Chloe Cameron, an Austin, Texas native, chose to attend Mizzou to study at the one of the best journalism colleges in the world. While obtaining her journalism degree she had the opportunity to intern with the Student and Auxiliary Services marketing department, which she credits for her strong work ethic, attention to detail and receptivity to constructive criticism—traits that helped her land a job as a recruiter for Google upon graduating.
“At Mizzou, I was encouraged and provided the resources to grow,” Cameron said.
While she loves her job, Cameron finds herself reminiscing about her last few days as a Mizzou student, running through the Columns one last time and indulging in Tiger Stripe ice cream on the Quad with her friends. Luckily being Mizzou Made is for life.
Teaching and Learning
IT program tackles drone technologies
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Choi receives African Leadership Award
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Mizzou Esports builds a virtual community
A new online server provides a “virtual quad” for all Tigers — gamers or not — to connect and engage.
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