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Student advisers help with the internship and job search process
The CELS Fellow program provides a highly trained para-professional student staff to augment the services of the professional CELS counselors. The student staff's training expertise includes e-Portfolio development, résumé and cover letter critique. CELS fellows assist at all workshops and they are available for individual appointments.
Interested in becoming a CELS Fellow? Talk to your CELS Counselor.
Meredith Boyle is a Senior CELS Fellow from Portsmouth, New Hampshire. She is double majoring in International Relations and French. She studied abroad at Sciences Po in Paris, France during the fall of 2011, and this past summer worked for the Secretary General of Immigration and Integration in Paris. This year, she is finishing her CISLA 3-year research project on French homegrown terrorism and serving as Editor in Chief of The College Voice. She hopes to pursue a career in intelligence after graduation. You can contact Meredith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meredith Byrne is a Senior CELS Fellow from Brookside, New Jersey. She is CISLA scholar and International Relations Major, currently working on a thesis which investigates the economic crisis’s impact on refugee settlement in the United States. Meredith is the past recipient of the Davis 100 Project for Peace Grant. During the fall of 2011 Meredith studied abroad in Cameroon, where she returned during the summer of 2012 to pursue an internship with a local NGO dedicated to helping urban refugees living in the capital city. At Connecticut College Meredith is a varsity track captain and the president of Sprout. She hopes to pursue a career in the nonprofit sector after graduation. You can contact Meredit at email@example.com.
Madeline Eng is a Senior CELS Fellow from Darien, Connecticut. She is pursuing a major in Environmental Studies and a minor in Architectural Studies. Madeline studied abroad at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. She loves horses and is a competing rider on the CC Equestrian Team. Madeline also serves on the executive board of theLook, Conn’s new fashion magazine, as the Blogmaster. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Emil Lalov is a Junior CELS Fellow from Pleven, Bulgaria. He is currently double majoring in Mathematics (with a concentration in Statistics) and Economics. During his freshman year he became extremely interested in Actuarial Science and in the summer between his freshman and sophomore year, passed his first actuarial exam. He also interned in the Pleven Municipality’s Financial Services Department, where he has gained invaluable experience in Statistics and Economics. The summer between his sophomore and junior year, Emil was an actuarial intern in Liberty Mutual’s Boston Home Office. He is currently the Math Club’s President, a member of the Peggotty Investment Club and the Renewable Energy Club. In his free time he enjoys playing soccer and ping-pong as well as having fun with his friends. He can be reached at email@example.com.
Jennifer Rodriguez is a Junior CELS Fellow from Chicago, Illinois. She is currently pursuing a major in Psychology and a minor in History. She is on the executive board for Slavery Ends Today (SET), Conn’s anti-human trafficking organization. For fun, Jennifer dances and has been involved in Eclipse and Fusion, which are annual student run dance shows conducted for each semester. She is a CISLA scholar as well and has discovered a new passion for the French language. She will be studying abroad in France in the spring of 2013. Jennifer’s goal after graduation is to do the Japan Exchange and Teaching Program to fulfill her other passion of learning the Japanese language and culture. You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jillian Sandler is a Senior CELS fellow from central Connecticut. She is pursuing a major in Economics with minors in Mathematics as well as Music & Technology. Jillian spent her CELS internship in NYC doing private wealth management for a family office, M. Safra & Co., where she had the opportunity to work alongside an alum of Conn. She enjoyed learning about the hedge fund world and would love to work in finance after graduation; Jillian also hopes to one day return to school to pursue an MBA. On campus, Jillian spends much of her time rehearsing with her a cappella group, the ConnChords. She served as the group's business manager during her sophomore year and has recently developed the hobby of writing a cappella arrangements. Jillian is excited to work as a CELS fellow this year as she found the CELS staff extremely helpful throughout the internship application process and wants to share what she has learned! She can be reached at email@example.com.
Nicole Smalley is a Senior CELS Fellow from Holliston, Massachusetts. She is pursuing a major in French and minors in both Dance and Government. This past fall, Nicole studied abroad in Paris with the Sweet Briar Junior Year in France program. While at Conn, she participates in Dance Department performances and is a member of the Shwiffs, an all-female a cappella group. This summer, Nicole will complete her CELS funded internship as a Promotions Intern at Allied Integrated Marketing in New York City. Nicole can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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