and eager juniors—create personal statements that will wow college admissions’ committees.

WHEN:       Saturday, October 20, 2018; 10:00 - 11:00 a.m.
                              or
            Saturday, October 27, 2018; 10:00 - 11:00 a.m.

WHERE:      African American Cultural and Resource Center
            Christine D. Beavers Conference Room
            University of Cincinnati
            60 W. Charlton St.
            Cincinnati OH 45221-0386

COST:       $99

RESERVE YOUR SPOT:
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Each workshop is limited to the first 20 paid students.

Questions? Please complete the contact form and I’ll respond promptly.