This story came via Facebook this morning. Good heavens. It’s interesting, isn’t it?
The ex-student, who received her degree in April, says the college’s Office of Career Advancement did not provide her with the leads and career advice it had promised.
Since April? All of three months! In the worst economy since the early 1980s? Huh? It makes me wonder what Monroe College’s materials actually state about their networking and job linkages, but ho boy. If she gets her way here, I totally am going to go back and sue my prom date, any number of hair removal product companies, and all of those tempting machines that have stuffed animals you drop an entirely ineffectual hook on.
Note: I don’t think I actually had a prom date, btw. Nerdy even then.
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