A irrational fear of dense, creeping shrubbery might very well have limited my own educational prospects. Still, there’s no denying that the Ivy League has produced some of the finest minds the world has ever known.
Barack Obama. Warren Buffett. Dr. Seuss. Rory Gilmore.
The list goes on.
If a similar phobia or paranoia of unkempt plants, too, has distanced you from a dream of higher academic prestige (because it couldn't possibly have been those woeful SAT scores), now could be your chance to make up for lost time.
, one of the Ivy League’s eight respected institutions, is hiring an associate director of media relations
to develop and execute strategies for communications outreach with the press that will help secure featured placement for the Tuck School of Business
. This includes fostering relationships with top-tier news organizations, proactively pitching stories, and working together with department leaders and coordinators on high-profile media events.
Much like college, though, first you have to apply. On a positive note, at least this time it won’t require writing an admissions essay—or will it? Click here
to find out.
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