About the Squired community
Squired is an online community for Students with roughly 70K members.
In their own words
Admissions Help from Mentors Who've Been Through It. Squired connects you with mentors from top universities for help with your college applications and essays. One-on-one, accessible anywhere at anytime.
This community has a forum
This community does not have a realtime chat
This community does not require an application to join
This community sets up 1:1 pairing between its members
This community does not have discounts and perks for its members
This community does not host offline events and meetups
This community does not have an associated newsletter
This community does not have an associated job board
This community does not require a paid membership
This community does not educational courses
This community does not aggregate tools & resources
This community does not have a crypto token
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