College Essay Workshops

2018 Workshop Dates  - Exclusive to Campanile Students

Saturdays:  9 am  - 11 am - drop in, but pre-registration is requested

June 16

June 23

June 30

July 7

July 14

July 21

July 28

August 4

and continuing in September - November.

Monday- Thursday workshops (students must attend ALL four days) Pre-registration is required.

June 18 - 21 9 am - 11 am

June 25 - 28 9 am - 11 am

July 9 - 12 9 am - 11 am

July 16 - 19 6 pm - 8 pm

July 23 - 26 6 pm - 8 pm

July 30 - August 2 9 am - 11 am

Campanile's College Essay Workshops are exclusively reserved for students enrolled in our Colonnade program.  There is no additional fee to attend the workshops and students are encouraged to participate as often as possible.  With a quiet space to work in our Borel Place Center, and lots of support and guidance from our Writing Associate and Assitant, students make tremendous progress through the many essays required for college applications.  Registration is available only to current seniors. Writing sessions include "mini-lessons" on writing - tips from grammar to storytelling and exclusive access to our Campanile produced Write On college essay instructional videos and curriculum.

Meet the Writing Associate:

Meredith Charlson:  Meredith graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Stanford in March 2016 with a BA in Comparative Literature.  At Stanford, she tutored undergraduate and graduate students at the Hume Center for Writing and Speaking.  Meredith contributed more than 20 short essays to a 2016 education textbook written by Dr. Hyun Sook Park of San Jose State (Charles C. Thomas, publisher). Meredith was a presenter on college essay writing at the 2016 conference of Northern California Writing Centers Association held at Santa Clara University and has presented on essay writing to regional members of the Higher Education Consultants Association.

Meet the Writing Assistant:

Rachel Borshchenko:  Rachel is headed to Columbia University in Fall 2018 as a Biology major.  She is a graduate of Carlmont High School where she was editor of the newspaper and a features writer.