May 1, 2020
Fenwick 2017 alumnae the Ritten triplets are eLearning together (but separately) in Oak Park, as they finish their junior years in college. The sisters reflect on the Coronavirus pandemic’s effect on their experiences.
Sisters and '17 Friar classmates Annie (from left), Bridget and Maria Ritten.
"Junior year of college has been a period of growth and maturity for me," writes young alumna Annie Ritten '17, who is double-majoring at Notre Dame. "After spending a semester abroad, being an upperclassmen on campus, and finally turning 21, I have started to feel like an actual adult for the first time. And with being an adult comes the ever-important task of developing a future career.
"Thus, the first half of my spring semester mostly consisted of seeking various internship opportunities that will help kick-start my career path," Annie continues. "After numerous resume drafts, references from professors, and first- to third-round interviews, I accepted a position in March to work as a marketing intern for Under Armour."
Unfortunately, however, that's not happening now ...
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