By Bates News. Published on September 22, 2010
Shalini Sharan '11 chosen as Wall Street Journal blogger
Bates’ own Shalini Sharan ’11 has been selected as one of this year’s “Hire Education” bloggers by The Wall Street Journal. The blogs are posted on the WSJ website by nine seniors at different colleges and universities around the United States as they finish their senior year and “look for work in a tough job market.”
Sharan, of Jamshedpur, India, majors in economics and has a minor in Russian.
In her first blog entry, on Sept. 22, she mentions that a summer internship in the office of a Bates alum in Washington, D.C., took place in “a unique corporate setting that steered my career goals in a new direction.”
Categories: Bates People in the News, Class of 2011, Economics, Off-campus study, Russian, Social media.
Tags: Shalini Sharan, Wall Street Journal.
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