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#SPOTLIGHTSUNDAY Erin Crowley

Erin Crowley

Senior Mechanical Engineering student, Erin Crowley, shares her experience interning with MicroMedical Solutions:

My name is Erin Crowley and I am a Senior Mechanical Engineering Major at Merrimack College. Coming into Merrimack, I knew I wanted to go into Engineering, …

By Courtney Krause
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#SUCCESSSTORYSUNDAY Courtney Krause

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Graphic Design Student, Courtney Krause describes her experience as a Wildlife and Travel Photography Intern with Africa Media this past summer.

 

This summer, I had the privilege of traveling to South Africa for a Wildlife & Travel Photography internship …

By Courtney Krause
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#SUCCESSSTORYSUNDAY Paul Malafronte

Paul Malafronte

Business Administration and Management student, Paul Malafronte describes his experience during his summer internship with Achieve Athletics:

Over this past summer I was one of the two sales interns at Achieve Athletics in Branford, CT. Along with others, we worked …

By Courtney Krause
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Finance students engage with alumni in their field

Finance Brunch

The 3rd annual Finance Networking Brunch brought together ten alumni and an estimated 60 students to the Executive Suite in Crowe Hall for great conversation “to gain an insider’s view of the industry.”

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By Brian Berkeley
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5 Signs You’re Going to Be Happy No Matter What You End up Doing

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Nothing good lasts forever; nothing bad lasts forever.

My dad has said this phrase to my brother and me more times than I can count. Most often, he used it to put things in perspective when we were facing a …

By The Muse
The Muse
Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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