We hosted a very easy dinner party last weekend.
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Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. January Learn how and when to remove this template message. Her Mom was a stay-at-home Mom until the kids all went to college.
Then she went back to college to get her masters in social psychology. Later on her Mom ended up falling in love with her professor at Michigan and remarried. She said she worked when she was 2 seconds old.
In middle school she would take fliers around to homes to shovel driveways. She had a babysitting club. Always had a job. Joanna graduated high school and went to University of Michigan where she majored in English. She spent a semester abroad in Florence although she had traveled extensively overseas as a kid. Her freshman summer she worked at a coffeeshop and doing research for professors and odd jobs. Her sophomore summer she worked as an intern in a DC law firm that practiced law around child abuse and neglect.
Her next summer junior summer she worked at Simon and Schuster and that was the trick. Joanna graduated from Michigan knowing that she wanted to get to NYC and work in magazines. The first six months after graduation she stayed in Ann Arbor to make as much cash as possible. She had taken the LSAT and scored well and tutoring people was a lucrative business. She began October and stuck it out until January when they began to pay her.
Then she landed a job within Simon and Schuster working on Stephen King books and reissues of romance novels. On the weekends she continued to work for Kaplan as a tutor to pay the rent. Joanna was always into magazines. She would get a magazine and rip out all the ads down to its core. Her parents suggested she apply to law school as a financial back-up.
She was already tutoring and had done well on the LSAT. She went to each school at the admitted student day to check it out. After day one she knew it was not a fit. Even when she bought her first law books she had a heavy heart.
She thought about how hard the first year is and decided she should just give it a shot. Early on in law school you get placed for the summer months before it happens,. Joanna cast a wide net and got a few job opportunities at publishing houses.
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