All of my experiences have made me into the person I am today. They have given me skills that I use every day at my current work and at school.
My first experience isn’t on my resume anymore, but I used to be a cashier at a flea market concession stand. Sometimes I did this as volunteer work and sometimes I got paid. Since this was my first “job”, I learned a lot about being punctual, being ready to work the whole time, and perseverance.
My first real job came last summer when I started working at a local bank. I am still currently working there. This job teaches me a lot about responsibility and dedication. Here, I work around 40 hours and week, which takes a lot of dedication for someone who is not dedicating their life to this profession.
Right now, I work as a university telecounselor. I love my job right now because I get to work with my friends and also talk to perspective students. This job teaches me good phone skills, communication skills, technological skills, and personable skills.
My jobs have all turned me into the person I am today and without them I would not have the same skills I have today. Resume-Jennifer Sizemore
In this picture, Ashley and I are at the Rutgers football game! Football is such a fun time with my friends. I have not missed one game this year! Watching Ohio State play and defeat most teams is such a great feeling. It’s an even better knowing that every single person in the shoe, well almost everyone, is rooting for our team and wanting us to succeed. Football games are important to me because they give me a way to connect with everyone at Ohio State, even those not interested in football, like me, can still enjoy the games because everyone in the stands is so energetic all the time. When we score, everyone freaks out and it is such a great feeling. Beating Rutgers is so easy too that it makes it so much more fun because you know you’re going to win! I love going to the games because they are a fun time with my friends and it’s a great way to remember how much I love my school.
In this picture, me and a bunch of other Mounties are at Buckeyethon. Here, we raised money to end pediatric cancer. It meant a lot to me because one of my favorite campers from 4-H camp just recently was diagnosed for a second time. It hit me really hard so doing Buckeyethon was a big deal for me. Hanging out with these people was so much fun! I never hang out with the few people that stayed the whole time with me, but for those 12 hours we were like best friends. It was so fun and such an amazing, rewarding experience. I had such a good time with my fellow Mounties. We danced, exercised, made tutus, played laser tag, and silent discoed the night away! It was such a good time and I can’t wait to raise the money again next year so that I can dance again!
In this picture, I am with Cassi and Meghan. This was taken after we rushed the field after the Penn State game. It was such an incredible moment and I felt so connected to everyone in that stadium. The whole game was so amazing. Being around my friends in such an intense moment was a great experience. We had so much time cheering and being sad and cheering again. Every time we scored we high-fived each other and when they scored we got sad together. When we scored that last touchdown I just felt so at home with the people around me and I loved that feeling. After we won we rushed the field and it was so cool to be on the field with my friends and to be able to celebrate a huge win with people who mean a lot to me. This was such an incredible time and I’m really glad I got to spend this moment with my friends.
Welcome to my e-Portfolio! I hope the information you find about me here gives you an insight to who I am as a person. This e-Portfolio will give me the chance to showcase all of my achievements throughout my college career. I will update this e-Portfolio periodically throughout these years to display the activities I’ve done that have made me a better person.
My first semester of college went lot worse than I thought it would. I did okay with my classes but honestly I just did not get the grades I wanted. In high school I never got a B or even and A- and I was super glad last semester that I pulled those grades out. I just felt like I had lowered my standards. I also changed as a person like everyone else basically. I am still trying to find out who I am and trying to get good grades at the same time. I didn’t join many organizations because people kept telling me not to stretch myself too thin. Last semester was challenging and this one will be too, but I feel like I can get through this semester and get better grades because I have better study habits thanks to last semester.
These are my goals that relate to the Honors and Scholars G.O.A.L.S. I will work to accomplish within my time here at Ohio State!
Global Awareness: To increase my global awareness, I hope to study abroad next summer. I want to understand different cultures and understand how business work outside of the US. I also have to take a language class here at Ohio State and while I have taken mostly Spanish, I’d like to increase my knowledge of a different language just to broaden my views.
Original Inquiry: I haven’t really thought about doing research, but I definitely think that it would be a great opportunity. I want to look into different research opportunities that I could do with marketing or political science. I know that this is a research institution and undergrads don’t usually get to do research at other places, so I am definitely interested to get my hands on something that I didn’t really think I could ever do with my interests.
Academic Enrichment: I joined Honors just last semester so that I could start challenging myself with more rigorous coursework. I am taking one honors course now and also trying to dive into my majors so that I get more challenging classes but also classes I’m interested in.
Leadership Development: This year I am in two big leadership positions. I am a chair on one our committees (Leadership Training Committee) in my scholars program. I am in the Mount Leadership Society Scholars where we focus on leadership and service. We learned a lot about leadership last year in Mount, including about a lot of our leadership strengths like Myers Briggs, Clifton Strengths, and VIA Strengths. I learned a lot about my strengths within my leadership styles. Using my strengths, I have been able to lead all of the first years that I am a leader for.
Service Engagement: During my second year, I will be completing 75 hours of community service. I currently am volunteering at Project Open Hand, which is an organization that gives groceries to people with incurable diseases like cancer and HIV. It feels good when I go there and help the people. During my time with my service site, I hope to help as many people as possible and learn more about the history of the site that I am continuing at.
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This is picture is of me, Libby, and Ashley. We attended Fisher Convocation together. This was very important to me because I wanted to find good friends in the business program and also do business activities with them. Right before this picture was taken, we spoke to the dean of the Fisher College of Business. It was so amazing to just be able to talk to him and talk about our goals. This was such a great experience and I feel so much more involved in business than I did before. I’m glad I got to go to this event with these people because we had such a great experience together and without them I think things would’ve been different. Fisher Convocation was a great opportunity to network while meeting peers in business. This was such a great experience and I wish I could do it again!
My name is Jennifer Sizemore. I am a Marketing student in the Fisher College of Business. With my marketing degree, I’d like to one day become a Public Relations Specialist and work for a Fortune 500 company or maybe even a politician. I love working with people and I have great communication skills. I love helping people and I hope to continue doing that in my future as well. In high school I joined as many clubs as I could just to meet a lot of people and have great new experiences. I also joined these clubs to become a leader as much as I could. I did a lot of community service through 4-H and I hope to branch out into new community service organizations during my time at OSU.