AdmitLink is a non-profit admissions consulting firm assisting students seeking to attend college or graduate school. We also work with high school athletes seeking to earn NCAA scholarships. Our services include matching the student with prospective schools, reviewing the resume and personal statement, assisting in the scholarship search and financial aid process, proofreading the applications, and long-term career planning. We specialize in applications geared towards Ivy League institutions, the top liberal arts colleges, Military Service Academies (West Point, Annapolis, Air Force Academy), and the top law & business schools.
AdmitLink also offers partnerships with other non-profits, churches, mentoring programs, and after-school programs. We train our partner organizations in the college application process, so the organization can then better assist their underserved high school students. (Teach the teacher!) We use the tools, materials, and metrics that we develop for our one-on-one clients/services to provide programming for our partner organizations.
Our understanding of the admissions process at the undergraduate and graduate levels plays a vital role in increasing the academic opportunities for our clients. The key to our success is our personal experience and education at the most elite universities in the United States. The academic success of our students is our only goal.
Justin McFarlin is a West Point graduate and recently completed his Master of Public Administration from the Harvard Kennedy School after completing his Master of Business Administration from Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business. Justin received a full-tuition fellowship from the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management to finance his MBA, and received substantial scholarships for his Master of Public Administration. Justin served as an Outreach Officer in West Point’s admissions office prior to graduate school and recently worked as an education consultant for a New York City charter school network.
Jaimie McFarlin is currently a Harvard Law School student and graduated from Washington University in St. Louis (WashU) with both her Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Bachelor of Arts. During college, Jaimie worked in the admissions office of WashU. Jaimie received multiple undergraduate scholarships, including a full-tuition John B. Ervin scholarship, and she was the recipient of a full-tuition Consortium for Graduate Study in Management Fellowship to finance her MBA. Jaimie is currently an NAACP Legal Defense Fund Earl Warren Scholar at Harvard Law School. After a stellar varsity basketball career at WashU, Jaimie played professional basketball in Copenhagen, Denmark before attending Harvard Law School.
Samara Fox recently graduated with a Juris Doctorate (J.D.) from Harvard Law School and a Master of Public Health from the Harvard School of Public Health. While in law school, Samara served as a non-residential pre-law tutor for Harvard's Quincy House, editing undergraduate's personal statements and resumes and giving general advice on the law school application process. Samara attended Yale University as an undergraduate, and was awarded the Robert G. Crowder prize for her senior thesis in psychology. As an undergraduate, Samara played intercollegiate club rugby, and she joined the Harvard-Radcliffe Rugby Football Club as a graduate student. Samara will be working for a year as a legal fellow in the Immigration Unit at Greater Boston Legal Services, and she plans to start work as a junior associate at Ropes & Gray LLP in the corporate health division in the Fall of 2014.
Meg Zisser is currently a Harvard Law School student where she is on the board of Advocates for Education. She graduated from Williams College with a Bachelor of Arts in History and spent two years working as a paralegal at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, a New York law firm specializing in mergers and acquisitions. Meg has held internships at Lawyers for Children, a New York non-profit that represents children in foster care and Advocates for Children of New York, an educational advocacy group. This summer, Meg will be a Summer Associate with Kramer Levin Naftalis and Frankel.