Interview 2 (Jana) | Campus Tour 2019
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My name is I sounds I'm technically a junior here because I did ID be, so we're taking off. This is actually my second year in spirit himself. I really wanted to say in the U. S. By late twenty seven apologists total, I think. Yeah, of those twenty seven, I would say fifteen of them work in the U. S. I've known about Sarah Lawrence since surely she's the Internationals councilman, Christians supersede. She came to my school and she gave a little talk and I was like, Okay, I'm I'm twelve years old. I ended up going here and I was like, Okay, I like the fact that it was so much shittier city at the time. Now I'm doing international political economy in human rights. The professors were such a big part of why I wanted to come here. I knew it was like, you know, the ratings number one classroom experience, love law, all the stuff that you can look up. You miss one thing to read about it and attack Shin, Come here. You like you actually want like, hear me talk? It was really interesting experience for me because I've gone high school. Fact that there are no tests here is probably the number. I'm actually spent a period of twenty four hours here in this library before I showed up here in thirty, finished work at one. I was like, All right, I have so much to do and during conferences in its twenty first hour library and I just stayed here and I was like, Okay, it's done. Spill like so coffee on your laptop and all of your conference papers gets Grace standing off to do the whole thing one of four hours again. I'm now part time program, administrative assistant, Hearts and Homes for Refugees and Westchester County. It's a really great job and way that I found out about this position in the first place is actually Sarah Lawrence. We looked at my resume, which I had last night, like August two thousand fourteen was horrible, she said. NGO's profit organizations that are coming to the volunteer An internship fair. Here's the ones that you should be definitely visiting and talking to. I showed up to the fair had a bunch of resumes in hand, like you get a resume sent in my resume and my cover letter, and I got the interview yesterday. The job? Yes, and I start after Thanksgiving, so that's pretty exciting.