Live from NACAC Headquarters #YAPC12

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Admissions Live host, Ashley Hennigan, checks in from the National Association for College Admissions Counseling headquarters in Arlington, Virginia after attending a two-day convening of young admissions professionals.

Taken from the live broadcast, July 17, 2012.

Meet the guests!
Matt Drake, Assistant Director of Education and Training at NACAC
Chris Dorso, Assistant Director, Stony Brook University, New York
Max Metz, Associate Director, Northland College
Eric Felix, Admissions Counselor, University of San Diego
Nicole Lentine, Assistant Director, Champlain College
Daniel Irving, Assistant Director, Pitzer College
Sarah Whittemore, Assistant Director, DePaul University
Kelsey Donohue, Intern for Education and Training, NACAC

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NACAC Homepage
http://www.nacacnet.org/

 

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