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Wednesday, October 21, 2009Changes
Well, aside from the big name change (which is a looooong process!), there are other changes on the horizon too!
I will soon be looking for other employment opportunities. My time being the Director of Admission has come to an end and I'm grateful for the growth that I experienced in the position. However, my true passion is working with a much different population of students. I'm very hopeful that something will surface soon - I'm really looking for the "right fit" in my next career step. I'm totally open to doing something different, too, as long as it's not sales and doesn't involve a pole. As much as I love writing my blog, I don't think it's going to pay the bills...
This career move doesn't exactly come at the best time. Blair and I were hoping to buy a house and start a family in the near future - I guess all of that gets to be placed on HOLD. Plus, there are the holidays to think about ($$$) and bills to pay ($$$) and groceries to buy ($$$) and, you know, STUFF ($$$). I feel really guilty about making the decision to resign, but some things just have to be done. No risk, no reward, right?
So, if anyone is hiring, please consider me for your available position. My resume is excellent and my writing abilities speak for themselves (wait a minute...). I attended Harvard, so there's that... Oh, and I'm totally loyal to the organization that I represent. I adapt well and am a quick-learner. I'm good at communication and can give one great presentation. References are available. And, I've got a winning smile! YOU CAN'T GO WRONG!