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Where Are They Now? ASI Alumni #3

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Every year ASI hires 300 great Sac State students to work in the various departments and programs. Each of these students bring unique experiences to the work they do and these employment opportunities often supplement the content that they are learning in the classroom. Throughout the year we will highlight some of these former employees and what they are currently doing after graduation.

IN THIS ISSUE: Daisy Yepez, PETER MALONY, meg panlaqui

meDaisy Yepez

B.A. Public Relations with a minor in Business Administration, 2015
FORMER ACCOUNTING ASSISTANT, ASI BUSINESS OFFICE

CURRENT POSITION:

Interim Junior Accountant, ASI Business Office

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HOW DID WORKING FOR ASI HELP YOUR CAREER GOALS?

Working with ASI helped me grow as an individual and helped me engage with other students and the campus community. I learned responsibility, customer service, time management and leadership skills that are essential in any job/career. Lets not forget all the Accounting experience I have gained, which will help me in future jobs and in pursuing an MBA.

ONE THING YOU MISS ABOUT SAC STATE?

Thankfully, after graduation I accepted a full-time position with ASI. ASI continues to provide the foundation needed to succeed in my future career. I do miss being able to participate in committees, but I will continue to reach out to students and hopefully encourage them to get involved.

Take advantage of all the resources ASI has to offer. Join a committee, volunteer, vote in the ASI student election or even better run for a position! Make the most out of your college experience and get involved.


imagePeter Maloney

B.S. Graphic Design, 2014
Former Graphic Designer, ASI Marketing

CURRENT POSITION:

Graphic Designer / Past: PAIR Design & the Glass Agency

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HOW DID WORKING FOR ASI HELP YOUR CAREER GOALS?

Working in a collaborative environment, with supportive people at ASI, helped introduce me to real world work situations. It gave me the opportunity to help focus my design process in a practical manner that I could use for life after school.

ONE THING YOU MISS ABOUT SAC STATE?

Two day school weeks, four day weekends.

Find something you’re passionate about and pursue it, if you enjoy what you’re doing, money will follow. I started as a business major, but found my calling as a graphic designer and now I love what I do. Explore new things now, make use of weekday afternoons. I didn’t realize how many places close at 5pm..


1962e40Meg Panlaqui

B.A. Sociology, 2014
Former Director for the Office of Governmental Affairs

CURRENT POSITION:

Coordinator of Partnership Development, San Francisco Chamber of Commerce

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HOW DID WORKING FOR ASI HELP YOUR CAREER GOALS?

Working for ASI definitely inspired my career goals. Advocating on behalf of the student body and working alongside many other student leaders throughout the CSU inspired me to look for an organization that I can be a leader and make a difference. I knew I wanted to have a work environment that allowed me to be creative and accomplish goals towards my career development. I am very lucky to have found a home with the SF Chamber of Commerce. I am able to advocate for small to big businesses and increase the economic development for the city of San Francisco. With the skills and experiences my position in ASI has given me, I’m able to hold my own in the workforce and push myself professionally. Lastly, I’ve made so many connections my network because of ASI, which it lead me to my career opportunities I had in front of me after I graduated.

ONE THING YOU MISS ABOUT SAC STATE?

I miss the warm freshly baked cookie from Good Eats!

Get involved. Any volunteer, leadership and team member roles will help your personal development. ASI has so many resources available to the student body that you can find something that you’ll be passionate about and you’ll take with you even after you graduate.

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