spotlight on megan wheeler ’19, plymouth state marketing major and varsity women’s tennis player, from manchester, new hampshire.
commencement is right around the corner. dustin siggins ’08 offers advice on how to make a realistic plan for life post-graduation.
this year, dustin siggins ’08 encourages you to identify four reasons a specific career path will help you accomplish your personal goals.
the latest by dustin siggins ’08 honors christmas and hanukkah with four ways you can put others first when considering your career.
everyone has dreams. if you want to accomplish them, you need a goal. that goal needs a plan. that plan needs a strategy, and the strategy needs tactics.
it’s october. skiing is on the horizon, thanksgiving plans are just a few weeks away, and midterms are finally over. have you begun your 2019 networking yet?
kate martin ’19, an exercise and sport physiology major, is from westmoreland, nh. when she isn’t studying or working as a camp counselor and ski instructor, you can find her playing soccer, running, hiking, and skiing the local mountains.
Katie Alden ’18, a criminal justice major, is from Sandwich, MA on Cape Cod. She has two younger siblings, Shelley and Wally, who are her inspiration. Alden was named to the top 20 Outstanding Seniors list & student employee of the year for 2017- 2018.
william datilio ’18, from north hampton, new hampshire, graduated from plymouth state this spring with an interdisciplinary degree in sport psychology.
jordan rosenburg ’17, assistant director of annual giving, shares her journey to personal wellness with the help of the women’s leadership summit.