My name is Betty. I am a rising senior double majoring in Business Management and International Studies with a minor in European Studies. My engagement with the Career Development Center has been one of the most impactful experiences of my college career. Not only did I get the chance to become a Career Ambassador, but I also received unlimited support and guidance. Through the use of self-assessment tools, individual career counseling, participating in different mock-interviews, networking events, and internships, I was able to examine and understand my core values, personality, interests, and abilities to pursue a suitable post-undergraduate career. Read more about Betty’s career community here .
My name is Jada, and I am a senior at Washington College! I am majoring in Sociology with a minor in Justice Law & Society, Public Health, and Hispanic Studies. I am involved in many amazing organizations on campus including Student Government Association, Black Student Union, and Club Volleyball. I love being active in my community and finding creative, invigorating, and educational ways to get involved and make a difference! Being a Career Ambassador has given me the tools and experience to help my peers prepare for internships, externships, and careers after our graduation while opening us up to amazing experiential learning opportunities! Read more about Jada’s career community here.
My name is Ethan. I am a second semester senior majoring in Business Management with a double minor in Economics and Theatre. My time with the Career Development Center has been educating and paramount. Because of the career center’s amazing counselors, I was able to find different internships in New York that provided unimaginable experiences. Through the use of individual career counseling, participating in different mock-interviews, networking events, and career fairs, I was able to develop my interest in business capital markets and client-facing roles.
Hello, my name is Bob. I am a junior majoring in International Studies and Economics with a minor in Data Analysis. I am involved in numerous organizations on campus including the Career Ambassadors program, African Student Union, Black Student Union, and Club Rugby. My goal is to work as a policy analyst in the technology space, ideally for organizations operating in East Africa. The Career ambassadors’ program has allowed me to pursue my goals by, meeting one on one with career coaches and working as a team. Participating in mock-interview as well as various other career development-based programs provided by the Career Center. Read more about Bob’s journey at his career community here…
Hi! My name is Julia, and I am a sophomore. I am planning on majoring in psychology while on the pre-med track with a double minor in Spanish and chemistry. On-campus, I am involved in many organizations including Greek Life, George’s Generals, The Honor Board, and Wacappella. The Career Center is giving me the necessary tools required to succeed after my undergraduate degree. I am so grateful for the experiences I have been given while being a Career Ambassador, and I can not wait to continue with the program throughout college. READ MORE about Julia’s journey at her Career Community…
Hello all, my name is Destiny. I am a rising senior majoring in political science and minoring in public health. I am involved in several organizations across campus that include being a Career Ambassador, a George General, a Senator every Tuesday night, and also being a part of the Black Student Union. Out of all of my years being a Washington College, the Career Center has always been my favorite piece about Washington College, and they truly believe in getting you further in life. Please, if you see my face on campus, don’t hesitate with any questions that you may have! Hope to see you soon! Read more here
Hi!! My name is Esmeralda I’m a freshman majoring in international studies. I am a senator in the diversity committee of the student government association as well as the national society of leadership and success. Getting involved in different organizations has allowed me to expand my knowledge and create great connections with people from all majors and distinct ways of thinking. Not to mention how becoming an apprentice with the Career Center Development is a highly recommended experience for anyone; it allows you to strengthen your tools and resources that are already available to the Washington College community!
My name is Bemnet. I am a sophomore double majoring in computer science and political science. On-campus I am involved in different organizations including Cleopatra’s Sisters, African Student Union, and in Student Government as a Senator. I am so happy to be accepted as an apprentice for the Career Ambassadors. I cannot wait to see the new experiences and the opportunities I will get from this group. Read more about Bemnet’s career community here
Hi, my name is Rory, and I am a freshman from Richmond, Virginia. At Washington College, I am a member of the Women’s Soccer team as well as Washington College Democrats and Student Government Association. In my free time I enjoy reading, listening to music, watching Netflix, and hanging out with my friends. I plan to graduate college in 2024 as a political science major with a minor in peace and conflict studies and possibly a double major in sociology.
Kristina is a Sophomore and is a Political Science and Sociology double major with a minor in Justice, Law, and Society. She is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority and the women’s swim team. She is also an officer of the German Club and a senator in the Student Government Association. Learn more about Kristina’s Career Community here…