Ashley Archangelo

Ashley Archangelo

Ashley joined the O’Brien Center for Career Development at Merrimack College in 2018 as the Events and Operations Specialist. Her work focuses on planning all major events for the O’Brien Center, including career fairs, networking receptions and round tables, and the bi-annual Professional Development Retreat.

Ashley earned her Bachelor of Science in Nutrition & Food Science at the University of Vermont. 

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Working Warriors: Ben Forest ’21 Scores Summer Internship amid Pandemic with Albany Molecular Research Inc.

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Ben Forest ’21, Mechanical Engineering major and Mathematics minor, is no stranger to internships and gaining new skill sets. With previous experience as a Construction Intern on the Pfizer Plasmids Project at LendLease and an Intern at Carpenter & Paterson, …

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Summer Paid Internship? Two Words: Parker Dewey

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The current economic and job landscape can be difficult to navigate. With some internships rescinded and industries on a hiring freeze, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. And even worse, your bank account may be taking a hit because of it. …

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Life After Merrimack: Briana Tierney ’16, Child Life Specialist at Boston Children’s Hospital

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Briana Tierney, a 2016 Merrimack College alumna, is a perfect example that hard work, passion and a strong support system creates professional success. Graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Human Development & Human Services, Briana had a plethora of …

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Ask an Employer Career Event Brings Success to Engineering Students

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Ask an Employer, an annual Merrimack College event, is an informal networking opportunity where students are able to meet and network with some of the region’s top engineering companies, learning more about open internship and co-op positions. This year, ten …

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Recording Breaking Attendance at Merrimack College’s Fall Internship & Job Fair

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On September 26, Merrimack College students arrived at the MultiPurpose Room in the Sakowich Campus Center for the largest recruiting event of the semester – the Fall Internship & Job Fair. Students of all class years and majors attended this …

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Merrimack Alumni Give Back at Merrimack’s Annual Accounting Networking Event

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Each fall, the O’Brien Center for Career Development in coordination with the Girard School of Business at Merrimack College hosts networking events for undergraduate students interested in the industries of accounting and finance. These networking opportunities offer Merrimack students the …

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Networking to Internship at Ask an Employer Event

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Ask an Employer, an annual event hosted by the O’Brien Center for Career Development, is an opportunity for Merrimack College students to network with some of the region’s top life science and engineering companies and learn about available internship and …

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Here’s What You Need To Know About Working In Business Technology And IT (Hint: A Tech Degree Isn’t Always Required)

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Every successful company specializes in something—but being an expert in one area doesn’t make them an expert in all areas. This is especially true when it comes to technology. Executives across all industries need help deciding which tools work best …

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