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NoravonneName: Noravonne Johnson
Major: Business Education major, concentration in Management

Noravonne Johnson knew exactly what she was looking for when she was considering where to go to college. "Coming from a small high school, as well as town, I wanted to attend a university in which I would be known by name and get the education that I really need. Having the opportunity to have a one-on-one relationship with professors is a plus. Without direct communication, it's impossible to accomplish something to the best of your ability." At FSU, Noravonne has accomplished a lot.

"FSU helped prepare me for the future because of discussions I've had with so many faculty and staff, the community service I've performed, and the opportunity the university gave me to work with the government." Noravonne has been a Bronco Ambassador, volunteered with Admissions, the Business Office, and the Fayetteville Bicycle Man (which donates bikes to needy children), and represented the Honor's Program to the FSU Board of Trustees to help raise university funds. While attending FSU, she was also on a full academic scholarship.

Noravonne interned as a legal administrative support assistant at the United States Army John F. Kenney Special Warfare Center and School in Fort Bragg, NC. Currently, she is pursuing a Masters of Business Administration and continues her internship with the federal government.

Noravonne networked a lot while she was at FSU. She believes that shaped her into a more involved individual. Future, she states that "I see myself working as a permanent government employee. I'm very interested in becoming a management analyst, analyzing and proposing ways to improve an organization's structure, efficiency, or profits. It's a major challenge, but I'm up for it."

Interned at The United States Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School
Future: Management Analyst for the federal government

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