Major: Urban and Community Studies and Psychological Sciences
Hometown: Cheshire, CT
How have you personally used and benefitted from the Center for Career Development?
Through the resume critiques and practice interviews I was able to showcase myself in the best light possible when applying to different positions and have been able to get many different opportunities. Also utilizing the career consultants, I was able to get valuable advice on my career path that led to me deciding on my majors and career path!
What are your future career goals?
I am in the fast track program for the Masters in Public Policy with the goal to work in city government or nonprofit management.
What are some extracurricular activities you are involved in?
I am the Conference Director for UConn’s Model UN Conference, the Floor Mentor for the Leadership Learning Community, a member of the Undergraduate Student Government, and I am also a member of UConn’s Learning Communities Council!
What is something unique about you?
I have hiked Mount Washington!
What would you say to a student who has never visited the Center for Career Development before?
Everyone has great experiences and strengths, and the Center for Career Development can really help you put your best foot forward in figuring out your career, finding opportunities, and applying for different positions! It’s never too soon to start this process!
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