Career Ambassadors Ready to Motivate Peers to Success in their Careers

Our new team of 20 Career Ambassadors is eager to share their knowledge and expertise with other students! A new professional development course was recently approved for Ambassador training. The course teaches Ambassadors the key career readiness competencies as identified by employers. Ambassadors then share what they have learned with their peers.

Faculty can request a program for a class or student group, and students can attend the Professional LAUNCH Series. Last year 963 students attended LAUNCH which kicks off on September 14th at 4:30 PM in the Talley Ballroom with a Professional Dress Fashion show sponsored by Macy’s. If you have wondered about how to dress for the following real world situations, all of your questions will be answered!

Learn more about the LAUNCH series and see dates and times.

  • Business casual in a relaxed company culture
  • Professional in a formal company culture
  • Friday casual in a conservative company culture
  • Festive office party
  • Career fair for internship
  • Interview for full time job

During the Spring 2015 semester, our Ambassadors presented to over 250 students at 15 different events, including residence hall programs, sorority and fraternity chapter meetings, classes, and other campus programs. Presentation topics included resume writing, career fair prep, interviewing skills, ePACK, and CDC services. CDC Ambassadors also represent the office at career and information fairs around campus throughout the school year!

We are proud to recognize the 2015-16 CDC Ambassadors:

Alex Hoppe – Chemistry/ Education

Allison Murphy – Accounting

Anna Reichenbach – Biological Engineering

Dan Thomas Oliver – Statistics

Emily Zucker – Mathematics and Statistics

Fatoumatta Fatajo – Electrical Engineering

Holton Ramoin – Business – Marketing

Kelly Doss – Mathematics

Kiara Richardson – Chemistry

Lauren Hamrick – Textile Technology

Matthew Pless – Mechanical Engineering

Michaela O’Connor – International Studies & Political Science

Miriam Roochvarg – Communication – Public & Interpersonal

Neal Hairston – Mathematics

Olivia Davis – Political Science

Precious Bass – English

Prem Shah – Mathematics

Safiatou Soumana – Global Studies- Int. Relations/ Communications – PR

Sarah Bowman Communication – Public Relations

Todd Goldfarb – Industrial Engineering

 

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