Switched My Major A lot of Times: Landed a Career with Disney

College is about figuring out what your strengths and weaknesses are. I remember when I was in high school, I was set on becoming a veterinarian- I took all the science, math and even interned at an animal hospital to get my head start. 17 year old Aidan thought for sure, becoming Aidan Reilly DVM, was in the sights. Major number 1: Liberal Arts with a focus on biomedical sciences. Little did he know, entering his first college level anatomy and physiology class for humans, that would come...
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Moving from the 516 to the 407: Disney College Program; Spring/Summer 2017

Ever-since I was ten years old, I've made it a goal to work for the most magical place on Earth: Walt Disney World! As an avid visitor to the property- working there has always been a dream. Last year during Spring break, I went to California for a week to visit Disneyland and San Diego to look at potential graduate schools. When visiting Disneyland, I've become so much more interested in the company- seeing where the original magic was made, and to walk where Walt did was an amazing feeling ...
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What the Rambassador Program Has Done for Me

When I became a student at Farmingdale in the Fall of 2014, I was excited to start a new journey in my educational life. For my first semesters on campus, I still felt something was missing; I only came to campus for class and went straight home. I wanted to get involved on campus, make new friends and leave some sort of legacy when graduating. I am now a junior at Farmingdale and am proud to say I've been in the Rambassador Leadership Program for about a year now and it has opened so many door...
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Starting a Club

In June of 2013, I graduated high school- so eager to start college and dive into the field of veterinary science. I started my college journey at Suffolk Community College in Brentwood for a year to save money and raise my GPA up in order to transfer to a four year institution. Suffolk definitely prepared me for the college world thanks to their renowned liberal arts program. When I started at Suffolk, I was expecting to graduate from their veterinary technology program as a technician. That...
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