Mrs. Kashman helped me to figure out what to write for my college essay and to perfect it. She certainly helped me to get into college. I couldn't have done it without her!
~N.R., Penn State University
Mrs. Kashman was incredible as an English and Journalism teacher and as an adviser to the school newspaper for many years and has a great deal of experience. She is very knowledgeable and experienced. She was very helpful in assisting me with my college essays and making corrections and suggestions in areas that I would never have thought of myself. She definitely eased the college application process.
~L.F., University of Maryland
Thank you again for everything that you did with me to help develop my ideas. You helped make the whole process a lot easier for me. Along with Cornell, I got into every other one of my schools that I applied to. I look forward to referring friends and family to you as well as reaching out to you in the future.
~M.G., Cornell University
Thank you for all the help that you have given my daughter. Working with you has boosted her confidence in herself and the belief that she can succeed. She was accepted into all of the schools she applied to, and the application process went smoothly thanks to you!
~ Mother of M.S., University of Cortland Honors
Since Mrs. Kashman had been my teacher in freshman English honors, Journalism and Advanced Journalism as well as my adviser of the award-winning newspaper, Spectrum, I knew that there was no one better to help me make my college essay stand out to the admissions committees. Although I knew what I wanted to write about, it was Mrs. Kashman's expertise that guided me to express my love of journalism. Mrs. Kashman would read over all of my essays as well as my supplements and correct them until they were perfected. She would never alter what I wrote; instead, she would make suggestions; she would ask questions to guide me in areas that needed more detail, and she would check my spelling and grammar. Her true talent for this sort of work is remarkable.
~G.R., University at Buffalo