About Lisa Marcellari

Lisa Marcellari is a junior at Montclair State University pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Relations. Her previous intern experience includes working as the Communications and Social Media Intern for Emerging Learning Design in the Spring 2017 semester. Lisa works at New York Sports Club as a Welcome Team Member and a Child Care member. Lisa has done volunteer work with the American Cancer Society participating in Relay for Life for four years. Her previous education was at Towson University from August 2014 to May 2016. During her time at Towson, Lisa was a member of the Zeta Tau Alpha fraternity and participated in many events for their philanthropy: breast cancer education and awareness. She was also a member of the National Society for Collegiate Scholars. Lisa can’t wait to take the next step as a new intern for Get Smart Mentoring.

How to Pick the Right College Major

Freshman year of college is one of the most exciting times in your life. You are away from your parents, you’re making brand new friends and you’re able to start making decisions for yourself. You’re taking the first step to becoming an adult. One of the hardest decisions in college is picking your major. There [...]

There’s Nothing Wrong With Selfishness

  Selfish (adjective): (of a person, action, or motive) lacking consideration for others; concerned chiefly with one’s own personal profit or pleasure.   Selfishness has always had a negative connotation. When someone is being selfish, they have no concern for anyone but themself. We are always told to think about everyone else’s feelings because we [...]

My FitnessPal can be your BFF

Our generation of millennials is always being criticized for spending too much time on our phones and not enough time on being “productive”. Technology always seems to be an excuse as to why people never go outside anymore; and we tend to always be stuck behind a screen of some sort. Ironically, my smartphone was what [...]

No Shame in Transferring

In August of 2014, I started school as a freshman at Towson University in Maryland. I had the best first year. I had two of my best friends from home with me, amazing friends that were in my dorm hall, and I loved my classes. I was reluctant to leave for summer. I was excited to go [...]

Lessons Learned from My Greek Life Experience

When I was going away to college, I never gave much thought to getting involved on campus. That wasn’t my main concern. When a bunch of girls in my hall decided to rush sororities during the second semester, I thought about it too. I rushed my freshman year and ended up dropping out. The experience [...]

5 Tips on Dressing for Success on Interviews

As a college student, one of the most important parts of your college career is getting an internship. It will prepare you for post-grad life and tell you exactly what you are interested in. They’re a chance for you to try all different fields in relation to what you’re studying. After you apply to the [...]