FREE graduate school application editing!

Update: This contest is now closed. For graduate school application consulting services, visit my business website and schedule a free consultation. Let’s work together to make your application stand out!

Are you applying to graduate school in the diaspora? Do you need help with editing your graduate school application? You’re in the right place- hopefully!

I recently completed my Masters of Science in Community Health Sciences at the Center for Global Public Health in the University of Manitoba. A few weeks ago, in honour of Nobel prize winning author Toni Morrison, I wrote a blog post on the importance of passing on freedom through mentorship – whereby our own freedom (through our education, training, careers, talents) imparts on us the responsibility to help and empower others through mentorship.

Thus, I would like to pass it on and help someone else start their graduate school journey. Applications for grad school are very time consuming, with long processes that require a lot careful consideration. I would like to help two aspiring graduate students with their applications by proof reading their admission essays and providing relevant feedback. There are services that provide such services at a fee but I’m provide these services at no cost.


2 lucky contestants who are applying to a Masters or PhD program, either in Canada or the US.


Contest to receive free proof reading and feedback of essay, personal statement, research proposal, or resume/CV for graduate school admission.


Entries to win free editing services are open until November 19th 2019.


Enter through my contact page. Tell me about your program(s) of interest, school(s) of choice, the application piece you would like assistance with, and deadline for application.

If you’re not at the application stage yet but are thinking of applying to grad school in the future and have specific questions, feel free to contact me as well. My areas of content expertise are in global public health, public health, epidemiology, biostatistics, global health policies, and health promotion. I also have some experience in microbiology and immunology in relation to infectious diseases.

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