Camy Sorge. College Admissions Advisor.
After years of experience in academic advising, admissions, transfer services, and student program management, I founded Carolina Campus to work with students and their families to find the right training, college, or university for their goals.
Founder of Carolina Campus. College Admissions Coach & Advisor College. Served over 700 families. Provide help with high school selection; class & curriculum choice; test preparation & strategy; summer and activity planning; college tours; development of appropriate college application list; oversee application process; essay brainstorming, critique & proofreading; scholarship search; financial aid; career tools & evaluation; referrals for tutoring, disability services, and counseling; transfer and graduate school admissions services; and internship and career development for current and former college students. Operate a pro bono program each year to help in need students.
Associate Director of Degrees Matter. Co-creator of countywide education initiative. Degrees Matter is responsible for successful partnership and business development across educational, foundation, governmental, and business sectors; program development from idea to launch of services; and securing state and grant funding.
Assistant Director of Transfer & Adult Academic Success Project Manager. Initiated and developed educational partnerships with multiple community college partners and K-12 districts to include early and middle college transfer programs and new dual admission program between UNCG & Guilford Technical Community College. Managed ACTS, a coaching program for returning adults to campus, to increase retention of non-traditional students. Advised a yearly cohort of undergraduate students on the early completion of degrees, honors and career development activities, and graduate school admissions.
Academic Advising, Bryan School of Business and Economics. Advised students with focus on retention, academic development, and career skill building while working with high-risk and special populations such as student athletes, adult, and transfer students; increased retention rates each year.
To make the admissions process a positive experience, helping the student’s development and independence.