We hosted our second annual Precollege Fair with Catholic, Duke, Maryland, and Summer Discovery in Montgomery County, MD in March 2023
NewSchools Venture Fund selected Admissions Gambit for their Racial Equity grant in November 2022. We will provide rising seniors of underrepresented, first-generation backgrounds with free college admissions and essay development packages.
We hosted our first annual Precollege Fair with American, Georgetown, Maryland, Montgomery College, and Trinity University in Montgomery County, MD.
Dr. Hesse created a course titled Enrollment Management: The Student Lifecycle for Georgetown University's Master's in Higher Education Administration program. He will teach the course as a faculty member for Summer 2021.
We have partnered to award one yearly free Rook package to a deserving senior at Mrs. Hesse's alma mater ('08). Visit Good Counsel's webpage to learn more about our award!
Admissions Gambit is proud to join Estudios Universitarios for their virtual fair on February 20, 2021! This fair is a partnership between the University of Maryland, College Park, Prince George's County Public Schools, and Telemundo 44. Sign up here to join for free.
Dr. Hesse was invited back to his alma mater as a guest panelist to provide career tips with a focus on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
Dr. Hesse was interviewed about his life experiences and doctoral research prior to graduation. His dissertation focused on training admission counselors in the state of Maryland on better recruitment of undocumented students to colleges.
Admissions Gambit Cofounders’ alma mater is the University of Maryland, College Park (UMCP). The Diamondback, UMCP’s official newspaper, published an op-ed written by Dr. Hesse advocating for financial aid for undocumented students in the state of Maryland.
After the 2016 presidential election, Dr. Hesse moderated a “Race in America” forum on Latino identity with experts from education, medicine, business, and journalism.
Montgomery College (MC) interviewed Dr. Hesse in 2013 highlighting his difficult upbringing and how MC changed his life after high school. The article was reposted in 2015.