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Working Warriors: Madison Decker ’20 Makes Waves as Ticket Sales Rep with the Miami Dolphins

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Madison Decker ’20 is dedication – personified. A former student athlete, former business administration student, a committed member of the College to Sports Networking organization, and a vital part of Giving Back Linda’s Legacy—to name all of Madison’s accomplishments …

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Working Warriors: Scott Neville ’21 Completes United Way Internship, Aims High with Charlie Day

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Scott Neville ’21 is networking his way up the ladder. As a current senior pursuing his bachelor’s in communication and media, Scott recently completed an internship through United Way’s NFL Partnership—but that’s not all. He’s also an independent filmmaker, who …

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Working Warriors: Leslie Lima ’21 Engineers Her Future At Woodard & Curran

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Leslie Lima ’21 knows the value of hard work, and starting early. As an intern and developing professional since her high school years, she’s currently finishing her bachelor’s in civil engineering at Merrimack. And with a post-grad future just ahead, …

By Dan Roussel
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Working Warriors: Kira Cameron ’21 Raises the Bar at Raytheon Technologies

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Kira Cameron ’21 constantly raises the bar for fellow Girard School of Business students. On campus, she works with the Merrimack Investment Fund, while being an integral member of the Honors Program through her mentorship and student council guidance. With …

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The 3 Steps to Take After Your Virtual Session with an Employer

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Learn what to do after your virtual session to leave a great impression with employers.

This article was originally published on Handshake’s Blog. To access the original, full article, please click here.

If you’ve just finished attending a virtual recruiting …

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