Farewell Fellowship

By: Amber McCraw, Career Advising Fellow

This fellowship has been a wonderful experience over the last 10 months filled with many opportunities for learning and exploring, new friendships, moments of growth both personally and professionally, challenges, and time to reflect.  It was just what I needed to settle back into North Carolina and decide on a career path that is right for me.  That career path involves helping others with their own career journeys.  Speaking of journeys…since you have followed us on this journey, it only seems right to let you know where I am headed next.  Saturday will officially be my last day as a Career Advising Fellow after our office assists with Commencement.

However, it is with excitement that I can announce that I will continue my journey at Elon University as the Assistant Director of Career Services for the School of Communications.  This also comes with the opportunity to work closely with next year’s fellows!  *Cue excitement*  🙂

I am beyond grateful for all of the support from the Student Professional Development Center throughout my fellowship and thankful that they are keeping me around. I am looking forward to all of the learning, challenges, and excitement that this new position will offer.  Here’s to a new leg in my career journey!

Long Live Elon!  Go Phoenix!
Long Live Elon! Go Phoenix!

Author: Amber Moser

Amber Moser serves as a the Assistant Director of Career Services for the School of Communications. Previously, she served as a Career Advising fellow for the 2014-2015 academic year. Before arriving at Elon, she earned an M. Ed. in College Student Affairs Administration from the University of Georgia where she worked in Residence Life. Prior to UGA, Amber attended NC State, leaving with a B.S. in Business Administration and a B.A. in Psychology. As an advisor, she works with students in the School of Communications to help them set and reach their career goals. This includes working with students to update their resumes, practice their interviewing skills, develop their professional brand via LinkedIn, and provide them with resources for the internship and job search.

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