College Essay Workshops
2019 Workshop Dates through July. Exclusive to Campanile Students.
June 03 - 06 9 am - 11 am . Session ONE
June 17 - 20 6 pm - 8 pm . Session TWO
June 24 - 27 6 pm - 8 pm Session THREE
July 15 - 18 6 pm - 8 pm . Session FOUR
July 22 - 25 6 pm - 8 pm Session FIVE
August dates TBA
June 22 9 am - 11 am
July 20 9 am -11am
July 27 9 am - 11 am (Rachel)
August 3 9 am - 11 am (Rachel)
August 17 9 am - 11 am (Rachel)
June 30 9 am-11 am
July 14 9 am-11 am (Rachel)
and then continue September - November. Pre-registration is required no later than 48 hours in advance.
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 Director of Writing and Writing Assistant, 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 Director of Writing: 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 BORSHCENKO
Rachel just completed her first year in the dual degree program at Columbia University in the City of New York and List College, the undergraduate college of the Jewish Theological Seminary. Rachel is on a pre-medical track, majoring in Biology. She’s a graduate of Carlmont High School and has worked with Campanile since 2017.