Command Education In the News
“While grades are important, extracurricular activities are just as important, if not more, and will really help you stand out,” said Christopher Rim, president and chief executive of Command Education Group.
Christopher Rim of Command Education Group, which coaches students, remembers that one student who wanted to become a dentist set up a nonprofit and held fund-raisers to distribute toothbrushes, toothpaste and other dental products to homeless shelters.
When Christopher Rim, now 23, was the only graduating senior at his high school in Bergen County, New Jersey, to get accepted to Yale, underclassmen immediately reached out to ask him how he did it.
Christopher Rim always had an entrepreneurial spirit. In eighth grade, he started his first business called Prestige Review Group, and tutored his younger peers in Paramus.
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Naturally, the recent Yale graduate is no stranger to high-profile accolades. Yet, he was taken aback by his latest feat: landing on Forbes’ annual 30 Under 30 list.
The latest Forbes Magazine “30 Under 30” edition includes several Yale affiliates in a variety of fields.
Christopher Rim helped conduct a national survey that asked how students feel in schools. The response: tired, stressed, and bored.
Yale graduate, 22, promises to get teenagers into Ivy League schools by charging $950 an hour as their life coach
Christopher Rim, 22, has been making a living tutoring high school students on how they can becoming more appealing to admissions departments at places like Harvard and Yale.