Career Ambassador Program
The Career Ambassador Program (CAP) offers a select number of students each school year the opportunity to gain skills and knowledge in the areas of career development and planning. Each CAP member gains practical experience by leading peer-to-peer career coaching sessions. These coaching sessions could include resume review, LinkedIn profile review and training, cover letter writing, interview preperation and more.
Meet the 2013-2014 Career Ambassadors
Bridget Freeman is a senior at Point Loma Nazarene University working towards her B.A. in Child and Adolescent Development. Working with kids all her life, she decided that having any kind of profession with them would be an incredible path for her life to follow. She has worked in the school setting at a private Jewish preschool in her hometown as well as an after-school teacher for 3 years with exciting kindergarteners and first graders. Ms. Freeman shares her passion of helping others through her interactions with others in the OSV office, classes, and out in her community as well as through mission work. She has been on two mission trips, Washington D.C. and Ecuador, and is preparing for her third to India. She wishes to make a difference in the world even if it is just one person at a time.
Lauren Hartz currently attends Point Loma Nazarene University is currently pursuing a B.A. in Psychology. After completing her undergraduate degree Ms. Hartz hopes to get her Masters degree in Guidance and Counseling so she can become a high school guidance counselor and academic advisor. Ms. Hartz chose this career path because she understands what a large role adolescence plays in individual’s futures and she wants to help those around her make the wisest most informed choices in their futures.
Wishing to surround herself with likeminded individuals, who also wanted to invest in student’s futures, Ms. Hartz started working at the Offices of Strengths and Vocation at PLNU. There she assists career coaches in scheduling appointments, greeting students and helping with Network 9 events.
Ms. Hartz finds joy in being a leader and mentor in the Jr. high youth group at her church. She also loves reading classic novels, watching movies from Hollywood’s golden age and listening to vocal jazz, swing, and show tunes.
Emma Gocal is a first year student at Point Loma Nazarene University. She is seeking her bachelor's degree in societal communications with a minor in public relations. With a passion for impacting lives and gaining a global perspective, Emma plans to one day work as a PR representative for an internationally recognized humanitarian organization. Emma currently works at the Offices of Strengths and Vocations on campus as a desk assistant, managing office tasks and student appointments.