Why Our Administrative Fellows chose Hartford, CT

Emily Stebbins“Seafood, Seasons, History, Beer, Boats, and Baseball.”

– Emily Stebbins

Eric Olsen“You are halfway between Boston and New York and can reach either within an hour and a half. Hartford is in the process of revitalization and so it is only going to grow and expand in the next couple years.”

– Eric Olsen

Dan Dimenstein“The Hartford area is a great place to live and work. It has everything from great restaurants to great shopping, theater, sports and museums. As the capital of Connecticut and one of the oldest cities in the country, Hartford is also home to many historically significant landmarks in the region. When it comes to traveling, Bradley Airport is convenient, and Boston and New York are just short drives away. Central Connecticut has something for everybody!”

– Dan Dimenstein

Ashley Bodamer“Whether you enjoy an urban, suburban, coastal or rural area, the Hartford area and Connecticut in general provides all that within a short driving distance. As someone from New York, I enjoy the ability to work in a city atmosphere, live in a dynamic suburban area, and drive a short distance to beautiful hiking trails or shoreline beaches. Not to mention the close proximity to my home of New York and Boston.”

– Ashley Bodamer