of students reported increased confidence in their college essay writing skills.
Story2 essay feedback received an average rating of 4.7/5 from SLN students.
The Student Leadership Network’s CollegeBound Initiative, a comprehensive college access and success program for young men and women, tasked Story2 with increasing the percentage of students from underserved communities who go to college, receive financial aid, and earn their degrees.
Story2 provided SLN/CBI with professional development, coaching, and StoryBuilder feedback across 24 SLN schools, thanks to a generous grant from the Heckscher Foundation.
“With patience, contagious confidence, and plenty of real-life examples, Story2 illuminates a process that can help all types of students discover and articulate … stories that will help them stand out in their own way, and in their own words.”
Co-head of College Counseling, Rutgers Prep
Curator of the College Lists Wiki
Rutgers Prep is a highly selective prep school with a diverse student body—about 40% of Rutgers Prep students are people of color, and 46 different languages are spoken by Rutgers Prep students at home.
For the last 9 years, Story2 has provided Rutgers Prep with coaching, StoryBuilder access, and small group workshops to increase admission at top universities and help their students earn significant scholarship money.
of students reported their instructors were effective or highly effective.
of teachers said they felt better equipped to provide feedback on college essays.
Francis Lewis High School is the largest school in Queens, with a diverse, high-achieving student body of nearly 5000 students, many of whom come from low-income or first-generation American families.
Story2 provided Francis Lewis with professional development, coaching, and StoryBuilder feedback to help their students get into the best colleges possible and earn scholarships.