Career Center Ambassadors

Career Center Ambassadors assist in a variety of ways including guidance with your resume/cover letters, finding internships, interview preparation, and help with Handshake and our other resources. Ambassadors meet 1:1 with students through drop-in advising and they conduct group presentations for student organizations and through Residence Life. Meet our awesome Ambassadors below!

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MARK LORENZ

Major: Business Analytics, Class of 2022

Things I am involved in on campus: I am a member of Delta Sigma Pi and the Treasurer for Student Senate.

Why students should use the Career Center: Students should use the Career Center to learn about the different career paths available to them. The Career Center offers many resources to help students who are looking for internships and on-campus employment.

At the Career Center: I enjoy helping students with their resumes and cover letters.

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RACHEL DEWITT

Major: Statistics and Communication, Class of 2023

Things I am involved in on campus: I am a member of Christ College, the secretary-treasurer of Valparaiso Democrats, and a violinist on the Celebrate! worship team.

Why Students should use the Career Center: The Career Center is a fantastic resource for internships, job searches, and graduate/professional school advice. It’s a great place to go to polish resumes and cover letters, conduct mock interviews, and develop interests and skills for future careers. Nothing is too big or small for the Career Center to help you with!

At the Career Center: I help edit students’ cover letters and resumes, and I enjoy aiding students in their searches for unique opportunities according to their needs.

ANNA HOLVOET

Major: Sociology and Criminology, Class of 2023

Things I am involved in on campus:   I am an engagement manager for College Mentors for Kids and am the loyalty chairwoman (and member) of Gamma Phi Beta. I am also a certified Civic Reflection Facilitator through the Institute for Leadership and Service. 

Why Students should use the Career Center:  Students should use the Career Center for guidance and to explore different career options. There are many resources available to avoid unnecessary stress in finding your path.

At the Career Center:  I help students organize and showcase their accomplishments through resumes and cover letters, and explain how various resources work.