I finished my PHD in Religion and Social Ethics at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles in May of 1995 (See my doctoral dissertation online at USC) . Since that time, I have dedicated my life to helping others to have the opportunity of a higher education, or to be selected for a fellowship, scholarship, internship, or residency opportunity. An eloquent statement can often make the difference. Nurses make up nearly half of my clients, since I have gravitated in this direction intentionally. I enjoy working on behalf of nurses because they are generally good people who truly want to contribute to their communities.
Most of my clients are people for whom English is a second language. Almost all are multilingual and many have extensive experience from outside the United States. Applying to programs of higher education in America, Canada, England and Australia. I am convinced that one’s ethnicity, language skills, and multicultural experiences need to be woven together in a most eloquent fashion in your Personal Statement, Statement of Purpose, or Letter of Intent/motivation, as interconnected themes that radiate throughout your admission essay. Your ethnic/racial and cultural backgrounds and international aptitudes are your greatest assets as an applicant, and they need to be carefully related to both your short and long term goals. I do everything that I can to make your statement as effective as possible. If you are able to afford my Gold Service, after a careful review of your material, I often ask you specific questions born from my many years of experience writing statements for admission to nursing school. I am a seasoned expert concerning what is important to include, and what is not. I have also had a great deal of practice at condensing a lot of material into a very limited space limitation. (I like to think of it as brain surgery).
I leave you with pictures of me with the princpal light of my life, my only child, David Dylan Edinger (now 9 years old).