I’m fortunate that I like my job. My career has taken detours in different directions, and each job I’ve held has been interesting in its own way.
In my current job, I travel quite a bit. I’m all over the
US for several months in the fall, as a recruiter for Duke University’s of the Environment. I meet students, professors and Career Services personnel at colleges and universities all over the country and educate them about our graduate programs at the Nicholas School . Nicholas School
I’ve also learned a lot about traveling and living out of hotels for weeks on end. Planning and scheduling is a huge part of this job, but I’m fortunate that I get to see beautiful campuses, and sometimes, in the towns I visit, I get to see wonderful places and people as well. I work hard, but I learn every day as well.
“I am learning all the time. The tombstone will be my diploma.” (-Eartha Kitt)