Volunteer – Contribute More to Our Community

Activity1:

A few volunteer experience at a City Council Office from Grade 9-10, but without competition participation or charitable activity participation.

Due to her target to enter the Top 20 universities in the US and Canada, we planned the following activities for her to participate in Grade 10 and Grade 11:

  • UNICEF’s School-in-a-box Charitable Program, fundraise for vulnerable children – to enhance the student’s communicative skills and interpersonal skills
  • UBC MiniEnterprize Business Competition
  • Cornell University Summer Program
  • United Nation Internship Program
  • Youth Journalist Club
  • Debate Training Program
  • Toastmaster International Speech Series
  • Youth Inventor Series Courses
  • Youth Programming Training Camp
  • Summer Pilgrimage to Top US Universities
  • One-on-one Assistance of Vulnerable Children Program

Outcome:

Z got 5 offers including Cornell University, New York University, University of South California, University of Toronto, and University of British Columbia

Case 2:

P is a Grade 12 student in Surrey, BC. He does not know what his passion is, knows nothing of his future school or major, and has very low self-esteem. His parents forced him to learn Accounting in a university in Canada, although the student had no interest in any business-related disciplines. He was very depressed when seeing us the first time. P knew that time was a limit, he had to figure out a solution to finding his path.

After consultation with us, we conducted multiple potential assessments and found that P has a very specific talent in arts, animation specifically. He also expressed his strong interest in pursuing a future career in animation characters and game industry. We provided very accurate analysis based on his current situation and designed a personally tailored training program for P.

Countdown Planning Duration: 6 months all-inclusive university planning package, plus portfolio package

Target/goal school: US Top 10 Arts/Design universities/colleges

Target/goal major: Animation, game design

Academically: School grades average: 80; IELTS: non-taken.

We recommend P to take IELTS Asap and get a minimum of 6.5 band score. We designed a group IELTS courses for P to enhance his reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. His mock test is 5.5 before the course, and two months after. P achieved 6.5 band score, a minimum requirement for US school entrance.

Activities: A few volunteer experience from Grade 9-11, but without competition participation or charitable activity participation.

Due to a time limit (only six months left), we planned three activities for his to participate:

  • Youth World Cup Live Competition: preliminary and final round – a proof of the student’s artistic skills
  • UNICEF’s School-in-a-box program, fundraise for vulnerable children – to enhance the student’s communicative skills and interpersonal skills
  • Toastmaster International Speech Series – to boost the student’s self-confidence through public speaking

 

Portfolio: Prepare a high-quality art portfolio with 25 artworks, including works of sketching, graphic design, interior design, a 10-second animation clip, oil painting, industrial design, etc.

Training: 8-hour intense hand-drawing courses every week for three months, including sketching, color composition, creative drawing, and computer-based drawing. 8-hour intense portfolio preparation course every week for two months.

Outcome:

Z got 5 offers including Cornell University, New York University, University of South California, University of Toronto, and University of British ColumbiaWindows Performance Stationсайт make upпрограмма антиплагиат