By Alaysha Riley
Graduating from college comes with a mix of emotions. It can be frightening, motivating, intimidating, or all three. If you are like me, the time leading up to graduation filled me with anxiety about my next steps in life. Luckily, POW helped me grow personally, professionally and provided experiences to make me feel proud about my education. Here are the lessons I learned along the way to help you feel confident about your college journey and graduation.
By Alaysha Riley
This guide includes the best tips, templates, and resources for you to create your own stellar resume. If you still need help, come to our resume workshop Wednesday, March 8, 2017 from 5:00pm to 7:00pm. We will be located in room 244 at the J. Paul Leonard Library at SFSU. The following week we will be hosting a workshop where you can apply to jobs with your updated resume. POW wants you to succeed and get your dream job!
By Brenda Ibanescu
Dear Future POW Leaders,
If you are a seeker. If you are eager to learn. Discontent with the status quo, and looking for inspiring and innovative ideas that move the world forward. Then POW is for you.
My name is Brenda Ibanescu. I am a business major, a leader, and a woman. I came to this country when I was five years old after my parents won the Diversity Visa Lottery. Apart from being born to a mother who is one of the greatest people on earth, winning the lottery is when my luck began. Not only was I lucky enough to win the lottery but I won a citizenship to the greatest country on earth. Because in this country women did not have to get married by the time they were 18 and they did not need their husbands to open bank accounts for them. I decided to take my love for my adoptive country and my potential to do great things and I got on with it.