Another Business Communication OWL, rising senior Annie McCoach, has contributed a blog posting to the Admissions News and events summer series space, "Words from the Wise." She advocates getting involved in interesting clubs and organizations in order to remain engaged on campus, meet new friends, and expand your horizons. You can read Annie's blog post here. Here she is seen (seated) in one of her campus jobs with Morgan Somerville, director of student engagement. Congratulations, Annie, on a great post!
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Congratulations to Business Communication graduate Stephanie Sufczynski, class of 2010, who recently received her Master's degree in Higher Education with a secondary concentration in Student Development and Affairs from Drexel University in Philadelphia. She writes, "I developed a study on the effects of student involvement in co-curricular clubs and organizations on self-confidence levels. The outcomes of the survey showed a positive correlation between involvement in co-curricular activities and gaining more self-confidence as students from freshmen to senior status." Stephanie's involvement in student government during her years at Stevenson University stirred her interest in this field. Stephanie currently works at Johns Hopkind University. Way to go, Stephanie! (Photo from Stephanie's LinkedIn page)
May 2015 BizComm grad Nick Gill checked in the other day to let us know his career status. He writes, "I have recently been employed in the marketing department of a company called All Risks Insurance. Although I have only been a part of the company for a week or so, I feel as if it is a great fit for me." Nick joins several BizComms already working at All Risks under the able mentorship of Stu Jacobs. Thanks for checking in, Nick! Continued success in your career.
Congratulations to BizComm junior Emma Ragon, whose blog post about the School of Design's "Steve Talks" this spring offered a terrific recap of the event. The School of Design's industry specialist, Jennifer Marin, worked with faculty and the staff of Career Services to organize the career-based event targeted to the possible interests of students in the school. You can read Emma's post and see the event video here.
(Photo from LinkedIn)
We just received word from Allie Nelson, who graduated in May, regarding the start of her career. She writes, "I will be a Junior Application Developer at a small organization, Digital Innovation, in Harford County." Congratulations, Allie! Your minor in information technology as well as your internship work with Stevenson's digital marketing team has certainly prepared you well for this promising career. We are so proud of you!