Sarah Rubelowsky

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Hattiesburg, MS, USA
Honor Society Member
USM ( May-2017 )
My name is Sarah Anne Rubelowsky, and I attend the University of Southern Mississippi. I am currently a Marketing major with a minor in Communication Studies, and I plan to also minor in Spanish. My college experience has been outstanding. I have been very involved in several honor societies on campus, and have had the honor being Chapter President of one of them. I am currently helping start an Chapter at my school, which I feel will be a great asset to our campus.
Intended Job Path
I am currently a leasing agent at a local apartment complex, and I have enjoyed communicating with different types of people. I would like to work for a company such as Google, or Apple in the future because I feel my marketing and communication skills can benefit different companies.
Grad School Interests
I would like to continue my education through grad school, however, I am uncertain where I would like to study at the moment.
Honors & Awards
University of Southern Mississippi Leadership Scholarship Undergraduate Achiever Scholarship
Founded the National Society of Collegiate Scholars at The University of Southern Mississippi
Founded and Started the National Society of Collegiate Scholars at The University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast Sister Chapter
President's List
Fall 2013-Present
The University of Southern Mississippi
Marketing Major with a Minor in Communication Studies
2013 to 2017
Job Experience
Leasing Agent
The Lakes at Turtle Creek Apartment Homes
January, 2015 to March, 2015
Marketing with a minor in Communication Studies
Homes of Hope for Children
December, 2014
Salvation Army
November, 2014
Aspire Center
October, 2014
Passion of the Pinebelt
March, 2015
Bedfor Care Center of Hattiesburg Nursing Home
September, 2014 to November, 2014
I enjoy running, playing piano, and swimming
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