Premium Content Thursday Mentoring
by Anonymous - September 12, 2004
The admissions committee would like to know more about you in your own words. Please submit a brief essay , either autobiographical or creative, which you feel best describes you.
Every Thursday, my classmates and I mount the small yellow school bus and travel to South Orange. While some students run onto the fields, dressed in soccer gear, I sit back and anxiously wait to arrive at the foster home. While others rush home to start their homework, I teach younger children the multiplication table, or the difference between…
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