Last Day For a Third Time

2011-09-19 22:28:42.000 – Rebecca Scholand,  Summit Museum Supervisor

Enjoying My Last days on the Summit.

As I have written twice before this is my last week in my current position here on the summit. Not to worry, I am not leaving the organization I am moving to a new position. Starting Monday I will be assuming the role of Outreach Assistant in the Weather Discovery Center’s valley offices. Although this will be my first time in the valley offices and off the summit, I will be embarking on my second year of work for the Mount Washington Observatory. I am looking forward to the change of pace and learning more about this amazing Organization in a new position.

Leaving the Summit Museum Supervisor position in less than two days is bitter sweet but I am looking forward to the future. I enjoy my time working with the public and instilling a passion for Mount Washington, the weather, and the Mount Washington Observatory and am excited it will be continuing. Thank you all who have made this past year on the summit so great.

 

Rebecca Scholand,  Summit Museum Supervisor

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