Students at Case Western Reserve University build resumes that catch attention. Take, for example, Alex Gould, a senior majoring in marketing and minoring in economics, psychology and public policy.
Watch the video to hear from Alex ►
What’s on his resume?
Brand engagement intern for McDonalds, where he created an integrated fundraising program for the Ronald McDonald House Charities and assisted with the launch of the ‘MyMcDonald’s Rewards’ loyalty program’s World-Famous Fan Day.
Legislative Senate intern (though I can’t tell you more about that, for cybersecurity reasons 🤐)
Vice president of the student body in our Undergraduate Student Government.
Co-founder and co-president of the CWRU Undergraduate UNICEF chapter.
Accomplished on-air talent: served as a broadcaster and announcer for CWRU athletics; created the Blue CWRU Connection podcast; and hosted a radio show on CWRU’s WRUW FM radio station.
To what does he credit his successes?
“Every day here, I’ve felt valued, like I’m learning a lot and like I’m being pushed to grow as an individual, both due to my experiences inside and outside the classroom. There are so many avenues to find people who you connect with and do what you’re passionate about here.”
What does this mean for your future?
Alex’s experiences are certainly laudable but really not out of the ordinary for CWRU students.
At CWRU, it’s not that you can have a standout college experience that will lead to big outcomes. At CWRU, you will.