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I first encountered the world of undergraduate admission as a student volunteer in the Boston College Office of Undergraduate Admission. While I was pursuing my graduate degree, I received a graduate assistantship in BC’s admission office, where I worked part-time as an admission counselor. This is when I truly fell in love with undergraduate admission, and, as the saying goes, the rest is history! After receiving my master's degree, I accepted a position at Babson College where I reviewed applications from students in the northeastern and southern regions of the US and international students. Additionally, I oversaw the Weissman Scholarship and Enrico Scholarship application processes, served as a co-coordinator of transfer admission, and assisted with multicultural recruitment. I also mentored many of Babson’s first-generation college students and served as the advisor to the Babson Admission Mentors program. Most recently, I worked as a professional reader and interviewer for the scholarships affiliated with the Morehead-Cain Foundation at UNC Chapel Hill and the Robertson Scholars Leadership Program (a partnership between Duke and UNC).
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