Project Code: STATE-MKD-84

College Essays/SAT tutor for EducationUSA Competitive College Club

Project Title College Essays/SAT tutor for EducationUSA Competitive College Club
Project Summary Organize and lead tutoring sessions on college essay writing, Book Club discussions, and SAT preparation for Competitive College Club students
Country Macedonia
Agency Department of State
DoS Office N/A
Post SKOPJE
Section EducationUSA
Number of Interns 2
Project Description

The EducationUSA offices in Bitola, Skopje and Tetovo, Macedonia, run a very successful Competitive College Club (http://edusa-cccbitola.blogspot.mk/), a signature EducationUSA program that helps the best and the brightest high school students have an improved chance at admissions to U.S. colleges and universities. The duties of the e-Intern will include but are not limited to: proof-reading and providing feedback on college application essays; running Book Club sessions; engaging with Macedonian high school students and Senior EducationUSA adviser to virtually provide SAT test preparation session; organizing webinars on college essay writing, U.S. higher education, and campus and academic life in the U.S; hosting movie discussions; and blogging about her or his college experience. One e-Intern will work only with the Competitive College Club Bitola and one will divide activities between the Competitive College Clubs in Skopje and Tetovo.

Required Skills or Interests
Skill(s)
Editing and proofreading
Writing
Storytelling/blogging/vlogging
Additional Information

EducationUSA centers actively promote U.S. higher education around the world by offering accurate, comprehensive, and current information about educational institutions in the United States and guidance to qualified individuals on how best to access those opportunities. Millions of prospective students learn about U.S. study opportunities through EducationUSA centers around the world each year. EducationUSA Macedonia has 3 EducationUSA Centers and 4 active Competitive College Clubs helping more than 40 high school students reach their potential and goals to study in the United States.