Explore Careers through Spider Shadowing

Spider Shadowing opportunities are now open for summer break! Last year, Career Services kicked off our Spider Shadowing program, which allows you to explore career paths through half- or full-day job shadowing experiences without the commitment of a job or internship. Why should I participate in Spider Shadowing? Not only does job shadowing serve as an impactful way to […]

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Samantha Jaeger, ’20

Hometown: Matawan, NJ Areas of Study: International Studies & Economics Double Major, Minor in German Studies Favorite Spot on Campus: The tables outside of Jepson – my favorite study spot Career Advice: Be persistent, and never give up on an opportunity—you never know who you may impress with your skills. First Job: My first job was being a […]

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Reilly Geritz, ’20

Hometown: Columbia, MD Favorite Spot on Campus: The hammock by Westhampton Lake Areas of Study: Business Administration Major with Concentrations in Finance & Management, Minor in Computer Science Career Advice: Get involved in everything—you’ll always learn something! First Job: My first job was at Merriweather Post Pavilion, a concert venue in Columbia, MD. My position involved managing […]

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Marianne DeChavez, ’17

Hometown: Passaic, NJ Areas of Study: Business Administration Major with Finance Concentration and Minor in Latin American, Latino, and Iberian Studies Favorite Spot on Campus: Passport Cafe Career Advice: Never give up. The right opportunity that is meant to be will say yes. First Job: I was a Cashier at Shoprite where I learned the ins […]

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Maria Acosta, ’20

Hometown: Maywood, NJ Areas of Study: Undecided Favorite Spot on Campus: Dining Hall – I love food! Career Advice: Figure out what matters to you and find things on campus that align with your values. First Job: From the ages of 8-13, I did professional acting. If you learn anything being as a child actress, it is patience. […]

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