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Thanking Program Director for Recruiting Weekend?
Posted 07 March 2012 - 03:56 AM
So, here is my question: I know it is standard procedure (at least in my field) to thank anyone who interviewed with you over a recruiting weekend, but how about the program director? I did not interview with him personally, and did not have too much one-on-one contact with him. I don't want to seem rude by not sending something when I should, but I also don't want to seem like I'm pandering by sending an unnecessary thank-you. It's been a couple of days at this point, but I don't think it's too late to send something if it's a good idea. I have already sent out thank yous to the professors I interviewed with, and a couple of graduate students who were particularly involved in the weekend, and helpful.
Also, if I do send him a thank you, what exactly should I say? There isn't much of anything we talked about together- so should I just talk about the helpfulness/informativeness/superduperawesomeness of the weekend, and thank him for the invitation (he is the one who sent them personally)? Anything I'm missing? Any insight on this matter would be greatly appreciated!
Posted 07 March 2012 - 12:54 PM
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