My name is Lucas Gonzalez-Rey, and I’m currently a sophomore studying Information Systems and Operations Management & Business Analytics at the Smith Business School. Last summer, I had the opportunity to work as a social media and videography intern for the Capitol Hoops Summer League. The Capitol Hoops Summer League is an offseason basketball league consisting of high school teams ...READ MORE »
Hello CSS Community: My name is Brandon Estime and I graduated from the University of Maryland (Fall 2018) with a Bachelor of Science degree in Community Health. During the Fall 2018 semester, I had the opportunity to intern with the National Cancer Institute. During my internship, I was apart of the Health Behaviors Research Branch under the Division of Cancer ...READ MORE »
Hello CSS Community: My name is Jevaughn Hogan and I am currently a sophomore double majoring in Biological Sciences with a specialization in Physiology & Neurobiology and Public Health Science.
The College Success Scholars Program has helped me grow as both a mentor and a student during my time at the University. I recently declared a double degree in Biological Sciences: Physiology ...READ MORE »
Hello CSS Community: My name is Danno Lemu and I am a junior majoring in Economics and Mathematics with a minor in Business Analytics. This past summer, I had the privilege of interning with the International Finance Division of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, specifically the International Financial Stability section. Reminiscing now, I can say without a doubt that ...READ MORE »
Hello CSS Community: My name is Edem Yevoo and I am a junior pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science & Technology. This summer, I had the wonderful opportunity of studying abroad as part of the Quito Summer Environmental Studies program in Ecuador. The program, based in the capital of Ecuador, Quito, features field studies on issues facing ...READ MORE »
Hello CSS Community: My name is Timothy Chang and I am currently a sophomore pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. This past summer, I interned at OrthoBethesda, a Physical Therapy Clinic in Bethesda, Maryland. This experience affirmed my decision to choose Biology as a major and pursue a career track of Physical Therapy post-graduation. The tenure of my ...READ MORE »
Hello CSS Community: My name is Daniel Simanovsky and I am a junior Finance major at the Robert H. Smith School of Business. Since July of 2017, I have worked as an intern for Marks Paneth LLP’s financial advisory department. During my tenure, I have had the pleasure of working on a wide variety of projects however, most of my ...READ MORE »
Hello CSS Community: My name is AJ Olarinde and I am currently a sophomore pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science with a focus in Cybersecurity. Last summer, I intern for Nielsen, a data analytics and retrieval company. The primary mission of the company is to procure quantitative information pertaining to radio & television viewership of U.S. citizens ...READ MORE »
Hello CSS Community: My name is Yannick Alexis and I am currently a junior pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Fire Protection Engineering with a minor in Spanish Culture & Business. This past summer, I had the opportunity to intern at Jensen-Hughes; the largest Fire Protection engineering consulting firm in the nation! This was my first major specific internship ...READ MORE »
Hello CSS Community: My name is Jevaughn Hogan and I am currently a sophomore majoring in Biological Sciences with a specialization in Physiology & Neurobiology. I would like to briefly reflect upon my personal experience within the CSS program thus far.
I thank the College Success Scholars program for many of its components. Nevertheless, being a Team Leader (TL) for CSS has had ...READ MORE »
Participating in the College Success Scholars program was the single most influential experience during my time as an undergraduate at the University of Maryland. Dr. Lester and the staff of OMSE pushed and inspired me to attain heights and successes that I would have never actualized or even conceived on my own. I became a better student as well as an empowered man through this program. I gained the confidence and support that I needed to achieve great things in our world. I will do everything within my power to ensure that young men continue to benefit from this phenomenal program.
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