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I am a Health Care Management Major with a Pre-MBA minor. With a strong passion for management and several trips to Career Services to perfect my resume, I landed the position of Front Desk Student Manager in the Office of Human Resources. I plan to use the skills I have gained through this experience to work my way up in the operations sector of a major hospital after graduation.
I am a sophomore Public and Community Health major. I picked catering because it has flexible hours and I can choose how many hours I wanted to work. I have been working for about a year, and I help set up different events for clients on campus. It could be something simple like setting up cookies and juice or something more complex like attending an event where guests are served dinner. There's always something different, but I enjoy learning about different events and how to set them up and attend them. After graduating I hope to go on and get my masters to become a physician assistant. Working at catering doesn't necessarily pertain to what I want to do for my career but I have learned how to work well with others, adapt to different work situations, and I've strengthened my leadership skills since becoming a student manager my second semester working for catering.
I am a junior Television-Radio major, concentrating in Media Production and with a minor in Latino/a Studies. I started working with the Office of Public Safety as a Student Auxiliary Safety Patrol member the fall semester of my freshman year and am currently the Training Coordinator. As the Training Coordinator with SASP, I oversee the hiring process of prospective SASP members and work with current SASP members to continue training on updated policies and/or job requirements. Now with 3 years in the job, I have been able to get First Aid/CPR certification and develop skills that allow me to develop stronger leadership and communication skills.