Molly Pulsfort, Northern Kentucky University
Molly joined Education at Work in July of 2015. She is a sophomore at Northern Kentucky University (NKU) majoring in computer information technology with a minor in computer forensics. Molly has already acquired an immense amount of knowledge and skill in her position as a configuration specialist for one of EAW’s clients. These skills include: communication, professionalism, networking, team collaboration, problem solving, critical thinking, data analysis, and software maintenance. We know these skills will set her apart from her competition during her post-graduation job search.
Molly expects to graduate from NKU in May of 2019. She will be seeking work as a website coder or designer. In addition to building her skills at EAW, Molly has been succeeding academically as well. Her high GPA has earned her $9,000 in tuition support so far. Molly says she is approaching her school and work life with joy because she is benefitting from tuition support and learning job skills. She has been on the Dean’s list every semester since starting at EAW.
In addition to her successes in the classroom, Molly says her job on campus has led to more campus involvement. Working on campus means Molly is hanging out more frequently in the Student Union engaging with her peers, instead of heading home directly after class. She has even joined a few on-campus groups such as Women in Informatics, immersing herself further in campus culture. Post-graduation, Molly plans to find a local web development job and help create the first fully functional 3D website. We are proud of Molly for all of her accomplishments and are pleased to have students like her on our team! Thanks for living out our mission, Molly!
Published May 19, 2017