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Jennifer Weber, ‘15

Current Position: Center Director at Teresa terrace Community Center

Focus: Social Services and Non-profit administration

Roles: Manage center budget, staff, and programming by compiling data, writing grants, and providing outreach.

Undergraduate Experience that made me an Excellent Candidate for this Position:Internship with children through MSCR and Residential Support Specialist for Adults with Disabilities

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Leah Sanson, ‘13

Current Position: Research Specialist, UW Department of Medicine

Focus: Preclinical Alzheimer’s Research

Roles: Recruiting, collecting data, running exercise protocols, training research assistants, conducting follow-up assessment, coordinating research

Undergraduate Experience that made me an Excellent Candidate for this Position:Independent Research Project

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Erin Mergen, ‘16

Current Position: Brand Manager, Mad Genie

Roles: Marketing research, work with clients to develop personal and company brands

Undergraduate Experience that made me an Excellent Candidate for this Position:Independent Research Project

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Natalie Callahan ‘16

Current Position: Program Guide, Pacific Quest, Hawaii

Focus: Behavioral Health and Sustainability

Undergraduate Experience that made me an Excellent Candidate for this Position Independent Research, Student Life Involvement


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Kiovanni Maysonet, ‘15

Current Position: Air Traffic Controller

Role: Guiding air traffic safely

Undergraduate Experience that made me an Excellent Candidate for this Position: A Psychology Degree and experience as a student leader


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Ashley Koglin, '15

Current Position: Registered Behavioral Technician, Butterfly Effects

Role: Implementing one on one ABA therapies to children, adolescents, and young adults with an autism spectrum disorder.

Undergraduate Experience that made me an Excellent Candidate for this Position: Internship working with children on the Autism Spectrum


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Cyless Peterson, ‘15

Current Position: Program Coordinator, Sakogan Chippewa Community

Roles: Coordinate and deliver the requirements of the Intergovernmental Agreement between Sokaogon Chippewa Community and the WisDOT to administer the Statewide Native American Labor Initiative and TLAC

Undergraduate Experience that made me an Excellent Candidate for this Position: Internship providing a liason between families and social services