Should I send a thank-you note?

<p>Hi everyone, I recently had my Harvard interview (I was awesome; my interviewer was so nice) and I was planning on sending a thank-you note to my interviewer, as is common practice. However, she did not tell me her address, last name, or where she works, so as of now I don't have a way to know where to send the card. I do know the town in which she lives, her occupation, and I have a general idea of where she works. Should I try and find an office address, or would that be on the creepy side since she didn't exactly tell me where she worked?</p>

<p>Thanks! :)</p>

<p>Just shoot her an email. That’s 100% fine.</p>

<p>I agree that an email thank you is perfectly fine.</p>

<p>Sorry this is so late coming, but I also don’t have her email - just her phone number. Thanks for your responses!</p>

<p>It REALLY doesn’t matter. If I interview a dozen kids, maybe I get 2-3 thank yous. And I couldn’t tell you who sent them. It’s irrelevant to me.</p>

<p>Ultimately, I think it’s good manners to do so – so I encourage it. But if you have to go to any length to get the person’s contact info, just let it go.</p>