College Essay Coaching

I love helping young adults discover and craft their story.

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For more information about upcoming workshops and/or individual college essay coaching, contact me at:

meganhsager@gmail.com

I have always been curious about people; what brings someone meaning and contentment in life. It began early on, in childhood, when I longed for everyone around me to be happy.

This curiosity was the reason I studied Psychology in college. I also received a Master’s  Degree in Education. I taught in private and public schools. For a while I owned a knitting shop and taught classes there as well. What mattered to me more than teaching any specific subject matter was noticing what made children and adults come alive and reflecting back this observation.

I am also a mom to four boys. I have found their teenage years to be the most compelling —  watching them grow into their fuller self while also noticing childhood inclinations expressed in more sophisticated ways.

I believe that my work as a writing tutor and workshop facilitator is a meaningful way to help young adults take notice of who they are and where they want to go. I find tremendous joy in helping teens discover their authentic voice and watching how it empowers them.

This knowing, I believe, is the first important step to a contented life.

I have worked with students who have been accepted to a wide variety of colleges and universities. Some of them include:

  • Williams College
  • Columbia Law School
  • Duke University
  • Northwestern University
  • Rutgers-School of Pharmacy
  • Georgetown University
  • Johns Hopkins University
  • University of Michigan Engineering
  • Georgetown Law School
  • Swarthmore College
  • Pitzer College
  • University of Dayton
  • University of Pittsburgh
  • Seton Hall University
  • Fairfield University
  • Loyola University
  • Xavier University
  • Miami University
  • Drexel University
  • Rutgers University
  • Duke Law School
  • University of Michigan Law School

Click below for a recent article I wrote for  Your Teen for Parents:

Turn “Being Average” into your Superpower