What’s a “success story”?
Stories | Sep 28, 2012 | Nicole Gesualdo
They’re called “success stories,” mini-features on GabelliConnect that we write when students receive and accept new internship and job offers. Read some examples of them right here.
Why do we do these? Because Gabelli School students work incredibly hard — and when they succeed, getting the kinds of internships and jobs they’d hoped for, they deserve more than a little credit.
We at GabelliConnect usually find out about them when class deans or pre-professional advisors help us out with a note about a student’s recent accomplishment.
But students: If you have a success story to share, tell us.
(It doesn’t have to be right now. Keep us in mind for anytime during the year when it might be relevant for you.)
Don’t forget that you should submit your success story as soon as possible after you receive your internship or job offer, and it should be an offer that you have accepted or plan to accept. Getting into graduate school and being awarded a scholarship count as success stories, too!
We hope to see you here on GabelliConnect soon.