The Fantasy Football Resume Guide

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Let’s face it. The job and internship search has plenty of stressors. But, that doesn’t mean that it always has to be stressful …

By David Snider
David Snider Associate Director, Marketing, Sales, & Communication Career Community
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Student-Athlete Internship Spotlight

As one of the nation top academic and athletic liberal arts schools, Denison prides itself on the success of their student-athletes on and off the field. This past summer, numerous of Denison student-athletes took part in summer internships across the …

By Dylan Brown
Dylan Brown Peer Career Fellow: Marketing, Sales and Communication
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Alumni Spotlight: Jocelyn Hernandez ’16

Meet Jocelyn Hernandez, a 2016 Communication and Spanish graduate. Jocelyn received her graduate degree at the University of Chicago Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice. Jocelyn is currently a Senior Program Manager of High School Programs at …

By Maya Coppola
Maya Coppola
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Student Athlete Spotlight

As one of the nation top academic and athletic liberal arts schools, Denison prides itself on the success of their student-athletes on and off the field. This past summer, numerous of Denison student-athletes took part in summer internships across the …

By Dylan Brown
Dylan Brown Peer Career Fellow: Marketing, Sales and Communication
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Alumni Spotlight: Joseph Butler ’10

Meet Joseph Butler, a Denison alum who graduated in 2010. At Denison, Joseph studied English Literature, Communication, and Black Studies. On top of his busy academic schedule, Joseph was also involved with DCGA, the Black Student Union, and Phi Beta …

By Fiona Schultz
Fiona Schultz Student Assistant & Peer Fellow: Nonprofit, Education & Government
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Summer/Winter Break Plans for International Students

Reflecting on my past three years at Denison as an international student, I can definitely understand the challenges that international students have to go through. One of the hardest choices to make for us is what to do over winter …

By Sarah Moon
Sarah Moon Drop-In Peer Coach
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First-Gen Spotlight: Ariana Alanis ’19!

Monday was National First-Gen Day of Celebration and we are spotlighting first-generation college student Denisonians all week! Ariana graduated in 2019 with a Spanish major and now works for Schuler Scholars outside of Chicago. As a Scholar Coach, she serves …

By Anneke Mason
Anneke Mason Senior Associate Director
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Alumni Spotlight: Emily Pelphrey ’99

Interested in going to law school? Look no further! Emily Pelphrey is the Knowlton Center’s new pre-law career coach and the person to talk to for everything pre-law. While Emily currently serves as a resource for students looking to pursue …

By Fiona Schultz
Fiona Schultz Student Assistant & Peer Fellow: Nonprofit, Education & Government
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Career Exploration as a First-Gen Student

Monday was National First-Gen day. As a first-gen student and now as a career coach, I would like to recognize how that status may impact career exploration and the career preparation process. First, to all current first-gen students, congratulations on …

By Michele Doran
Michele Doran Senior Associate Director, Career Exploration
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First Generation Students: Hustle, Drive, and Determination

Your journey as a 1st Generation college student is a testament to your hustle, drive, and determination.  The obstacles you have faced and overcome not only provides you with an inspiring story to share with your potential employer, it communicates …

By Kati Bear
Kati Bear
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