Angela Hill

Angela Hill Student

Port Huron, Michigan
High School
Port Huron High School
Human Resources Management
College of Business Administration
December 2016
"I love how diverse CMU has become. There are experiences on campus to provide people of all identities the opportunity to step up and make a difference."
"I spent 10 weeks with the Denali National Park as a human resources intern. The position allowed me to develop hiring and staffing plans as their first HR intern."
"I gained a lot of respect from colleagues as the only African-American woman working in a human resources office. It was a great opportunity to work with international students and others different from me."
"It's important to stand up for your beliefs. As a young civil rights activist, I encourage other students to be comfortable sticking up for human rights."
"I am a sponge. I soak up all the information I can and squeeze it out elsewhere so others can benefit from what I have learned at CMU."
"Following graduation, I hope to give back to the company I work for and inspire a growth in the diversity of their employees since the language and image of diversity is quickly changing."
"Do not be afraid to explore everything on campus and beyond. Leave your comfort boundaries and impact others somewhere new."
  • Accounts Payable Office Assistant
  • Career Services mock interviewer
  • CMU NAACP chapter president
  • College of Business Administration Richard E. Veazy scholar
  • Denali National Park human resources intern