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Courtney is a senior Organizational Communications major. She has interned at Nationwide Children's Hospital and she plans to pursue a career in the healthcare field after graduation.
Diana is a senior Leadership & Management major with a minor in Psychology. She is a member of the Phi Sigma Sigma sorority, Alpha Chi National Honor Society, and has previously been on the varsity Women's Tennis Team. She interned previously at the Krema Nut Company, and is also currently a Web Marketing Intern at M/I Homes.
Jordan is returning to Career Development as a second-year PCA. He is a senior Marketing and Leadership & Management major. Jordan participates in intramural football and basketball, serves on the Campus Traffic Court and is an active supporter of campus activities. Last summer Jordan interned in the HR department at PharmaForce.
This will be Shannon's second year as a PCA. She is a senior Communication and Psychology double major with a minor in Public Relations. Currently she is president of Capital's Public Relations Student Society of America and is also a Writing Consultant for Academic Success. Last year she interned with Together We Rise. After graduation, she plans to pursue a career in non-profit communication.
Stephanie is also returning for her second year as a PCA. She is a senior Leadership & Management major and music minor. Currently she is serving as President of Sigma Alpha Beta fraternity and as a member of Sigma Alpha Iota. Stephanie also holds a part time position in customer service and circulation at the Bexley Public Library. She was in Capital's Chapel Choir for 5 semesters.
Zach is a junior Public Relations and Communication Studies major. He is a member of PRSSA, American Fundraising Professionals, Student Government, Phi Mu Alpha, SINFONIA Music fraternity and Chordsmen. Upon graduation Zach hopes to work at a Public Relations Agency.
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