New York Times Article: Making a Hard-Life Story Open a Door to College

The New York Times recently published an article (“Making a Hard-Life Story Open a Door to College“) on College Summit, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping under-privileged candidates excel in the admissions process.

What is noteworthy in this article, beyond the benevolence of the non-profit itself, is the organization’s powerful belief in each candidate’s story as a differentiator.  As the New York Times writes, “The workshop is intended to help them discover — and prove to college admissions officials — that their life stories can be as powerful as high SAT scores and stellar grades.” Indeed, the MBA Admissions process is no different. Your personal story can and will make the difference.

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