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Vasil Todorov

Major: Computer Information Systems and Business Administration

Hometown: Plovdiv, Bulgaria

What makes Caldwell University unique or special?

Caldwell University is unique because it allows students to get involved in a variety of activities that contribute to their well-rounded development as people and young professionals in their fields of interest.

What lessons have you learned at Caldwell University?

As I went through academic life, internships, campus employment and extracurricular activities, I learned that is important to develop myself in various directions such as communication skills, subject knowledge, leadership skills and logical thinking.

What are your career goals and how has Caldwell University prepared you for them?

I am planning to pursue a career in the information technology field. When I came to Caldwell University, I knew that I was interested in the technology and business fields. As I gained knowledge from my major classes and practical experience from interning at one of the biggest firms in professional services, I learned that I would like to specialize in a field where technology improves business activities and ultimately helps society.

What was your biggest achievement at Caldwell University?

My biggest achievement was to be able to complete two majors, gain technical knowledge and be helpful to the campus community by working in the information technology department, help students as a resident assistant and gain a year of practical experience as an intern in the time frame of four years. Working on these tasks helped me gain knowledge and experience that are marketable in today’s world, leading to a career opportunity that I have dreamed of.

What activities were you involved in at Caldwell University?

I wanted to make the most of my stay at Caldwell University, so I started working as a technology support specialist in the information technology department during freshman year, became a resident assistant in my junior year and participated in student organizations such as the International Students Organization and Residence Life Newsletter.