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2018-2019 SW MAG Interview Requests

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I'd like to know -- and I think other students would too -- what MAG offices have begun calling to set up interview slots. Let's start compiling this information...


I so far have an interview with the Brant office, as of around 11:00 am today.

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Kitchener and St. Catharine's are doing interviews this week, Cornwall called yesterday as Snarky mentioned.

I heard Windsor called a few weeks ago

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