Hello, Manor community! I’ve missed you!
As many of you know, I graduated from Manor this past spring and transferred to Moravian College in Bethlehem, PA, where I’m continuing my Management degree.
Unfortunately, this means I’m required to take Calculus this and next semester; math is definitely not my strong suit, so I’ve been going to math tutoring almost every night. On the bright side, all of my classes transferred into Moravian (although many as electives), so I’m still on track to graduate in two years!
If my schedule allows it, I’d like to add a writing aspect to my major, perhaps the new certification in writing that Moravian is offering.
Outside of the classroom, I’ve joined MBL (Moravian Business Leaders), AAUW (American Association of University Women), and the Comenian Newspaper. As a member of AAUW, I’m a part of two committees. I’m in the process of writing two submissions for the November issue of the Comenian, and I might help with editing and their website.
This semester, I have two work-study jobs: in the Public Relations Department and as a Note Taker for the Academic Support Center.
I currently take and submit my notes for my Calculus and News and Feature Writing classes. I enjoy being a Note Taker because it’s simple and doesn’t take up too much more of my time than the classes already do!
In the Public Relations Department, I spend two hours a week in the office doing misc. tasks such as researching, brainstorming, and contacting local businesses. On top of those hours, I also spend a total of two hours a week posting to Moravian’s Instagram and Snapchat on Sunday’s and Tuesday’s. (Follow them @MoravianCollege! My Instagram posts include “- S.C.” in the caption.) I’m still looking forward to starting a blog as part of this work-study job.
I’m pretty positive that the main reason I’ve gotten hours in the Public Relations Department is due to the experiences I acquired while working with Kelly in the Marketing Communications Department at Manor! A big thank you to everyone that had any part in creating that internship opportunity 🙂
Thank you for all of your support, and please stay in touch with me (you can follow me on Twitter @)