DATE
SAT 11TH NOV

TIME
12:15





About:


Outlining all of the ingredients and factors that US universities will be looking for in your child. This talk will clearly detail how to maxmise your child's chances of getting into the US university of their choice.


Speakers:


William Wheelan

William Wheelan, President and Founder of Sentia Education

William is a native New Yorker and a graduate of Regis High School.  He holds a B.S. in Theater and a B.A. in Comparative Literary Studies from Northwestern University and a certificate in College Counseling from UCLA Extension. His career as a tutor spans nearly twenty years and includes in-depth preparation for not only the SAT but also the SSAT, ISEE, ACT, LSAT, and GRE. 

As an academic mentor, William has personally guided over four hundred students through the challenges of high school, college and beyond. His extensive background in college consulting germinated from a desire to help his SAT students present themselves in the best possible light throughout the college application process. His combination of an emphasis on community involvement, specialized interests, and polished and persuasive writing samples has a consistently transformative effect on his students’ futures.

William previously served as the Chair of the Young Leaders Council at The Center in New York City and founded The Center’s College Admission Counseling Program for underserved youth. He also serves on the board of directors of Quintessence Theatre Group whose mission includes bringing classical theatre to new audiences. At Sentia, he established the Sentia Scholars Program for Underserved Youth, a no-cost mentorship program with a mandate to serve displaced and underserved members of the LGBT youth community. William is a member of the National Association for College Admission Counseling and the Higher Education Consultants Association.


Hear from the sector's brightest thinkers, discussing the trends and topics that will affect your child's future.
New for this year there will be two theatres running concurrently, The Sunday Times Education Theatre and the London Parents Forum.