Top 10 Reasons why Being on the Admissions Team is the Best Job Ever!

by Laura Tuccia, Natalie Lefebvre, Stephanie Smith, and Dawnette Jemmison-Greaves


1) Love helping others

We love our job because there is a genuine spirit of cooperation and shared goals – all revolving around helping the parents!

2) Rewarding

Helping parents navigate through the complex eligibility process with the end result being that their child is eligible to go English school is the best feeling ever!

3) Collaboration

We love our job because we all share the same vision. This creates a family environment where everybody is there for each other.

4) Teamwork

We love our job because we all come together as a TEAM. We all have a voice.  We listen to each other and the whole team works together.  We support each other and work well together.  “Teamwork makes the dreamwork!”

5) Challenging

We love our job because we see a lot of different cases. We need to keep up with the constant changes in the law!

Clockwise from top left: Laura Tuccia, Stephanie Smith, Dawnette Jemmison-Greaves, and Natalie Lefebvre

6) Best Office Location

Nestled in a little corner at the front of the building with the best view; our office is bright, cheery, and welcoming.

7) Serving a Diverse Community

We love that we meet people from a diverse community from all over the world!

8) Celebrations

We love our job because we take the time to celebrate, whether celebrating someone’s Birthday or celebrating our hard work by going out for lunch, we love to come together!

9) Ability to connect with school personnel

We enjoy talking and being there for the school personnel in both elementary and high school, to listen to them or guide them when they need help.

10) Vacation time

We work hard throughout the year and then are fortunate enough to have well deserved vacation time to be with our loved ones.

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