Finish Strong & Fight On! Hey, senior high school seniors

Finish Strong & Fight On! Hey, senior high school seniors all of us know that summer time is about the corner. For Southern California residents, it’s already right here (at minimum it was for per week). You are prepared to fill up on suntan cream and your attention period is getting smaller and smaller in class. I am aware it can get difficult but hold on a little longer. Don’t give in!

Jordan said, ‘It’s maybe not exactly how difficult you push along the way, it is having something in you to finish.’ We know, I wish he was speaing frankly about an In N Out burger too. Maybe with a relative side of animal fries.

All joking aside, you should shut out your year that is senior consistent and finish strong. Keep doing everything you have been doing the past 4 years plus don’t let up. Although you had an impressive educational fall semester, keep in mind that colleges will nevertheless desire to see your final school transcript that is high.

Below are a few things to retain in mind as the year is ending:

AP/IB Tests
Refer to my past weblog on what these nevertheless matter and how they can assist. It is beneficial to put in the effort that is extra!

Final Grades
We are asking for your grades that are final. It’s important to keep your grades up in the last semester and it does influence your offer of admission. You’ve come too far and worked too much to stop caring regarding the grades now.

Final Events
There would be exams, proms, yearbook signings along with other activities in order to complete your year out. Find an option to balance your studies and your events that are social. Being in control of your schedule gives you the best opportunity become fully current at them all.

We sincerely want to congratulate all graduating seniors! Enjoy your time and the time you have actually along with your friends. You are going to be gonna college before you understand it!

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

After a year and a 50 % of (virtually) working I find it bittersweet to say that this is my last blog post with you, our followers. Today is my last time at USC. Sharing my voice through the blog was this kind of fun experience that is learning. We had been able to learn a passion for web development and individual design/experience, and We am excited to state that i am moving on to continue involved in that field!
I am forever grateful for the time I’ve invested at USC and I can’t state sufficient about our and professional development while I’ve been right here. The people whom work here are excellent at what they do; you are typical in good arms. It’s specially inspiring to work every day alongside peers who certainly worry about this work. They’ve been colleagues, but I am honored to also phone them friends.
Finally, it mightn’t be considered a weblog post without my typical list. Here are the top 3 things I discovered throughout my two and a half years at USC.

Don’t Stop Learning
For all of you who’re about to begin university, the following four years will be the time that is last yourself that your task is to learn. Learning is exactly everything you shall be doing 24/7. Carry this nature of learning with you once you have graduated and approach each and every day knowing that there is constantly more to master.

Complimentary Food rocks !
In reality, this is budget advice. I have found that I invest probably the most cash on food each month so i usually simply take benefit of free food. We made the mistake of taking too long to determine exactly how to track my money. Like John Maxwell said, ‘Tell your hard earned money where to go alternatively of wondering where it went.’

Diversity Rules
I like my workplace for multiple reasons; one of these could be because of the different backgrounds of my colleagues. There’s a running joke within the office we are (and we dress ON POINT) that we sometimes look like a United Colors of Benetton ad because of how diverse. But in all severity, being around my colleagues has caused me to learn more about other peoples’ experiences and perspectives. Discover to appreciate the advantages of diversity. You may be a better leader, community member, employee, employer, and being that is human.

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

We now hand you down to your blogger that is new and colleague, the hostest aided by the mostest, Sam Schreiber.

Hey everybody!My title is Sam and i’m so excited to be joining the USC Admission Blog! I’ve been working at the office for nearly four years now and have caused Houston, Austin, San Antonio as well as the coast that is central of since we began. I’m from SoCal and attended Calabasas High class before going to Nashville, TN for university. At Vanderbilt, we double majored in Spanish and psychology and then returned to Los Angeles and did a masters in social work only at USC.

I became really associated with the admission office at Vandy (that is what the kids that are cool it, we vow), and dabbled in graduate school also, so pursuing college admissions as a vocation ended up being always on my head. Along with having the capability to try out a part in degree having a great band of colleagues, I love dealing with prospective and current pupils. My concept is I stopped growing up at around age 16, but it is also feasible kids these times are just super cool.

I am hoping to bring a genuine and authentic perspective to your admission blog and assist people see that your admission counselors really are simply you are like you, whoever. I’ve no doubt that whatever topics I cover you will see individual anecdotes thrown in there (and probably cat pictures) but also wish to provide insight into just what is a very human being procedure. Thanks for reading!

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