In a story for the New York Times education blog, “The Choice,” Ann McDermott, director of admissions at the College of the Holy Cross, provides insight into how summer jobs are viewed on college applications.
“I applaud any student who is either helping themselves or helping their family,” McDermott told “The Choice.” “You do still need to pay attention to the bottom line, and that is a dollar amount.”
This “Holy Cross in the News” item by Kristine Maloney.
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