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Career and Life Outcomes Center

Maurice Horowitch Career
and Life Outcomes Center

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About Us

2015-2016 Peer Presenters

Our Peer Presenters (PPs) are students like you who have been trained on career development topics such as writing resumes and cover letters, networking, and interviewing. In addition to facilitating workshops and coordinating programs such as the How I Got My Internship lunch series, Linkedin Photobooth, and First Year Smoothie, they serve as liaisons to groups around campus to coordinate workshops. You will most often find these students hard at work in KJ, Sadove, Bristol, or the Science Center. If you would like to request a specific workshop for your student group, email Janine Oliver at joliver@hamilton.edu.

Caroline Reppert '17

Caroline Reppert '17 is a Sociology major and Government minor from Kingston, Pennsylvania. This past summer, she interned for a law firm in her hometown.  There, she worked along side both attorneys and paralegals to help prepare their cases.  In addition to working as a Peer Presenter at Hamilton, she serves as the co-captain of the college’s Mock Trial team, the secretary of Student Assembly, and a student member of the Honor Court.

 

 

Harris Pollack '17  is a Government major, Economics and Hispanic Studies double minor from Chappaqua, New York. This past summer, he interned with a Private Wealth Advisory firm, assisting the investment research team by performing due diligence and evaluating asset managers of equity, debt and alternative assets and researching investment ideas and leading market trends. Harris is a member of the men's soccer team, a member of the Student Athletic Advisory Committee, an admissions tour guide, Co-Director of Sidekicks,  and a Co-President of the Hamilton College Real Estate Club.

Emily Goldberg ‘16 is a Chinese major and sociology minor from New York City.  This past summer, Emily interned at the National Criminal Justice Association in Washington, DC.  In the past, she has worked as an intern in the Legal Aid Society of New York’s criminal law division. Emily studied in Beijing in the summer and fall of 2014 through Hamilton’s Associated Colleges of China program.  On campus, Emily is a co-director of HAVOC (Hamilton Association for Volunteering, Outreach and Charity), a tour guide, a member of the Levitt Leadership Institute, and a Hamilton Sidekick.

Cassie Dennison '16 is a Government major and Art minor from Clinton, NY. While attending Hamilton, Cassie's worked in the Communications and Development Office, the Career Center, the Admissions Office and Residential Life. Her professional interests include Government, Consulting, Fashion, Marketing and Foreign Affairs. She's interned at a Lobbying Firm, with a Fashion group, on a Congressional Campaign and at a News Station. Cassie spent the fall of her Junior Year in Madrid, Spain and the spring in Washington, DC. She hopes to move back to DC after graduation to pursue a career in Consulting or Foreign Relations.

Tyler Rehor ‘17 is an Economics major and Environmental Science minor from Enfield, Connecticut. This past summer he interned with Northwestern Mutual in Springfield, Massachusetts assisting a wide range of clients, including private businesses, with personal financial planning. He also worked alongside full time wealth advisors, learning about brokerage and investment advisory services. At Hamilton, Tyler is an active member of the Varsity Swim Team, and also serves as Captain for the Club Water Polo Team. He also is the treasurer for HEAG, Hamilton’s Environmental Action Group.

Elza Harb ’18 is History and Government double major from Chicago, IL. This past summer, she interned for Congressman Mike Quigley (IL-05), working in his district office, assisting constituents and doing research for his congressional aides. On campus, besides being a peer presenter, Elza is on the Quiz Bowl team, the TEDx executive board, and does Hogwarts@Hamilton. Elza also loves studying languages. She is learning Italian as her fourth language, and hopes to study abroad in Italy her junior year. She hopes to combine her interests and become an international lawyer, after graduating from Hamilton.

Charlotte Carstens '16 is a German Studies and World Politics major from West Chester, PA.  This past year she studied abroad in Tübingen, Germany for eleven months. During this time she interned in the Office of the Mayor in Stuttgart's City Hall, which provided an interesting comparison to her internship last summer, in which she interned in Philadelphia's City Hall.  At Hamilton, Charlotte is a member of the Hamilton College Choir and Women's Club Water Polo Team as well as Vice President of Gamma Xi.  After graduation, Charlotte hopes to return to Germany.

Cameron Boucher '17 is a Economics major with a minor in English and Creative Writing from Annapolis, Maryland. This past summer Cameron worked as a Sales and Marketing intern with Blue Water, a digital marketing agency in Washington, D.C. At Hamilton, Cameron plays goalie on the club hockey team and is a member of the Psi Upsilon fraternity. He has also worked as a Sports Information Assistant with the Athletic Department. Cameron plans on spending this coming spring semester studying abroad, though he has yet to figure out where.

Caroline McCarthy '16 is an Economics major and Math minor from Belmont, Massachusetts. This past summer, she was a Fixed Income sales and trading intern at Morgan Stanley in New York City.   At Hamilton, Caroline is a member of the women's lacrosse team and a Havoc site coordinator for the Colonial Park Nursing home. Previous to working as a Peer Presenter, Caroline worked in the Career and Life Outcomes Center with employer relations researching potential postings for the HamNET recruiting database.

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