Nyasha Sarju

In my senior fall I finally made a decision I should have made years before—I sought career advice and support at the career center. I met Robyn and immediately felt comfortable and supported without feeling too overwhelmed. The one issue I had with the career center was its proximity to the places I spent most of my time, so when Robyn began offering career advising at the gym it made seeing her a lot more easily accessible. We worked on things from resume format and information to cover letters to sifting out what I was interested in from Symplicity. We also worked on mock interviewing and that helped me gain a lot of confidence going into my many interviews in the spring. I was able to correspond a lot via email but in person contact was also very accessible and it’s something I highly recommend that juniors and seniors take serious advantage of.

Nyasha Sarju, ’16, Yale Women’s Basketball