Done with College. Now What?

For all of you who are just graduating or getting ready to graduate, congratulations. It’s well-deserved! You’ve made it through all-nighters, 50 page essays, and some of the best times of your life. This is a time of conflicting emotions – sad to say goodbye, curious about the next chapter, and anxious about what the future holds. You might be thinking, “now what?”

Whether or not you have a job lined up, any idea of what you want to do next, or if you want to go to graduate school, we are here to help.  Not knowing exactly what the next few years hold, it’s always a good idea to put yourself in the best possible position to succeed. These upcoming years are a time to credential yourself, to continue achieving, and to make a name for yourself. Is graduate school in your future?

Whether you are thinking (or not thinking, quite yet) about furthering your academic career with law school, business school, or medical school, InGenius Prep will ensure that you are the best possible applicant when it comes time. Our admissions team, made up of former admissions officers and graduate coaches from the leading universities in the country, will create and help implement your candidacy strategy. From when and how to start studying for your entrance exam, to which organizations to join, to what community service efforts to take part in, all the way to how to build the perfect resume, we have the answers. Our candidacy building program will make you the best possible graduate school applicant, vastly improving your chances of getting into that dream school.

Thinking about graduate school? Talk to us. Get a free consultation with an InGenius Prep admissions expert, someone who has been there and done that, successfully.

About the Author

Yosepha Greenfield grew up in Los Angeles and graduated from Yale University with a B.A. in Political Science. While at Yale, she was the Captain of the Women’s Basketball team and the starting point guard. Under her leadership, the team advanced to the NIT tournament for the first time in program history.

Throughout her academic, athletic, and professional career, Yosepha has dedicated herself to helping people become the best version of themselves. She has mentored several young female athletes, promoted the importance of fitness through children’s exercise videos and fitness startups, and now works to help as many students as possible achieve their admissions goals.

Yosepha is also a six-time National Champion in Tae Kwon Do.