Get it Done
The College Application PROGRAM at Fenn
"My son was able to tackle first quarter, fall sports, early applications, and college visits without much stress; I am sure this was due to the jump start he had at Get it Done. He left GiD with a completed Common Application, polished essays, and a clear plan for the fall." - GiD Summer 2016 Mom
Through Get it Done, rising high school seniors will have the opportunity to complete their college applications prior to the start of the school year and the pressures of being a senior.
Students will be guided through the elements of the Common Application, supplements and essay writing; class sizes will be limited to 25 students per session so that students can benefit from individualized counseling and essay feedback.
Dates: August 13th-16th, 2018
Sessions: Monday-Thursday 9:30AM-12:30 PM or 5:00-8:00 PM
Cost: $400 per session (Note: Cancellations before July 1st will receive a $300 refund. No refunds will be offered after July 1st.)
Note: students are required to bring their own laptops.
ThE Get it Done faculty:
Alison Furey Nowicki
CCHS Guidance Counselor, 2005-present
CCHS Guidance Chair, 2009-present
B.A. Williams College, 1999
M.A. Boston College, 2004
Ed.D. Northeastern University, 2015
Dr. Nowicki was raised in Concord attended CCHS, and graduated from Williams College in 1999. She earned her doctorate in educational leadership from Northeastern University in 2015. Dr. Nowicki has been advising CCHS students through the college application process for the past eleven years. Dr. Nowicki currently serves as the Guidance Department Chair at CCHS. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rebecca “Bee” Britten Loprete
CCHS English Teacher, 2000-present
CCHS English Chair, 2008-2012
B.A. Amherst College, 1990
Ph.D. Brandeis University, 2001
Dr. Loprete moved to Concord with her family in 1997; she attended The Albany Academy for Girls (K-12), graduated from Amherst College in 1990, and earned her doctorate in British and American Literature from Brandeis University in 2001. Dr. Loprete has been teaching English and coaching students on their college essays since 1990; she has taught at Emma Willard School and Lexington High School, and started teaching at CCHS in 2000, where she has served as the English Department Chair. She can be reached at email@example.com.