Well, we finished off yesterday’s Open House in fine style, waving off a few of the last visitors (and their luggage) at about 6:00. Each of us Admissions folk agreed that the sessions we attended went very well. Adding it all up, we consider the day to have been a success.
Poking around the blog last week, I found a few posts that I had forgotten about, and that might be helpful for admitted students (and future admitted students) who didn’t attend the careers sessions at the Open House. In 2010, I asked the Office of Career Services staff to describe their work. Each member of the OCS staff focuses on a sector that is a typical objective for Fletcher students. Though there are new names attached to some of the sectors, Phillip, the OCS director (and a participant in Admissions Committee meetings) confirms that the structure of responsibilities is the same. So, below, please find links to past blog posts on OCS’s approach to sector coaching.
Of course, 2010 employment statistics aren’t very relevant now. To round out the picture, you’ll want to check more recent career reports.
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