Don't Miss the Last Grad School Fairs of 2008!

Southeastern professionals and undergrads can meet with top social-impact graduate schools at our Graduate Degrees for the Public Good fairs, to prepare you to change your world and to take on executive roles.

We will visit Durham (October 27), spend Halloween in New Orleans (October 30), and end the season on Election Day Eve in Atlanta (November 3).

While we are glad we’ll have successfully completed our fifth year of graduate admissions fairs, we are sad because we love traveling with our admissions counselors—who represent over 400 schools, and countless degree programs including the fields of nonprofit and business management, public administration and policy, international affairs, public interest law, environmental science, social work, public health, journalism, theology, and more.

And we have loved meeting you—whose life goals drive so much of what we do. So far we’ve met almost 6,000 of you idealistic prospective grad school seekers who make us so proud when you ask sharp questions and share your vision of how your education is going to further your careers, help us all build a world we can thrive in.

Southerners and Southern sojourners, we hope you’ll come on by our fairs in Durham, New Orleans, and Atlanta. Check out the events on Facebook and invite your friends.

For the final fairs of the year, Chris and Jung will be joined by our new career fair manager Joe Grant, so stop by and say hi to them—they will be wearing black polo shirts with our logo. Jung, we are grateful for all you do! Congratulations, Chris, on finishing your first season of fairs! We are so glad to have you on the team.

If you need more support for your grad school journey, check out our Public Service Graduate Education Resource Center.

This was written by Amy, who blogs at The New Service.
[This blog entry appeared on an older version of Idealist; any broken links are a result of having re-launched our site in Fall 2010.]





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