Kiliana Rossi

  • University: Concordia University
  • Classification: Undergraduate
  • GPA: 3.75
  • Major: Business Administration with concentration in Human Resource Management
  • Minor: Psychology
  • Areas of Interests: Compensation & benefits, recruitment, workforce planning, and training and development
  • Active AHRMA Member
  • Accomplishments
    • 2018 Dean’s List
    • Bilingual (English and Portuguese)
    • Meals on Wheels volunteer
  • Excerpt from letter of recommendation
I admire Kiliana’s proactive approach to pursuing her career goals by continuing her education, attending career services activities, actively seeking information regarding her career pursuit, and her desire to make a positive impact in the HR field.

Alexis Cabada

  • University: Texas State University
  • Classification: Graduate
  • GPA: 3.5
  • Major: Human Resource Management
  • Degrees Held: Bachelor’s degree - Texas State University in Psychology with minor in Anthropology
  • Active Hill Country HR member
  • Active SHRM Member with Texas State Student Chapter
  • Accomplishments
    • Dean’s List for six semesters during undergraduate studies
    • 2014 Superintendent scholarship award winner
    • Bobcat Build volunteer
  • Excerpt from essay
My future goals are to grow in the field of International HR Management, and help people and organizations strategically across the globe.

Wendy Medina Sanchez

  • University: Texas State University
  • Classification: Undergraduate
  • GPA: 3.8
  • Major: Human Resource Management
  • Career Goals: HR Business Partner with Southwest Airlines
  • Active SHRM Member with Texas State Student Chapter
  • Serves as Vice President of Professional Development
  • Accomplishments
    • Dean’s List – Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Fall 2018
    • Bilingual (English and Spanish)
  • Excerpt from essay:
SHRM is by far one of my greatest choices in college. As the vice president of professional development for my SHRM chapter, I have learned how passionate and interested I am in my field of study. It has taught me leadership skills, professionalism, important tricks to my trade, and most important of all I have made lifelong friends and connections. Knowing this organization is used by so many professionals in the Human Resources field reassures me I have made the right choice.

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