Internships Are NOT the Only Career Opportunities

As we approach the end of the academic year, it is incredibly easy to stress about what you’re doing for the summer. Most undergrads stress about finding “the perfect internship” to have “the perfect summer”, but internships are not the …

By Taylor Trimble
Taylor Trimble Peer Career Fellow: Social Impact, Education and Government
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Being an Inspirational and Self-Loving Educator: Deja Simley ’23

Deja Simley graduated from Denison in 2023 and was an Educational Studies major. When she first came to Denison she didn’t expect to become a 3rd grade Associate Teacher at Pace Academy. As a first-year at Denison, Deja thought she …

By Sarah Wuellner
Sarah Wuellner Peer Career Fellow: Social Impact, Education and Government
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Interested in Public Health? Mila Taffe ’24 shares her experience applying for an MPH.

Applying to Public Health school, or graduate school in general can be especially daunting. As a senior finishing up this application cycle, below are some recommendations to make your application process smoother and less intimidating! 

The first step before applying …

By Mila Taffe
Mila Taffe Peer Career Fellow: Social Impact, Education and Government
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Internship Spotlight: Adonte Mays ’25

Denison Edge’s internship options are a great place to begin your employment search, and Adonte Mays used his time last summer to prepare himself perfectly for future opportunities. As an employee at the Knowlton office, Adonte knows the importance of …

By Jonah Richardson '25
Jonah Richardson '25 Peer Career Fellow: Technology, Data and Science
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Local Politics Matter Too: Chanel Jordan ’26

Meet Chanel Jordan! Chanel is a sophomore Politics and Public Affairs and Black Studies double major and Educational Studies minor on a Pre-Law track who ultimately wants a career that helps to advance access to higher education for Black individuals. …

By Taylor Trimble
Taylor Trimble Peer Career Fellow: Social Impact, Education and Government
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Internship Spotlight: Ryan Dawson ’25

During the Summer of 2023, Computer Science major Ryan Dawson’25 participated in not just one but two internships! During the academic year, Ryan is on the Denison Edge advisory board, is a Ronald Reagan Civic Leaders Fellow, and works as …

By Jonah Richardson '25
Jonah Richardson '25 Peer Career Fellow: Technology, Data and Science
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First Annual Black Men’s Brunch

Hey Denison Community,

We are thrilled to share with you the remarkable insights and connections fostered at the Black Men’s Brunch, held on October 21st at Knobel Hall. This event, rooted in the idea of fostering professional networks among the …

By Ethan Scott '25
Ethan Scott '25 Peer Career Fellow: Technology, Data and Science
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Treasure Thomas ’18: Multifaceted Artist & Businesswoman

Say Hello to the multifaceted Treasure Thomas! Treasure is a 2018 Denison alumna who graduated with a bachelors in Cinematography. During her time at Denison, Treasure found herself being involved in a myriad of things, such as, Sisters in Dialogue, …

By Mila Taffe
Mila Taffe Peer Career Fellow: Social Impact, Education and Government
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From Denison to the Mayor’s Office and Beyond: Andrianna Sheriff ’18

Introducing Andrianna Sheriff, a 2018 Denison graduate! Andrianna double majored in Communications and Sociology and Anthropology. During her time at Denison, Andrianna was involved in Tehillah, Sisters in Dialogue and was an employee at the writing center. She also held …

By Mila Taffe
Mila Taffe Peer Career Fellow: Social Impact, Education and Government
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Internship Spotlight: Hannah Davies, Navigating Marketing from Strategy to Stickers

Meet Hannah Davies! Hannah, a senior from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, is currently pursuing a double major in History and Global Commerce, complemented by a certificate in Organizational Studies. She proudly declares her love for ice cream and describes herself as …

By Virginia Swain
Virginia Swain Peer Career Fellow: Marketing, Sales and Communications
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