Fall 2010 Issue


Features

Young, smart and fabulously employed

How these six Barry grads launched their brilliant careers

The job market of the past few years has been tough – a bit of an understatement – especially if you’re a young person trying to get established in the field of your choice.

However, the six young alumni profiled here have managed to get their careers off to a great start even in these difficult economic times.

A combination of factors, such as hyper-preparedness, productive internships, a passion for virtual and in-person networking, a willingness to adapt, relocate, work as a temp, and, yes, luck, have all played a factor in their success.

To see exactly how they did it, keep reading. And for tips from Barry faculty, staff and alumni about how to be a savvy job hunter, see our “Chutes and Corporate Ladders” game board.


The early bird

Kristy Singletary ’10
Full Story


The campaigner

Joseph Caiazzo ’08
Full Story


The ‘temp’

Nattasha Charania ’08
Full Story


The interview king

Jerry St. Louis ’09
Full Story


The team player

Ashley Likens ’09
Full Story


The improviser

Adriana Rullan ’09
Full Story

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