The Layered Approach

It works on so many levels.

On the most superficial one, wear layers to class.  It doesn’t matter what the weather is like outside, it will be the exact opposite in the classroom for the first 30 minutes of class, then it will be like the weather outside, and then after that, it’s just a free-for-all.  So wear layers, you’ll be happy you did.

But in a more applied manner, it also works when you’re looking at school.  One thing that I’m noticing this quarter is that there is a lot of overlap between our courses since two of them focus on labor, either in the sense of negotiations or the law.  It’s been easier, but sometimes more confusing, to apply principles and concepts from one class to another.

And that’s one of the great things about this program.  They really make sure that we have a very rounded and well-defined education that builds upon itself, like layers, that ensure that we have a very thorough and great comprehension of the theories and practices that we will have to use in our future careers.

I suppose my main point here is for the first years and prospective students that may be worried about being ready for work after the program or your internship: Don’t worry, Fisher has you covered.

And when in doubt: bring a jacket