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Salazar, a Snow College leader, got her start with the Career Center

Alumna Adriana Salazar, an international student pursuing her education at the University of Utah, continues to maintain a tradition of excellence, hard work, and resilience after Snow College.

At Snow College, Adriana was involved in different leadership positions. “I was the Resident Assistant for two years, and the vice president of the international club for one year.” she said. Through these leadership opportunities, Adriana was able to make an impact on campus. In fact, she earned Snow College Lorenzo Award of 2020, which the highest recognition given to a student who showcased excellence in all things.

Adriana came several times to the Career Center, seeking help during her job hunt. A peer advisor gave her resources on how to write a resume, and cover letter. “This helped me begin the process. Later, they helped me improve my cover letter and resume.” Job search may be daunting sometimes, but the student peer advisors are fully trained to coach their fellow badgers to begin their job search and help the students get placed in the job market.

Adriana said, “With their help I was able to improve my resume and a template for a cover letter that helped me to get the job I have today.” She currently works as a Research Assistant in the University of Utah and is part of the Undergraduate Student Advisory Committee of the School of Computing.

Adriana encourages all the Snow College students to visit the Career Center to receive help from the Student Peer Advisors, because the they care about you and want you to succeed.

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