KLG Posted November 10, 2009 Share Posted November 10, 2009 I'm going to be leaving my job (voluntarily, my company is relocating my department to another city, and I am choosing not to move) in 2 weeks. If I can get my application to grad school competed and submitted in the next 2 weeks then I'm planning on not mentioning this on my application. Then in 3-4 weeks, I am thinking of writing the admissions committee a well-thought out letter explaining my change in employment, and that I am looking for a new job in the city where the school is (Washington DC) in the next several months, and will ideally continue this job part time if accepted and enrolled in their graduate program. Is this a good strategy? Should I even tell the school? Is there a good chance they will call my current (soon to be old) employer and inquire about employment status? Any advice greatly appreciated!! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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