a year ago
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Should I ask my school district to promote my web application Part 2

I followed the advice in the answers to my last question. I emailed my consular and they said they could help me. I asked my consular but it's been 2 weeks and I still haven't heard back from the teacher or my consular. I don't want to sound impatient I'm just kind of stumped. I feel like if I wait for my consular then by the time I do suggest to the school district it will be to late.


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a year ago

Hey @Hp9605, I know school started recently for a large portion of the country so it's possible they're just busy and lost track of your email. Since it's been 2 weeks since you've heard from your counselor/teacher I think it's OK that you send a follow-up. When you reach out check-in to see how things are going, ask what the next steps to get things started are, and see if there is anything you can do to help make the process easier.

Things will probably move slower than you would like but if you're persistent I imagine it will eventually get done.


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