As Owner and Principal Consultant of My College Fit, Amy Jasper's passion is guiding students on their academic journey. She strives to bring a calm objective voice to the often stressful and overwhelming college admissions process, cheering students on as they discover their own strengths and interests. She serves as the bridge between parents and students, replacing the much-feared battle of wills between parent and teen. Amy's work experience comes from both sides of the admissions process and spans well over a decade. She has first hand knowledge of numerous colleges and universities often visiting over 25 campuses a year. As the mother of a recent college graduate and a college freshman, she enjoys bringing all facets of her professional and personal life experiences to My College Fit.
Highlights of her career include:
Working in undergraduate admissions at Duke University, The College of William & Mary, Dickinson College, and the University of Richmond.
Traveling extensively to secondary schools across the country to attract and matriculate competitive students to the above institutions, often times evaluating nearly 1,000 applications each admissions cycle.
- Serving as Co-Director of College Counseling at a college preparatory school where she worked with high school students through the entire college search, application and selection process.
- Maintaining an extensive network of college admissions professionals and counseling colleagues by regularly attending professional conferences and touring over 25 colleges a year.
- Currently pursuing certification as an Academic Life Coach.
BA in Economics, College of William & Mary
Masters in Public Administration, Old Dominion University
IECA Summer Training Institute
Higher Education Consultants Association (HECA)
Independent Educational Consultants Association (IECA)
Potomac and Chesapeake Association for College Admissions Counselors (PCACAC)
Southern Association of College Admissions Counseling (SACAC)