Below is my current resume. Each experience has helped me to grow in my passion for serving others. My experiences with Junior Achievement and at the Hilltop Library have been used for my 75 hours of service.


The Ohio State University, Fisher College of Business Columbus, Ohio

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration May 2019

Specializations: Logistics and Marketing GPA: 3.42

Minor: Nonprofit Studies

  • Ohio State Morrill Scholar- Scholarship awarded to students who

promote diversity and academic excellence on campus.

  • Member of Ernst & Young Scholars Program-Scholarship

awarded to students for acting as leaders in and outside of the

academic world (1 of 10 chosen).

Walnut Hills High School Cincinnati, OH

High School Diploma with Honors GPA: 4.53



Junior Achievement of Central Ohio Columbus, OH

Intern Sept. 2016-Present

  • Prepare materials for Junior Achievement programs.
  • Help run various in-class activities (focus on Columbus

City Schools.)

First Year Experience Ohio State University

Peer Leader May 2016-Present

  • Serve as a summer orientation leader for over 250 students.
  • Serve as a support system for all incoming students

throughout the school year.

  • Work as a team and individually to facilitate various

First Year Experience events and small groups.

Curl Market Student Ohio State Dining

Student Assistant Aug. 2015-April 2016

  • Prepare and serve food to customers while providing

excellent customer service.



Columbus Hilltop Library Homework Help Center Columbus, OH

Tutor Sept. 2016-Dec. 2017

  • Help K-12 students with various assignments.

Ohio State African American Voices Gospel Choir Ohio State University Soprano Section Leader April 2016-Oct. 2016

  • Member of the Executive Board as Soprano Section Leader.
  • Help plan the logistics of practices and performances.

Ohio State Mount Leadership Society Scholars Program Ohio State University Member Aug. 2015- Present

  • Worked on group service projects throughout Freshman year.
  • Will complete an individual service project throughout

Sophomore year accruing at least 75 hours of service.

  • Participate in bimonthly meetings centering around

conversations regarding “Controversy with Civility.”


About Me

My name is Hannah Sanders. I am a first year Mount Leadership Society Scholar majoring in Business Administration. I am from Cincinnati, Ohio, and am a proud graduate of Walnut Hills High School. I believe my classroom experiences in high school have given me a strong foundation for college. I am excited to see the opportunities that being a Mount Scholar will provide me throughout my time at Ohio State.

I am part of many other programs on campus outside of Mount Scholars on campus. For instance, I have joined Ohio State’s African American Voices Gospel Choir, and I have a job on campus. I am also a Morrill Scholar, which is a program that provides students with a full tuition scholarship for 8 semesters as well as opportunities to participate in programs on campus designed to further educate people about diversity. For instance, earlier in the year I attended the screening of a documentary Cincinnati Goddamnwhich is about the Cincinnati race riots that took place in 2001, and the events that led up to them. Finally, I am also a part of the Ernst & Young Scholars program through the Fisher College of Business. (You can read more about my experience with this program by going to the “Artifacts” section of this blog, or clicking on the link provided.)

Overall, I am excited about the growth I will experience while on Ohio State’s campus. I hope that this blog will serve as a reflection of that growth, and I will be sure to add new experiences to this blog as time goes on.



As a member of Mount Leadership Society Scholars, I have had opportunities to engage all of the G.O.A.L.S embodied by OSU’s honors and scholars program. The most prominent has been “Service Engagement.”

Mount Scholars is centered around serving others. From the minute I stepped on campus, I have been surrounded by multiple opportunities to serve others. We have participated in fundraisers for the Mid-Ohio Food Bank, cleaned Tuttle Park, worked with children who have disabilities, and so much more. Currently, we are planning various service projects for what we call “Legacy Week.”  We have divided into six “teams,” each of which focus on a specific cause to serve. I am on team poverty. We are currently still planning what we will do specifically to help with this very broad cause, but I am excited to see what we will come up with!

While Mount Scholars is built on Service Engagement, we also focus on all of the G.O.A.L.S of the honors and scholars program. I look forward to the ways that I will continue to fulfill these G.O.A.L.S throughout the year.



Artifact 1: Ernst and Young

The Ernst and Young logo

          My first artifact is not actually a physical object. Recently, I learned that I was chosen to be a member of the Fisher College of Business Ernst & Young Scholars Program. This is an amazing opportunity and a great way to kick off my Freshman year. This program is not open to everyone. Only a selected number of direct-admission Fisher students are invited to apply. Out of those applicants, only ten people are given the opportunity to join this program.

Ernst & Young is a London based company that provides assurance, tax, advisory, and consulting services. There is an Ernst & Young office located in our very own Columbus on Yard street. (There are also offices located in Cincinnati, Akron, Cleveland, and Toledo.) In their own words, “[t]he Columbus office of Ernst & Young LLP is the oldest and largest firm in Central Ohio, established in 1920. With about 25 partners and nearly 300 staff, we are a proud part of the local business community.”

As an Ernst & Young Scholar, I will receive a $500 book scholarship during both my Freshman and Sophomore year. On top of that, I will have access to exclusive Ernst & Young events, and the chance to apply for other exclusive Ernst & Young scholarships. While Ernst & Young focuses on accounting, you do not have to be an accounting student to participate in the program.

If you are reading this post and you feel disappointed that you did not have the opportunity to join this program, don’t worry! Ernst & Young offers other opportunities for Fisher students to get involved with their company. Be sure to watch your email account closely, as that is where you are most likely to hear about these events. Also, ask your survey class adviser and peer adviser about opportunities to participate in both Ernst & Young events and programs hosted by other companies. Finally, keep in mind that it’s still pretty early in the school year, so there will be lots of other chances to participate in similar programs.

Year in Review

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