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Campus Cuties Special Edition: Childhood Dream Jobs

Chatham students hope to do amazing things in politics, business and academia. But what were their childhood dream jobs? We found out!


Claudia Smith: Dinosaur

Now, the junior wants to work in political advocacy.


Tiara Andress: Restauranteur

“My childhood dream job was to open a restaurant called The Spot,” says Tiara. The Food Studies graduate student would like to work in the beverage industry after graduation.


Marisa Rosner: Counselor

The Psychology major hopes to be a motivational speaker.


Allison Albitz: Performer

As a child, Allison wanted to act, sing and dance. What’s her dream job now? “I would say anything that allows me to write and travel,” she told us. “Writing is my passion, but I also have a huge desire to see the world!”


Rachel Jones: Singer

The sophomore is now planning a career in occupational therapy.


Sujin Kim: Elementary School Teacher

Though Sujin isn’t sure what she wants to do professionally, she’s majoring in Public Administration to pursue her interest in government.


Bethany Bookout: Police Officer

In Bethany’s words, her childhood dream job was “To be a police officer (so that I could eat sprinkled donuts everyday) that drove a Jeep.” Today, the Sustainability major is eager to be a park ranger.


What was your childhood dream job? Tell us in the comments!

  Mara Flanagan is entering her seventh semester as a Chapter Advisor. After founding the Chatham University Her Campus chapter in November 2011, she served as Campus Correspondent until graduation in 2015. Mara works as a freelance social media consultant in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She interned in incident command software publicity at ADASHI Systems, gamification at Evive Station, iQ Kids Radio in WQED’s Education Department, PR at Markowitz Communications, writing at WQED-FM, and marketing and product development at Bossa Nova Robotics. She loves jazz, filmmaking and circus arts.  
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