Complete Strong & Fight On! Hey, senior school seniors


Complete Strong & Fight On! Hey, senior school seniors We all know that summer time is about the corner. For Southern Ca residents, it’s already here (at minimum it absolutely was for per week). You will be ready to stock up on suntan lotion along with your attention span is getting reduced and reduced in course. We understand it can get hard but hang on a longer that is little. Don’t give in!

Jordan said, ‘It’s not exactly how difficult you push along the real way, it’s having one thing in you to definitely finish.’ I know, We wish he had been dealing with an In N Out burger too. Maybe with a relative part of animal fries.

All kidding aside, it’s important to shut out your senior 12 months, stay consistent and finish strong. Keep doing that which you’ve been doing the very last 4 years plus don’t let up. Although you had an impressive academic fall semester, keep in mind that colleges will still wish to see your final high college transcript.

Check out things to keep in mind as the is ending year:

AP/IB Tests
Refer to my blog that is previous on these still matter and just the way they can help. It’s worthwhile to place in the extra effort!

Final Grades
We will likely be seeking your grades that are final. It is important to keep your grades up in the last semester and it does impact your offer of admission. You’ve come too far and worked way too hard to stop caring regarding the grades now.

Final Events
There are exams, proms, yearbook signings and other occasions to complete down your year. Find a way to balance your studies along with your events that are social. Being in charge of your schedule gives you the opportunity that is best to be completely current at them all.

We sincerely want to congratulate all graduating seniors! Enjoy your time and the right time you have with your friends. You are going to be planning to university before you understand it!

You Say Goodbye, I State Hello (Hello, Hello)

After a year and a half (virtually) working I find it bittersweet to say that this is my last blog post with you, our followers. Today is my final day at USC. Sharing my voice through your blog was this kind of fun experience that is learning. I ended up being able to discover a desire for web development and user design/experience, and I have always been excited to state that i’ll be moving forward to carry on involved in that field!
i will be forever grateful for the time I’ve spent at USC and I can not say enough about my own and professional development while i have been here. The individuals who work right listed below are excellent at whatever they do; you are all in good fingers. It really is especially inspiring to function every day alongside peers who undoubtedly worry about this work. These are typically colleagues, but I am honored to also phone them friends.
Finally, it couldn’t be described as a web log post without my typical list. Listed here are the top 3 things I discovered throughout my two and a half years at USC.

Do not Stop Learning
For every body who’re going to begin university, the next four years will likely be the last time in your life your work would be to discover. Learning is exactly everything you will be doing 24/7. Carry this character of learning you have graduated and approach every day knowing that there is always more to learn with you after.

Complimentary Food Is Awesome
In reality, this is budget advice. I have discovered so I always take advantage of free food that I spend the most money on food every month. The mistake was made by me of using too long to find out how to monitor my money. Like John Maxwell stated, ‘Tell your cash where to go rather of wondering where it went.’

Diversity Rules
I really like my workplace for many and varied reasons; one of these could be because of the different backgrounds of my peers. There is a running joke within the workplace that we sometimes look such as a United Colors of Benetton advertising due to how diverse we are (and now we dress ON POINT). However in most severity, being around my colleagues has triggered me personally to understand more about other peoples’ experiences and perspectives. Learn to understand the benefits of diversity. You will end up a better leader, community member, employee, employer, and being that is human.

Well, that’s it for me personally. To my students from Napa, Sonoma, Santa Rosa, Davis and the state of Washington, I will dearly miss you during travel period. It is truly been a pleasure serving all of you and in the expressed terms of Ron Burgundy, ‘Stay classy and thanks for visiting.’

I now hand you off to your blogger that is new and colleague, the hostest using the mostest, Sam Schreiber.

Hey Everyone!My title is Sam and we am so excited to be joining the USC Admission Blog! I have been working in work for nearly four years now and possess worked with Houston, Austin, San Antonio while the central coast of California since We began. I’m from SoCal and attended Calabasas senior high school before going to Nashville, TN for college. At Vanderbilt, we double majored in Spanish and therapy and then came back to LA and did a masters in social work here at USC.

I happened to be really involved in the admission office at Vandy (that is what the kids that are cool it, I promise), and dabbled in graduate school as well, so pursuing college admissions as a career ended up being constantly on my mind. In addition to having the capability to play a part in greater education with a group that is great of, I adore using prospective and current pupils. My concept is I stopped growing up at around age 16, but it is also feasible children these times are just super cool.

I am hoping to bring a reputable and authentic perspective to the admission we blog and help people see that your admission counselors actually are just you are like you, whoever. I have no question that whatever topics We cover there will be individual anecdotes thrown in there (and probably cat pictures) but also wish to provide insight into exactly what is a very human being process. Thanks for reading!