Boston College! Hello there, welcome back to my blog! I am so thrilled to share some exciting news with you! If you have been following my blog then you would know that I applied to Graduate School for the Master's in Social Work program at a number of schools. On Tuesday I finally decided and sent in my deposit to BOSTON COLLEGE! I could not be more excited about this next venture to another Jesuit school across the country! The crazy thing that I just was informed of today, is that school starts just 2 days, that's right, 2 DAYS after I graduate. June 12th will be my first day of graduate school! Life is really quite a whirlwind.
In other news, I went to San Francisco, via road trip over spring break! It was incredible. I got to ride the cable cars (haven't done that in years!!), shop, check out Alamo Square, went to Point Reyes, spent time with family, and had just a blast all around. We also camped in the Redwoods for 2 nights as well as the Oregon Coast. Boy is the Oregon Coast a hidden gem! It was my first time and I definitely fell in love!
I'm so excited about my latest ventures! I have 10 more weeks in the Emerald City and am working on my bucket list of Seattle things before I leave. Until next time, stay tuned and maybe I'll post my bucket list on my blog next week! :) Go Redhawks! (And go Eagles!)
But seriously, do that. It's spring break! Well actually, it's finals week, but I already finished finals so it's time for me to relax, read a book for fun, and eat lots of jelly beans. The jelly bean thing is only because I'm sitting here with a bag of Trader Joe's jelly beans right next to me, so I'm nommin'.
Finals week went alright for me, clearly, since I'm already done. I've been keeping busy and hearing back from grad schools! I have so far gotten accepted into Boston College (with a $5,000 scholarship) and University of Denver (with a $12,000 scholarship). So far I am two for two and I'm basically nailin' it! I am looking forward to hearing back from the three other schools, hopefully before April! Here's hoping I go five for five!
In the meantime, in my fundraising class we got to make a presentation to the Director of Development at TAF (Technology Access Foundation) on our fundraising plan for them. That was a really good real life experience for me and I sincerely enjoyed it. Especially when he told us that he was going to use some of our ideas in real life! That sure was satisfying.
I hope you all come out and visit Seattle U and check out how great being a Redhawk is: http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2017727480_suinitiative12m.html?prmid=head_main