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Meet Scholar Anastasia Krasilnikova from Baruch College

Posted By Holly Rosen Fink, Wednesday, April 3, 2019
Updated: Tuesday, February 5, 2019


JFEW CUNY HIllels Scholar Anastasia Krasilnikova is currently attending Baruch College. As a marketing major, she did her JFEW internship at KUDZOO where she worked on social media and content management.

We talked to Anastasia about what it has been like for her as a JFEW Scholar.

JFEW: What has been the most meaningful lesson you have learned or experience that you have had while in college?

AK: I have learned to take risk and put myself outside of my comfort zone.

JFEW: What accomplishment during your time in college are you proudest of?

AK: My greatest accomplishment has been starting my own club freshmen year of college and joining several other clubs. I’m also proud of finding support and resources through JFEW.

JFEW: What does being a JFEW Scholar mean to you?

AK: My internship in the summer gave me confidence and much needed skills to continue my professional career. I have also connected with several people in my field through workshops.

JFEW: How do you envision your future when you graduate? What do you hope to do?

AK: I hope to have a stable job in my career field that will enable me to exercise my creativity and passion for social good.

 

 

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