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By Alice Song
Alice Song Career Counselor
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Learn How ID125:Strategic Career Planning Helped Madison Costigan

In the February 7, 2022 edition of Arcadia News, student Madison Costigan wrote of their experience in Professor Cynthia Nichols’ Strategic Career Planning course. Professor Nichols is also the Associate Director of Career Education and brings invaluable knowledge and expertise …

By Maeghan Myers
Maeghan Myers Career Counselor
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Sims ’18 Uses Arcadia Experience to Become First Responder in DC

Alexandria (Alex) Sims ’18, who helps keep residents, tourists, and commuters safe while they are in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, points to how her International Studies degree influenced her career path as a first responder in the nation’s capital.

“Arcadia …

By Maeghan Myers
Maeghan Myers Career Counselor
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Secanechia’s Experiences at Arcadia Fuel Passion to Educate Refugees

Isabela Arena Secanechia ’17 knows how critical English is for social and professional opportunities, and is working to teach the language to adult refugees.

Secanechia is co-founder of the edtech start-up English Language Network of Refugees (ELNOR), the pilot program …

By Maeghan Myers
Maeghan Myers Career Counselor
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Fiss ’21 Helps Children Through Crises

Psychology major and Sociology minor Zac Fiss ’21 has always been passionate about working with people.

He first wanted to pursue pediatrics, but decided the medical field wasn’t for him. He’s shifted into a similar yet different path through his …

By Maeghan Myers
Maeghan Myers Career Counselor
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Brown ’21 Uses Design Skills to Help Small Businesses, Nonprofits

Mya Brown ’21 had dreamed of being a surgeon to help those suffering from Hydrocephalus, which is an abnormal accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid within the cavities of the brain. However, after her first year at Arcadia University, she found her …

By Maeghan Myers
Maeghan Myers Career Counselor
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DiEmma One of Six Interviewed for National Forensic Science Week

Arcadia University student Gabrielle Thomas ’22 discusses Gabby DiEmma’s interview for National Forensic Science Week.

Gabby DiEmma ’19, ’21MSFS is one of six forensic science professionals interviewed by the Forensic Technology Center of Excellence (FTCoE) as part of National Forensic …

By Maeghan Myers
Maeghan Myers Career Counselor
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