Pratt Success began in 2007 as a student run blog dedicated to reporting Pratt student's stories of internship success.  Since then the blog has grown to feature interviews and discussions with Pratt students, Alumni, and faculty, spanning topics from internships and careers, to professional opportunities.  Our main goal at Pratt Success is to provide current students with examples, information, and the resources necessary to becoming a creative professional.  Dedicated solely to the Pratt Community, Pratt Success is run by the Career Ambassadors in the Center for Career and Professional Development.   

About the The Career Ambassadors:
Previously known as The Peer Counselors, in the Peer to Peer Program, the Career Ambassadors
 are available to current students as liaison's to the Center for Career and Professional Development.  They assist with questions regarding the office, offer information about career advisers, and help to locate resources and provide information about upcoming events.  To contact them, send an email to success@pratt.edu or stop by their office in East Hall 001.

About the Center for Career and Professional Development:
The CCPD office provides career and professional development resources for students and alumni.  We start with early decisions such as helping new students select a major and continue to work with alumni through the life of their careers as well as all the steps in between.  In addition we work with employers both locally, nationally and globally to cultivate opportunities--internships, professional employment, and volunteer positions--for the Pratt community to excel in the workforce.

To learn more about the CCPD visit their website.

About Pratt Institute:
The mission of Pratt Institute is to educate artists and creative professionals to be responsible contributors to society.

With a firm grounding in the liberal arts and sciences, a Pratt Education blends theory with creative application in preparing graduates to become leaders in their professions.  Pratt enrolls a diverse group of talented and dedicated students, challenging them to achieve their full potential.  

To learn more about Pratt visit http://www.pratt.edu/.

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