The Best Application Possible, In Just 4 Weeks?

It's easy with March Workshops. Here's how it works, week by week:

  • Workshop 1: Learn how to discover and apply to your dream college
  • Workshop 2: Craft impressive and professional academic resumes an letters of recommendation
  • Workshop 3 & 4: Excell in standardized testing on both the ACT and SAT
  • Workshop 5: Discover the many ways you can save through financial aid and make college affordable
  • Workshop 6: Create outstanding essays that help you stand out to the admissions crowd

Stand Out From Your Peers Get Into Your Dream School

Workshop 1: Picking Your College 

How do you find the college that best serves you? Does your dream school seem impossible to get into? We understand these questions tend to cause worry and headaches, but they don’t have to. This workshop goes in-depth on all the details to consider when applying to colleges. We will give you the basis to find the schools (and even majors) that best fit your individual strengths, personality, and goals. Most importantly, we will guide you through the increasingly complicated, competitive, and intimidating process of applying for college.  

June 5th, 2pm-5pm

Workshop 2: Academic Resumes & Letters of Recommendation

We guide you on how to create a killer academic resume that will undoubtedly stand out to college admissions crowd. We will also help you identify the best people to write your recommendation letters and how to get them to write a letter specifically touting your best attributes. 

June 7th, 2pm-5pm

Workshop 3 & 4: Crush the ACT and SAT

We know you have questions: What’s the difference between the ACT and the SAT? Which test should I take? Can I take them as many times as I want? Are there tricks to the test? What score do I need to stand out? 

Work with Jordan Fulmer, our SAT/ACT expert who aced both tests to determine which test is right for you. He'll cover tips and tricks, as well as his own strategies to help you answer questions correctly to achieve the highest score possible. 

June 12th & 14th, 2pm-5pm

Workshop 5: Financial Aid (Parents Encouraged) 

No doubt about it: college can be expensive. How will you pay for it? We walk you and your parents step by step through how colleges put together their financial aid packages for students. We go in-depth on school scholarships, merit aid, need-based aid, and loans. We'll teach you what we navigate our students through to earn (on average) $20,000 a year in scholarships. 

June 26th, 2pm-5pm  

Workshop 6: Essays for College Applications & Scholarships 

What do college admissions officers want out of your essays? They want to get to know you! This is your place to stand out from the crowd. Through innovative writing exercises and brainstorming, we'll show you how to take your essay from good to great. We'll show you sucessful stand-out essays, as well as teach you how to create a collection of essays to use for supplementals, UC prompts, and scholarships. 

June 28th, 2pm-5pm

Ready to Start and Stand Out?

Our Successes

7.5 Million

The Class of 2018 was awarded over 7.5 Million in scholarships under March Consulting's guidance.

15 Years

March Consulting has over 15 years experience in college admissions and test prep.

320 Acceptances

The Class of 2018 was accepted to over 320 schools under March Consulting's guidance.

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Hear What Our Clients Have Said:

“They made the college admissions process bearable. Instead of applying to a bunch of random schools, I knew exactly why I was applying to each. Help with my essays was a definite plus. I received scholarship money from all but one school I was accepted to (which I knew before applying)." 

Dylan, Stockdale High School, '17 

“I gained a better understanding of the application process, as well as what I am capable of as a writer." 

Caleb, Frontier High School, '17 

“It's less stressful with March Consulting's guidance than trying to do it all by yourself. When I finished, I felt that my application and essays were a complete and very honest representation of who I am.”

Kailey, Liberty High School, '17 

“I had complete peace of mind throughout the hectic application process. It was nice having all my applications done and it made senior year an astronomically less stressful process.”

Emma, Bakersfield High School, '17 

Meet Our Experts

Kat Clowes, CEO

Kat holds an MBA from Mount Saint Mary’s University with an emphasis in Entrepreneurship, a BA in Communications from Santa Clara University, and a post-graduate certificate in Independent Educational Consulting from UC Irvine. An associate member of the Independent Educational Consultant’s Association (IECA) and the Higher Educational Consultant’s Association (HECA), she visits college campuses throughout the United States to discover more about the great options available to a variety of different students and brings that knowledge home with her to help students discover the best fit schools for their needs.

Jordan Fulmer, Independent Educational Consultant

Receiving Bachelor’s Degree in English with Honors from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, Jordan aced the SAT and the ACT. He has years of experience tutoring students, even going as far as traveling overseas to teach English to second language-learners in Myanmar and is an associate member of the Independent Educational Consultant’s Association (IECA).

Don Kruszka, Independent Educational Consultant

Receiving a B.A. in Broadcasting from the SUNY Buffalo State, Don has led a diversified existence, including working professionally for nearly 30 years as a stand-up comedian, newspaper reporter and editor, stage actor and puppeteer. He has worked and performed in the United Kingdom, Mexico, and China, as well as across the lower 48 states. He has served on the Puppeteers of America Board of Trustees and as its Scholarship Committee Chair. He has conducted performance-based workshops for students of all ages, and had trained and led student mentor groups. Don is an associate member of the Independent Educational Consultant’s Association (IECA).

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