Graduate school, as they say, is a whole new level.

That’s why I offer graduate application help.

Whether you have been out of school for a while and are planning to return for a professional degree, or you are looking at staying in academia, I can work with you on any aspect of your graduate school goals.

If writing isn’t your thing, or you haven’t done much of it since your first year in college, I can work with you on personal statement coaching for a wide variety of programs. In the past, I’ve worked on statements for Masters and Ph.D. programs. No matter your reasons for pursuing graduate school, the personal statement can be a powerful tool to prove your readiness for the field you hope to excel in.

What if you want to attend graduate school, but you don’t know where to start? Begin with a one-on-one coaching session with me to talk about your passions, programs you’re considering, and how to navigate all of your options. From there, we can create an application plan that incorporates researching schools, spacing out your writing, asking for letters of recommendation, and whether or not to tell your boss.

If you are applying to MFA’s in Creative Writing, please click here for more details.

No matter your reasons for pursuing graduate school, the personal statement can be a powerful tool to prove your readiness for the field you hope to excel in.

Step 1

Select your coaching needs:
Process coaching?
Personal statements?
Teaching philosophy?

Step 2

Decide if you want to work with me via an hourly plan or through a package plan. 

Step 3

Book your free 30 minute consultation to discuss your coaching needs and make sure we are a good fit for each other.

No matter your reasons for pursuing graduate school, the application process and research that goes into it can be an opportunity for checking-in with your long term goals, leading to new insights and direction. Whether you are anxious or excited (or both!), I can guide your graduate school application help through my empathetic and straightforward individual coaching.

Some applicants are lucky with support systems of friends, family, and mentors. If you need a bit more love in your corner, let my coaching sessions help cheer you on and motivate you through the process. My active listening and straight-to-the-point advice will give you the confidence to follow-through on your plans no matter if this is your first year applying or your third.

Applying to graduate school is as much a juggling act as it is a marathon. Let me help you through this process in an efficient and strategic way. 

(Did you sign up for your GRE test? Or other expensive test?)

(Seriously, go sign up.)

I know what you’re thinking.

“How am I going to write a thesis or dissertation if I can’t even write a page about myself and my plans?”

We’ve all been there.

If writing isn’t your thing, or you haven’t done much of it since your first year in college, I can provide personal statement help for a wide variety of programs. I’ve done one-on-one statement coaching with applicants for Masters and Ph.D. programs in the humanities, arts, sciences, data science, and business.

I use my experiences as an Assistant Director in undergraduate admissions and working in a University Writing Center to provide graduate application writing coaching that brings confidence and clarity to your story and avoids common pitfalls.

The personal statement can be a powerful tool to prove your readiness for the field you hope to excel in. Let me turn a painful process into a helpful one as you clarify why you are applying and what you hope to get out of the graduate school experience.

On average, graduate applicants spend 1-4 hours working with me on personal statements.