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Jasmin's Emmanuel journey epitomizes her commitment to lifelong learning. From the moment she set foot on campus, she sought an environment that would foster her intellectual growth and personal connections.

"I knew I wanted smaller class sizes to allow me to form strong connections with my professors and peers," she said, reflecting on her decision to choose Emmanuel. "It just felt right."

Her passion for accounting ignited during her sophomore year when she enrolled in her first accounting class. "It clicked in my brain," she said. " I loved the class and its content, and I enjoyed the intellectual challenge."

Engaging with accounting professors Aimee Bonneau and Donna Marchand further fueled Jasmin's enthusiasm. "Their passion, knowledge, and constant advocacy for their students got me to where I am today," she said.

Following her May 2024 graduation, Jasmin accepted a full-time offer as an Audit Associate in PwC’s Asset and Wealth Management group.

Jasmin's aspirations and experience as an audit intern at BerryDunn led her to explore opportunities with the Big 4 accounting firms. She landed an internship at PwC, where she found a dynamic environment that nurtured personal growth. "They care about their employees' passions and interests and incorporate that into the work," she said. Jasmin was also impressed by the firm's commitment to both community and global impact.

At PwC, Jasmin thrived in a collaborative setting, surrounded by colleagues who fostered a culture of teamwork and support. Encouraged by the firm's inclusive atmosphere and focus on professional development for employees at all stages of their career, Jasmin accepted an offer for full-time employment, confident that this was an organization where she could make a difference.

Jasmin's co-curricular activities, such as peer tutoring and serving as a career peer in the Career Center, greatly complemented her academic and professional journey. "Working as a career peer has been an incredible experience that gave me many professional skills that will follow me after graduation,” she said. “I would recommend all students take full advantage of the Career Center, as they have helped me so much along my journey." Additionally, her involvement in the EC Accounting Club, where she served as both secretary and president, provided valuable opportunities for students to learn about accounting and connect with industry professionals.

She was also selected as one of six MassCPAs student ambassadors for the 2023-2024 school year, through which she serves as a bridge between MassCPAs, accounting students and professional development contacts and resources at Emmanuel.

Even in a career in which “closing the books" signifies a successful completion, Jasmin will aim to always keep her mind open. Fueled by curiosity and guided by dedicated mentors, she is embarking on a career driven by a commitment to excellence, embracing every opportunity for growth, lifelong learning and personal fulfillment.