College Admissions Help for Veterans
At Ivy Coach, we are proud to be in the service of America’s veterans. In fact, since 2015, our pro bono services have been reserved exclusively for veterans of the five branches of America’s military. You see, while we would love to help lots of deserving young people on a pro bono basis, we have long felt that America’s veterans deserve special attention. After all, they sacrificed for our nation at great personal risk. They deserve a service just for them. They deserve to know — and so many of them regrettably don’t know because the word just isn’t out there enough — that America’s elite universities, including all of the Ivy League schools, indeed covet veterans. Heck, the majority of students admitted to Princeton University since the school reinstated transfer admissions a couple of years back have been veterans. If that doesn’t tell you Princeton covets veterans, what would?
And we at Ivy Coach covet veterans too, which leads us to our post today. We have an opening to help an additional veteran on a pro bono basis this year. As most veterans have completed some of their college education — either at local universities or community colleges — they typically apply during the transfer admissions process. As transfer deadlines to most highly selective universities are coming up in the next several weeks, we figured we’d sound the fog horn to see if there are any veterans who need help with their college applications for upcoming transfer admissions deadlines.
So if you’re a veteran planning to apply as a transfer in March to elite universities, we encourage you to complete Ivy Coach’s free consultation form, indicate that you’re a veteran at the bottom in the comments section, and we’ll very quickly be in touch. At this juncture most years, we are filled up with veterans. But, this year, we’ve got an opening! In fact, we might even have two openings. So reach out and we’ll be proud to offer you college admissions help at absolutely no cost to you. And while you’re here, hear from some of the veterans who have worked with Ivy Coach through the years.
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Seems like Ivy Coach only offers free service to military members of Color. Woohoo!