College Essay Camp

Taught by Maya Mahony

Session 1: 
July 11-15, 2022; 1:00-4:00PM

Session 2: (this session is full)
July 18-22, 2022; 6:00-9:00PM

Open only to rising seniors
All classes are virtual.
Cost: $475

       Be the envy of all your friends: begin your senior year with finished college essays!  

College Essay Camp can ease fears, break writing blocks, and help you find original and authentic topics for your college essays. In a fun and collaborative atmosphere: 

 

  • Learn what the admissions officers really want.

  • Study successful examples.

  • Generate original ideas.

  • Draft and revise essays.

  • Receive feedback from your peers.

  • Receive skillful feedback from your instructor.

 

Leave the class more confident and inspired about your essays - and with some writing strategies you can use for the rest of your life.

The class will be capped at 12 students - enough that we will have a wealth of ideas and perspectives - but small enough to ensure personalized attention from the instructor every day. If you have been asking yourself how to answer UC prompts, how to write the common app essay, or how to write a scholarship essay, then this class is for you!

Meet Your Instructor

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Maya Mahony graduated from Stanford with a degree in English and creative writing and is currently a graduate student in fiction at the Iowa Writers' Workshop. Her stories and poems have been published in The Antigonish Review, Scrivener Creative Review, Anser Journal, BALLOONS Lit. Journal, Collision Literary Journal, Ambrosia Feminist Zine, the Stanford Daily, the Leland Quarterly, and Terrain.org. She is a Creator School favorite! 

Register Today!

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Cost: $475


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If you are not yet a senior and want support on academic writing, Creator School recommends Palo Alto Writing Academy.

WHAT STUDENTS SAY

This camp helped me feel less overwhelmed about college applications, and I loved bouncing ideas off my peers. 

— Miranda