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Amy Green poses in front of the Grand Canyon

Beaver alumna's career is a 'grand' adventure

Beaver grad Amy Green just landed a dream job with Xanterra Travel Collection. Her office is just a two-minute walk from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon.
Amy Green poses in front of the Grand Canyon

Amy Green at Grand Canyon

Penn State Beaver alumna Amy Green just landed a human resources job with Xanterra Travel Collection. Her office is a two-minute walk from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon.

Taylor Myers watches baseball game from field level.

Taylor Myers Pirate game

One of the four internships Beaver business major Taylor Myers has completed in the past three years was with the Pittsburgh Pirates guest relations team. She attended every home game to troubleshoot guest complaints and monitor social media accounts.

Taylor Myers watches baseball game from field level.

Beaver business major hopes four internships will launch corporate career

Penn State Beaver business major Taylor Myers has completed four internships in three years with the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Walt Disney World, Pittsburgh Pirates, and Eat'n Park Hospitality Group. She's hoping they'll launch her into a career in corporate event planning.
Taylor Myers watches baseball game from field level.

Taylor Myers Pirate game

One of the four internships Beaver business major Taylor Myers scored in the past three years was with the Pittsburgh Pirates' guest relations team. She attended every home game to troubleshoot guest complaints and monitor social media accounts.

Taylor Myers watches baseball game from field level.

Student Spotlight: Taylor Myers

Beaver business major Taylor Myers has bagged four business internships over the past three years with the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Disney World, the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Eat'n Park Hospitality Group.
Green plants, including fernleaf bleeding heart, grow amongst trees.

Beaver biology professor to study local plant with funding from Duquesne Light

Beaver Assistant Professor of Biology Sarah Nilson has received more than $15,000 from Duquesne Light to conduct a genetic study of Dicentra eximia, or fernleaf bleeding heart, a plant that's considered endangered in some parts of Pennsylvania.

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