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Virgil Calejesan

Former Admissions Officer, Columbia University
Former Admissions Staff, Pratt Institute
Alumni Admissions Interviewer, Yale University
MA, Industrial Design, Pratt Institute
BA, English, Yale University

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I am a former Admissions Officer and Assistant to the Dean of Admissions at Columbia University with additional experience in Yale College undergraduate admissions and graduate level admissions at Pratt Institute.

I have also held various roles in the hospitality industry and now, with a Masters in design, I collaborate on designing space suits and training clients on their use. In these various roles, my work has always emphasized teaching and engagement, and above all, creating an experience tailored to each individual’s unique background, goals, and communication style.

In my, admittedly, limited spare time, I am an unabashed space geek, given to diatribes on the many wonders and benefits of space travel. I also binge on science fiction cinema, read the occasional epic poem, and savor the infinite variety of barbecue this fine country has to offer.

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The Role of Business School Alumni Network and Location

In an MBA application, every data point matters. Particularly when the application pool continues to grow so voraciously as it has in the last decade. One aspect that’s often overlooked, or at least under-exploited, is your choice of school in terms of its alumni network and location. The Business School Alumni Network Every program hasKeep reading

Advice for Business School Applicants: Don’t Just Apply, Tell Us Your Story

It’s a well-known fact that no matter how many questions one fields regarding MBA applications and applying to business school, you will always encounter new ones. That also means, with each new cycle, business school applicants are becoming that much more savvy, greater informed, and ever more competitive. And, as is frequently mentioned in businessKeep reading