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Syndhia Javier

Syndhia Javier

Associate Director

Columbia University





New York University

Recruitment Coordinator Assistant

• Lead coordinator for all engineering and technology based employer events, which include: employer presentations, recruiters in residence, site visits, on-campus interviews
• Conduct weekly professional development workshops designed to help students with their job search and networking skills.
• Provide customized career workshops, and hold regular advising meetings for over 20 engineering underrepresented student participants in the Diversity Internship and Career Preparation
• Support Associate Director of Employer Relations and office administrative needs

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Goldman Sachs

Human Resources Project Coordinator

Center for Companies that Care

Program Associate - AIM High

• Managed college completion program for 150+ inner city high school students and over 250 corporate mentors from companies such as Towers Watson, Merrill Lynch, TTX, and Enterprise
• Coordinated and led monthly exposure events for participants, managing programming, logistics, and operations
• Developed and implemented mentor, student and parent training webinars
• Maintained data for program metrics,and created customized action plans for each student based on academic and social challenges

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Actively engage the community and educate its members by creating dynamic programming for school, and presentations explaining the goal of the organization.
Compile and digitize archives and historical images to make available for the public usage.
Built databases as an organizational tool for new files.
Become the resident expert of the Black History of Lake Forest culminating in an article for the Shorefront magazine, and a presentation at Student Symposium.


Lake Forest College

Bachelor of Arts, Sociology and Anthropology