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As the seniors say goodbye to us at Commencement, we are hearing from them about what they'll be doing after graduation.

Alison Smith accepted a job at Stanley Black & Decker as an associate product manager, where she will work with the brand Porter Cable, overseeing the  process of creating new products from the beginning stages all the way to production.

 

Will Comotto and Andrew Grimm accepted job offers from All Risks, Ltd. in the company's marketing division in Hunt Valley, Md. All Risks is the largest independent privately held wholesale insurance broker in the country, with offices nationwide.

Zuryna Smith has secured a position with CareFirst/Blue Cross/Blue Shield in Owings Mills, Md.

 

 

Sydney Rebechi has accepted a position as a Business Developer at Element Fleet Management in Sparks, Md. She writes, "I have to say that I feel more prepared than other people in my position!"

 

Megan McSwain has joined the Chesapeake Conservancy to work with the National Park Service Chesapeake Bay to develop public awareness of conservancy issues.

 

Ashley Mil has begun a career at Padonia Park Club as their events manager. Padonia Park Club is a 30-acre privately owned club in Baltimore county that offers year-round catering in addition to a swim club and day care facilities.

"Goodbyes are sad things. You leave behind dreams that you’ve worked to make real, friends that you’ve suffered to love and sometimes a quiet security that was built with half a lifetime. On the road, you move along and leave your efforts behind you in the dust, knowing deep inside that you will never find them exactly the same again.

Often you spend too much time looking back and miss something up ahead. But there’s little use in trying to avoid the loneliness and anxiety that go with you when you move on… for that is life, and it is a certainty.

The road teaches you to accept goodbyes as a part of saying hello to things that are newer and often better. It also teaches you also that what was loved and what was learned in the past can never be forgotten.

On the road, and in life everywhere, you spend much time learning, wondering and, sometimes, remembering." (from Dreams from the Road)

Congratulations and best of everything to our amazing graduates!

Congratulations to the Business Communication seniors who were part of the stage party at Baccalaureate on Monday, May 16.  Zuryna Smith sang, and Megan Donahue, Lanie Swanhart and Annie McCoach offered reflections. The service was planned by the members of the Senior Council. (Photos from SU Flickr)

Stevenson Business Communication major and senior tight end Andrew Wysocki played in the second annual Globe Bowl on April 3 at Salisbury High School Football Stadium in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Globe Bowl players include top All-American and All-Conference seniors from FCS, DII, DIII and professional free agents. Its focus is global as players are scouted by other leagues besides the NFL in both the United States and around the globe. Wysocki was on the Red Team, coached by James Parham, former coach of the Trenton Freedom and Arena Football player.

According to gomustangsports.com, Wysocki had his best career season this year at tight end, totaling 21 catches for 162 yards and one touchdown. He averaged 14.7 yards per game and 7.7 yards per catch. Against Widener University, he had a season-high five catches for 32 yards and a score. (Photo from gomustangsports.com)

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