Bradley Blount is a junior at the College of William and Mary from Washington, DC studying Computer Science with a minor in Mathematics. His career aspirations are to work in the finance industry adter graduation as a Quantitative Analyst. He is also an active member of William and May’s Club rugby team and a Brother of Kappa Delta Rho. In his free time he enjoys coding web applications and weightlifting.
Kelsey is a second-year Master of Public Policy (MPP) candidate in William and Mary’s Thomas Jefferson Program in Public Policy. Kelsey graduated from William and Mary last May with her Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy with a minor in Hispanic Studies. Kelsey has been working at the Cohen Career Center since Fall 2013, and can help students with resumes, cover letters, interviewing, and internship searches. In addition to her position at the Cohen Career Center, Kelsey will be serving as a graduate assistant at the City of Williamsburg this year in their Economic Development department. In her spare time, Kelsey enjoys quoting Mindy Kaling, worshipping Buzzfeed, and trying to spot the ever-elusive President Revelely. Come and visit her during her walk in hours from 9am to 11am on Fridays!
Brendan is a freshman at the College and he intends to major in International Relations. This is Brendan’s first year at the Cohen Career Center and he looks forward to gaining more experience, helping out students and spreading awareness about the resources that the Cohen Career Center has to offer. Brendan is a member of AEPi and enjoys playing the drums and watching netflix, much like everyone else. Brendan looks forward to helping out students at the Career Center and making William and Mary a better place.
Emily Schaal is a freshman who hopes to do a double major in Economics and Mathematics. She started working as an ambassador in the fall. She is excited to help students craft resumes and cover letters and teach them about the many other resources that the Career Center has to offer. Emily is a member of ROTC and is a contributor to the Dog Street Journal. In her free time, she enjoys writing short stories and doing gymnastics.
Samantha is currently a freshman and anticipates majoring in Classical Studies in addition to her Pre-Med intention. This is her first year working at the Cohen Career Center helping students to build their resumes, revamp their cover letters, and utilize the online tools that the Cohen Center has to offer. On campus, Samantha is very active in Pi Beta Phi - where she is a part of the Leadership Nominating Committee - and plays the oboe and english horn in the Wind Ensemble. Her favorite spot is a nook in the library, always accompanied by a steaming cup of Earl Grey and a book of fantasy.