Meet Our Enrolled Graduates

Matthew

Matthew

Matt is a recent graduate seeking employment at an engineering firm. Company culture is important to Matt. He is looking for a growth-oriented organization that values quality, integrity and customer satisfaction. In this perfect role, he is looking to be consistently challenged and have opportunities for collaboration and mentorship as he contributes to the goal of maximizing the firm’s potential.


Rebecca

Rebecca

Rebecca is a graduate from State University of New York at Oswego with a degree in human resources management and a minor in psychology. With experience as a human resources intern, Rebecca hopes to secure an entry-level role as a human resources assistant.


Alex

Alex

Alex is a young, creative professional seeking to use his bachelor’s degree in applied science in communications from the University at Buffalo and his freelance background in graphic design to land a role in social media marketing. He hopes to secure a position in downstate New York.


Dan

Dan

Dan is a recent graduate from University at Buffalo who majored in mechanical engineering and minored in mathematics. He hopes to use his new degree, internship experience, and impressive project-based portfolio to land an entry-level mechanical engineering position focusing on process and quality. Because he’s a team player with exceptional communication skills, he is seeking a collaborative work environment he can contribute to.


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Antony

Antony is a recent graduate from University at Buffalo with a degree in communications and a focus on marketing and advertising. Antony’s colorful background includes internships in media, public relations, and human resources along with a laundry list of extra-curriculars that contribute to his experience in event coordination.


Jared

Jared

Jared is a recent college graduate looking to start his career in sales/marketing or project management.


Kyle

Kyle

APA Solutions and Career Reform helped me by preparing me for certain types of situations that could arise during an interview. It was nice to talk to someone who could keep you cool and collected when you are going into a very important process. They gave me advice on how to take things that I learned or talked about in initial interviews and reiterate them in thank you notes and follow up interviews. I also learned to focus on the positives and what you have and make that known especially if you may lack in other areas. Keeping up your confidence and enthusiasm is key. I’m very thankful and happy as I got the job!


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