(From left to right: Ms. Anupa Wijaya, Mr. Jonathan Wagshul, Mr. Steven DelVecchio)
Please join us in welcoming three new seasoned counselors to the Department of College Counseling at The Hun School.
Mr. Steven DelVecchio joins The Hun School as an associate director of college counseling. Prior to The Hun School, he served as associate director for international admission at Fordham University. Mr. DelVecchio is eager to “switch to the other side of the desk” and begin working with high school students at an exceptional independent school. He believes that helping students find the college or university that best suits their individual goals is an exciting journey for both student and counselor, and one he is eager to begin. Mr. DelVecchio is new to the Princeton area and is open to suggestions for new places to dine and explore.
Mr. Jonathan Wagshul joins The Hun School as associate director of college counseling and varsity boys’ tennis coach. Mr. Wagshul comes to Hun from Columbus Academy in Ohio where he served as assistant director of college counseling. Mr. Wagshul finds his work as a college counselor incredibly rewarding. He enjoys getting to know students on the field, in the classroom, or on the stage. Mr. Wagshul said, “I was drawn to Hun because it is a very dynamic place. There is so much going on, so much to be a part of, and I’m really looking forward to it.” Outside of work, Mr. Wagshul is an avid soccer fan and closely follows the London-based team the Tottenham Hotspurs. He also enjoys running and playing racquet sports.
Ms. Anupa Wijaya joins The Hun School’s College Counseling department as a part-time associate. Prior to Hun, Ms. Wijaya was a member of the Counseling office at Princeton High School. She is also the founder of The Bag Project, a local non-profit organization that benefits children entering foster care. Ms. Wijaya is eager to work alongside Hun students as they explore their interests and passions. She is also looking forward to participating in the life of the community through clubs and extracurricular activities.