The Stillman School of Business held its Beta Gamma Sigma Induction and Awards Ceremony on April 28. During the ceremony, 11 graduate students and 16 juniors were inducted into the international honor society for business programs. Seven students received the Sophomore Academic Achievement Award.
In addition, Jackie Chaffin, director of the Seton Hall Career Center, received the Beta Gamma Sigma Chapter Honoree Award.
Jackie Chaffin - Living Her Vocation and Calling:
Chaffin has been the director of Seton Hall University's Career Center since 1998. During her leadership, she has advanced a university-wide experiential education agenda and grown the University's internship program by 150 percent.
Chaffin's areas of expertise include internship program development and consultation, career counseling, coaching and assessment, training, and corporate recruiting. She has taught graduate courses on Career Development Theory and Career Assessment at Seton Hall, has served on the boards of state, regional and national professional organizations and presented more than 100 workshops nation-wide.
Chaffin believes that she is living her vocation and calling as a supervisor, leader and career educator.
“At the end of every day, I feel that our work makes a difference in the lives of our students. We get to help students understand who they are…who they want to be and guide them on the journey. It's truly a gift to have the opportunity to make a difference on a daily basis.”
Beta Gamma Sigma Inductees:
Dennis De Almeida
Sophomore Academic Achievement AwardeesAndrew
Brian J. Hughes
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