657 Hours Behind A Screen

June 6, 2024

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657 Hours Behind A Screen

Admissions directors tend to look for outgoing, energetic, sometimes even effervescent personalities to be admissions counselors.  We want someone who will connect easily with students, while still be relatable to parents.  They need to work with a wide range of people from different backgrounds and unique goals.

When we succeed in a search, we have a new, optimistic, excited staff member ready to connect with students and make a difference in their lives.

Then, we literally tell them to sit down and figure out how pivot tables work for a third of their time in the office.

This is a real cause of the staff morale crisis - something we discussed in a webinar for Montana ACRAO last year.


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