Actually, I don't pay much attention to that. Honestly. I tipped my share of “brews” as a kid, and that type of a school doesn't necessarily indicate a potential “troublesome” employee to me. In some cases I look at a graduate of a party school as someone who demonstrates the discipline to succeed despite the distractions that might derail other people...and as someone who may work hard enough during the week that letting of a little “steam” on the weekends is appropriate. There are a lot of other things I pay attention to, but “party school” is not a consideration.
posted on 08/26/2011 10:17:49 AM PDT
("Destroy the family and you destroy the country!" ~Vladimir Lenin)
There are a lot of other things I pay attention to, but party school is not a consideration.
Me too. You can get a good education, regardless of where you went to school. (well, maybe other than "Evergreen" or whatever the liberal arts place was that Rachel Corrie went to. The one that offers a degree in protesting, anyway.)
However, I'd argue that I pay close attention to "major". Anything with "studies" in it, is pretty much out. And "Womens Studies" is a huge waving, red flag.
posted on 08/26/2011 10:43:05 AM PDT
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