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Katrina Smith graduated from Menlo College in May of 2013. Since graduation Katrina has held three different jobs: Office Manager at Cafe Borrone, Office Manager and Recruiter at StartX, and she is currently a Recruiting Coordinator at Google. Katrina did many things during her four years at Menlo. She was the Founder and President of the Venture Christian Club and was a member of the Student Government Association (SGA) for three years as the Sophomore Class President, SGA Vice President her junior year, and SGA President her senior year. Katrina was also a Campus Ambassador, attended the Leadershape program in 2012, was an Orientation Leader, and worked as an Admissions Office Clerk. She received many awards while at Menlo including the Richard F O’Brien Award and the Board of Trustees Award. When asked what she enjoyed the most about Menlo College, Katrina replied, “I enjoyed all the amazing leadership opportunities which led me to feel confident and challenged enough to break through barriers and discover my own leadership style.” ... See More »See Less »

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Alyssa Rodeheaver-Nojima graduated in May of 2014 with a B.A. in Psychology. While at Menlo College, Alyssa was the Treasurer and Vice President of the Hawaii Club, President of the Sewing Club, an Orientation Leader, and a participant in the Leadershape program. She worked in the Athletic Department as an Athletic Trainer’s Assistant and in the Academic Success Center as an Advising Assistant. Alyssa’s favorite thing about Menlo was the friends she made during her time here who have now become her family. She was also grateful for the friendly atmosphere, the help from faculty, and the connections she made that helped her grow. After graduation, Alyssa returned home to Hawaii and won a small scholarship to Argosy University in a preliminary pageant for Miss Hawaii. Her ultimate goal is to find a career in academic advising or college counseling. ... See More »See Less »

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6 days ago

Menlo wraps up “Take the Lead Week” with a lovely presentation on professional self image and social media presence, with Ms. Andrea Peeters.

She shared with us some important statistics stressing the importance of a safe and clean online social media presence.

"93% of Employers check social media

51% of Employers did not hire based on online content"
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All events are held in Russell Center from 7 to 8 PM.

April 13th
Dr. James Lai, Santa Clara University
Dr. James S. Lai is Associate Professor and Associate Director of the Ethnic Studies Department at Santa Clara University. His 2011 book, Asian American Political Action: Suburban Transformations, examines the demographic shifts and the rise of Asian American political incorporation in small to medium size suburbs throughout the continental United States.


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