I’m excited to share this interview with Jenn Park, a dear friend of mine who graduated from Dartmouth College, a private Ivy League school located in Hanover, New Hampshire.
Now a 3rd year student at Harvard Law School, Jenn is here to share her honest insights on what she liked and didn’t like about her college experience, along with inspiring strategies of how students can foster their interests and gain clarity on which college might be the best fit for them.
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WHAT YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE:
- The staggering number of colleges Jenn applied to (and why she doesn’t recommend applying to this many!)
- How location and weather can impact your college experience.
- The inside scoop on Dartmouth’s campus, greek life, and unique “quarter system.”
- Jenn’s transition into law school and how it wasn’t everything she thought it would be.
“Going into a brand name school is awesome and it’ll open up doors, but it’s up to you when you’re there to make the most out of it.”
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