2010 Portfolio Contest Winners
The Career Center held the seventh Career Portfolio Contest this past fall. This year's judges (employers and FSU faculty/staff) reviewed top entries to identify the highest quality portfolios. Congratulations to our winners!!
Pictured from left to right: Jill Lumsden (Associate Director), Ashley Balutch (Portfolio Graduate Assistant),William Doerner (1st Place, Graduate), Arielle Calderon (1st Place, Undergraduate), Lauren Kelly (2nd Place), Katilyn Lero (3rd Place), Dr. Jeff Garis (Career Center Director)
2010 First Place Graduate Portfolio - William Doerner
William Doerner is a fourth-year Ph.D. student in the Department of Economics. He works as a research assistant in the DeVoe Moore Center and teaches courses on land use regulations. He anticipates finishing his degree by May of 2012. Upon graduating, William hopes to continue his research and teaching on housing markets as a tenure-track university professor in an economics or multi-disciplinary program.
2010 First Place Undergraduate Portfolio - Arielle Calderon
Arielle Calderon is a senior studying Advertising at Florida State University. She is the Vice President of the FSU Ad Club and currently works part-time at The Zimmerman Agency. After graduation, Arielle hopes to move to New York City and obtain a position in social and digital marketing.
2010 Second Place - Lauren Kelly
Lauren Kelley is a second year Master's student, working toward an MS in the department of Geography. She currently interns with the National Forest Service working on mapping and GIS projects. After graduation Lauren hopes to begin a career related to geography and the environment, specifically working with geographic information systems. Lauren would really love the opportunity to travel and work abroad.
2010 Third Place - Katilyn Lero
Katilyn Lero is a senior earning dual degrees in Public Relations and International Affairs. In terms of career dreams, Katilyn would like to serve at a global Public Relations firm positively impacting health, poverty, and homelessness.
Appreciation is expressed to our judges:
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