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Shayla Douglas launched into a career giving back to North Carolina as the downtown and small business development manager in Garner, North Carolina. Douglas is working to revitalize the downtown area and strengthen the economy of the Wake County town of 31,000.
Senior Jake Otte will use skills he has gained through courses in the applied sciences and engineering minor offered by the applied physical sciences department as he continues his work as an electrical engineer at Kiewit after graduation in May.
Fourth-year medical student Nakisa Sadeghi uses her fluency in multiple languages to advocate and translate for underserved communities. She looks forward to pursuing her passion for health equity as a dermatologist and public health advocate.
Find a cause, unlock a challenge, join in some friendly competition and spread the word on this “day like no other.”
The Roland L. Freeman Collection is now part of the Southern Folklife Collection at the Wilson Special Collections Library. It will be available for research and consultation later this year. It is a gift from the Kohler Foundation, a family foundation that supports the arts and education.
University Career Services is an on-campus resource that provides career-planning resources and information about internships and job opportunities to undergraduates, graduate students and recent graduates.