The Terry J. Lundgren Center Student Advisory Board promotes our partners' activities-- from Career Fair and information sessions to guest speakers, site tours and other opportunities to learn and network-- to their peers. They act as ambassadors for our partner companies when representatives are on campus. The SAB raises funds for scholarships and represents the TJLC and the RCSC major on campus and in the community. All members are RCSC majors who are selected based on their academic and leadership potential and must maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
When I first came to the UA, I wasn't sure where I fit in until I found the RCSC major and the Terry J. Lundgren Center for Retailing. The other students and the staff here encouraged me to get involved and to stretch beyond my comfort zone. As a result, I had my first internship wtih JCPenney as a sophomore and a second one at Macy's in NYC as a junior. I've earned over $10,000 in scholarships just by applying at every opportunity, and I know you can achieve great things too.
I am extremely honored and excited to begin my second semester serving as a Vice Chair of the Terry J. Lundgren Center (TJLC) for Retailing Student Advisory Board. As a senior, I am almost finished with my Bachelor’s degree in Retailing and Consumer Sciences (RCSC). I feel very lucky to be a part of such a phenomenal retailing program that provides the tools to successfully develop students into innovative and well-rounded professionals in the retail industry.
I am honored and extremely excited to continue into my third semester as a Student Advisory Ambassador for the Terry J. Lundgren Center for Retailing. I am a junior pursuing a Bachelors of Science in Retailing and Consumer Sciences with a minor in Business Administration and eSociety. I originally chose to attend the University of Arizona because of its renowned nursing program, but prior to beginning my first semester I had a change of heart and fell in love with the Lundgren Center.
I am truly honored and extremely excited to be a member of the Terry J. Lundgren Center for Retailing Student Advisory Board. Currently as a junior, I am working towards a Bachelor of Science Degree in Retailing and Consumer Sciences with a minor in Fashion. Being born and raised in Prescott, Arizona, I have small town roots and a love of the outdoors. My hobbies include everything involving outdoor activities, such as backpacking, rock climbing, and sea kayaking. Also, I’ve always been interested in the business side of the fashion world
My name is Kelly Taylor Carton and I am a Senior in my fourth semester as a Student Advisory Board Ambassador. In May 2015, I will graduate with a Bachelors of Science degree in Retailing and Consumer Sciences and a minor in Communication.
My name is Grace DeMers and I am honored to serve my second semester on the Student Advisory Board. The Terry J. Lundgren Center for Retailing has given me one of the most valuable gifts that I have ever received in my life: love for retailing academia and the budding developments of an invigorating career in such a dynamic industry. I cannot stress enough as to the incredible energy of passion and excitement for the field that radiate through the walls of this school on a daily basis. It is quite inspiring!
As a junior majoring in Retailing and Consumer Sciences, I am so honored and very excited to begin my third semester as a Student Advisory Board Ambassador for the Terry J. Lundgren Center for Retailing. Originally from Phoenix, moving to Tucson was such an exciting opportunity for me especially when I discovered the Retailing and Consumer Sciences major. I have grown up enthralled with the fashion world.
I am thrilled to be serving my second semester as a student ambassador on the Terry J. Lundgren Center for Retailing Student Advisory Board. As a junior, I am working towards a Bachelor’s degree in Retailing and Consumer Sciences with minors in Theatre and Fashion. Originally from Las Vegas, Nevada, I am passionate about unique consumer experiences and motivated by energetic environments. I feel grateful to be involved in a distinct retailing program that provides endless opportunities and exposure to an incredibly dynamic industry.
I am so honored and privileged as a sophomore to be a member of the Terry J. Lundgren(TJL) Center for Retailing Student Advisory Board. This is my first semester on the board and my passion for retail as well as my motivation and creativity drives me to always do my best in my Retailing and Consumer Sciences classes and to be involved on campus. I am so excited to be a member of the Student Advisory Board, to learn all about the opportunities the Terry J. Lundgren Center has to offer, and help students within the RCSC major reach their goals within this industry.
My name is Natalie Schwartz and I am very excited for my first semester as a student ambassador for the Terry J. Lundgren Center for Retailing. I am a junior majoring in Retailing and Consumer Sciences. In addition, I am pursuing a minor in Business Administration. I am looking forward
Why is a career retail right for you?
There is a lot more to retailing than meets the eye, and I am excited to be at the forefront of innovation in providing a user experience which will meet the needs of 21st century consumers.
In one sentence: What's your vision for the future of retail?
The future of retail lies in its ability to assist consumers in navigating through this increasingly complex world where technology, when properly applied, plays a pivotal role both in supporting decisionmaking and in optimizing execution.
Why is a career retail right for you?
A career in retailing is the right fit for me because I am interested in the limitless opportunities in customer service, sales, online and in-person retailers, product development, and most importantly, the combination of management information systems and problem solving skills in a consumer/retail setting.
I am very grateful for the opportunity to serve as a student ambassador on the Terry J. Lundgren Center for Retailing Student Advisory Board. I am a junior in the Retailing and Consumer Sciences (RCSC) major and I am thrilled to continue developing my education in this field. I also have a minor in Theater Arts emphasized in costume construction. I love that I can blend my interests in retail, business, and creativity within my education.