Our Career Center Ambassadors do it all and are here to help you find your dream career! Whether that’s assisting you with your resume/cover letter, providing advice on finding internships, helping you prepare for an interview or help with a resource or service, our ambassadors will ensure you gain the necessary skills for success. Ambassadors can meet with students individually through drop-in advising or through large group presentations for residence life and student organizations by request. Meet our awesome student staff below!

Name: Anna von Seggern

Major: Health Care Leadership ’21

Things I am involved in on campus: Along with helping the Career Center as an Ambassador. I am involved in Building Tomorrow, Junior Panhellenic, HCLSA and Gamma Phi Beta.

Why should students use the Career Center: Students should come to the Career Center because the staff will help you plan and prepare for your future and develop skills you will need for your first real interview and job.

What I help students with in the Career Center: I help students with writing resumes and cover letters. I also help navigate students in the right direction when trying to find on-campus jobs.

Name: Maria Broecker

Major: Communication ’20 minors in German and Political Science

Things I am involved in on campus: President of PRSSA, Pi Beta Phi Sorority, Women’s Soccer Team

Why should students use the Career Center: Students should use the Career Center because it is never too early to launch your career and the Career Center has resources that extend further from just a resume or cover letter and include skills that will help advance your career.

What I help students with in the Career Center: I help students with resumes, cover letters and ideas for their future career.

Name: Miranda Dunn

Major: Marketing ’20

Things I am involved in on campus: PRSSA, Dance Marathon, Chi Omega, J-board, Intramurals

Why should students use the Career Center: It’s never too early to plan for the future!

What I help students with in the Career Center: When students come to the Career Center, my job is to greet them with a warm welcome and do my best to steer them in the right direction in their career path!

Name: Alyssa Trinko

Major: History ’20 minor in French

Things I am involved in on campus: Valparaiso University Voices for Animals (VUVFA) and Biology Club

Why should students use the Career Center: Students should use the Career Center because it provides excellent resources that empower students to take steps in their academic and career paths.

What I help students with in the Career Center: When I counsel students during Drop-In Advising, I address their needs by providing insights and new perspectives about the major and career journey. I also provide them with Career Center resources that can help them start the process.

Name: Abigail Krischke

Major: Marketing ’20 with a Studio Arts Minor

Things I am involved in on campus: I am in Greek Life, NRHH, and Spring Break Service Trips. I am also an Orientation Assistant.

Why should students use the Career Center: It is important for college students to begin to think and develop their professional career. There Career Center is a great tool for students to begin to develop those skills.

What I help students with in the Career Center: I help students construct strong resumes and cover letters.

 

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