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Jocelyn Johnson

Jocelyn Johnson

Jocelyn graduated in 2012 from Princeton University, where she majored in Anthropology and minored in African-American Studies. As an anthropology major, she developed a love and appreciation for storytelling and finds it to be one of the most intriguing cultural forms. Jocelyn joined the Story2 team after working for two years as a counselor with Prep for Prep and enjoys helping students discover and share the stories that make them who they are.

Recent Posts by Jocelyn Johnson:

by Jocelyn Johnson, on Jul 22, 2021 11:59:31 AM

Summer is the perfect time to begin working on your college admission essays! But, during the summer, students usually have more questions about writing their Common App essay than answers …

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by Jocelyn Johnson, on Jul 21, 2021 8:13:17 PM

Here's a 3-step process to write admission and scholarship essays that keep your readers (aka admissions officers) engaged from the first sentence to the very last word. 1) Begin with …

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by Jocelyn Johnson, on Jul 21, 2021 2:02:28 PM

When you tell a story, it ignites a process called mental mirroring, and three things happen all at once in your brain: Your story sparks the reader’s memories. Those memories …

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Topics:college admissionsstorytellingmoments methodcollege essays

by Jocelyn Johnson, on Jan 22, 2015 12:52:00 PM

College is expensive. Being able to pay for college—all of it, not just the first year—is equally as important as getting into college itself. Most college application deadlines have passed, …

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