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Creating a Successful Activities List: Your Step-by-Step Guide
Students often underestimate the importance of their Common App activities list in the college admissions process. It's not only necessary to fill that list with impactful activities but also to be cognizant of how you present those activities.

Admissions officers can't come to see you on the field or in the lab, so it's essential that you're mindful of how you showcase yourself through the activities list. The order you list your activities, the verbs you choose—all of this and more will affect how admissions officers perceive you.

That's why we're hosting a free webinar on "Creating a Successful Activities List: Your Step-by-Step Guide"

This presentation will cover:
⭐ Inside the Admissions Office: How Applications Are Evaluated
⭐ Everything You Need to Know about the Activities List: How Real Students Stood Out
⭐ Step-by-Step Guide: How to Craft Your Activities List

DJ Rock, a Former Admissions Officer from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), will host this free webinar. In addition to her work at MIT, DJ completed her Master’s of Education Degree in Higher Education Administration at Northeastern University!

Join DJ on Tuesday, August 16th at 5pm PDT/8pm EDT. Attend live to take advantage of a Q&A with DJ!

Can't make it? All registrants will receive a link to the recording + more free resources!

Aug 16, 2022 08:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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DJ Rock
Former Assistant Director of Admissions of Multicultural Recruitment @Massachusetts Institute of Technology
I am a Former Admissions Officer with InGenius Prep, based in Boston, Massachusetts. I earned my Bachelor of Science in Journalism, with a minor in Political Science from Boston University and I have a Master’s of Education Degree in Higher Education Administration at Northeastern University. For the first two years of my career, I worked at Bottom Line, a community-based organization in Boston where I worked as a College Access Counselor, helping caseloads of 65 students per year complete their college and financial aid applications. I became fascinated by the admissions process, and then transitioned to being an Admissions Counselor and then an Assistant Director of Admissions at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). I spent my time at MIT reviewing first-year applications for domestic and international admissions, supervising a team of student employees, and planning events for multicultural outreach.