UHart Seniors Ready to Begin Their Careers After Commencement

Nearly 850 members of the Class of 2021 will graduate on Saturday, May 15, and Sunday, May 16, and many of them already have jobs lined up. Class lessons, research opportunities, hands-on experiences, and mentoring leave them well positioned to begin their careers immediately after Commencement.

Here is a look at just a handful of our 2021 graduates and what they have planned next.

Internships and Hands-On Learning Provide Valuable Experience

Skye Trotter ’21 has a digital marketing associate position waiting for her in Annapolis, Maryland, where she will be handling marketing and search engine optimization (SEO) work for corporate law firm Frost Law. A communication major with an emphasis in public relations and advertising, Skye also has a minor in politics and government. Click here to continue reading.

Barzach with many UHart alumni who also work at Longman Lindsey: Front (left to right) – Rachel Goldman ’19, Michael Barzach ’21, Michael Sands ’11, Adam Paul ’14 Back (left to right) – Conner Gardner ’19, Rich Ranft ’08, Tom Oullette ’13, Nate Perna ’12 – Photo Credit