Education is preparation for the future. Julianne Loveland, a communication major with a minor in business from Andover, N.J., feels CSE is preparing her to transition to the working world. “My classes and professors have prepared me for what is to come. The small class sizes and individualized attention mean that I am getting the education I need to succeed.”
This summer, she is working in the Human Resources department of RoNetco Supermarkets as a Training Coordinator, interviewing and selecting candidates for ShopRite’s in the Sussex County area.
Eventually, this is the type of work Loveland would like to do professionally. “Through my education and guided internships I have developed a passion for speaking with people. I really have a desire to help them grow not only professionally, but personally as well.”
Loveland, who transferred from Sussex County Community College, is happy with her choice of CSE. “I chose to come to CSE for the general education curriculum, CSE Essentials. As a transfer student, one of my main concerns was looking at schools’ curriculums and seeing whether or not I will graduate in four years... CSE made it possible to not only graduate in four years, but also do it in a great location surrounded by the best faculty and staff a student could ask for.”