It's difficult to believe after working for nearly 3 years on the admission blog, this is my last post. Reflecting on my time as an admission therapist at USC is bittersweet. We discovered a ton, i have grown professionally, and I was challenged in and day out day. But, more important than the things I've achieved or contributed in my own job, I get to maneuver on from this chapter of amazing memories to my life, hilarious stories, and on top of that, some pretty incredible friends.
The silver lining for me is that I'm not leaving the university admission world entirely—I'll be transitioning to 'the other part of the desk' as we like to express in this profession by employed in a high school as a college counselor. I am excited to continue working together with students and families in this capacity and I also feel therefore lucky to have had such a wonderful experience at USC to assist guide me dancing.
Saying goodbye is never simple, but much like it's hard to graduate from high school and commence your life as an university student, life is really all concerning the transitions and starting new and chapters that are exciting. Therefore, that's how i will regard this change—I'm 'graduating' from my 4 years in the undergraduate admission office at USC and simply moving on to the next chapter of my entire life. I am leaving USC with incredible memories and sta