In an unusual scheduling fluke, the entire Admissions staff has been in the office for the past two days. Not for long, though. Flights will soon be carrying my colleagues to California and to the midwest (Chicago and Minnesota), and then next week to Asia.
While not as glamorous, but with the advantage that it requires no flights or jetlag, I’ll be taking off in less than an hour for my tour of Boston’s western suburbs. At noon, I’ll be at Wellesley College, followed by a late afternoon information session at Boston College. (So crafty of me to fit them both in one day!) It’s the perfect time to take a drive in that direction — the fall foliage is in full color burst — and we always receive great applications from graduates of both colleges. Plus, at Wellesley, I’m looking forward to meeting up with not one but two alums working in the careers office.
Two colleges, alumni visits, fall foliage, and home for dinner. A quick trip with lots of benefits!
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