While getting to attend college is a true privilege, the application process is grueling at best. Carter Osborne has worked with students for years as they craft their essays, but the role he plays in kids’ lives during this pivotal time goes much deeper. Devoted to teen mental health and suicide prevention, Carter approaches the entire process as an actual opportunity for students to get to know themselves. For true self-reflection. Reforming the college admissions process in the United States can’t happen soon enough but, until then, students having a trusted ally by their side throughout it all is critical. We’re so lucky to have the best of the best with us today.
Carter is the founder of Carter Osborne Tutoring, where he works with high school students to build writing skills and navigate the college application process. He is also a manager at global PR firm WE Communications, where he advises Microsoft on communications strategies related to affordable housing, education, AI ethics, and Washington State legislative policy. Writing and storytelling are fundamental to both roles, and through his work in college admissions, Carter encourages students to view the application process as an opportunity for self-reflection, expression, and personal growth.
Carter graduated with a B.A. from Stanford University and a Master’s in Public Administration (MPA) from the University of Washington.
To learn more about his work in college admissions, visit http://carterosbornetutoring.com