My name is Emilie Nicolet and I am very excited to integrate the Scope community as the new career activities commissioner.
I am 22 years old and I am from Liège, in Belgium. I am currently at the end of my 3rd year of bachelor’s degree where I was able to specialize in Supply Chain Management. It is with great enthusiasm that I will devote my time the next academic year to the success story of Scope’s career events.
As my bachelor came to an end, I had the feeling that my time in Maastricht has passed terribly fast. When looking back on my experience at the SBE, I realized I put my efforts into succeeding my courses, and I have enjoyed life with my friends. However, I don’t want to leave Maastricht with this lack of a sense of contribution and dedication to student life, be it social, academic or career-focused. Additionally, considering the uncertainties caused by the covid19, which everyone is facing at their own level, I believe that becoming a full-time board member presented the ideal opportunity from a personal and professional perspective.
Even though I have not been an active member in the past, I do have some experience with social association. I am accustomed to working in groups, and I do believe that my international mindset, sociability and eagerness to take on new challenges are some key attributes to a well-functioning teamwork and spirit.
I see my goal as to help students finding their ways and explore career opportunities that meet, and hopefully exceed their expectations. I also intend to build on Scope’ strength to deliver high quality events and trips alike, by also bringing my personal touch. Not to mention that I will make everything possible to offer our affiliated firms the recognition of an even stronger enriching collaboration.
Moreover, I am really looking forward to work alongside the Proposed Board and Pillars Coordinators, as well as delivering the most memorable experience to all active and non-active members. I have no doubt that together, we will achieve an outstanding performance and influence positively the image and role that Scope has on the population at Maastricht University School of Business and Economics.
I am grateful to Jonathan Rusch, my predecessor Nora Dorsman and their associates for trusting me with this career activities commissioner role.
I can't wait to embark on this adventure,
Myrthe den Braber
Internal Activities Commissioner, Secretary & IT Manager
Career Activities Commissioner
Academic Activities Commissioner
External Relations Commissioner International
Vice-President & External Relations Commissioner Netherlands
Henri Karaski, Nils Hoppe, Perrine Fitoussi
Career Pillar Coordinators
Zoé Carpentier, Daria Richter
Academic Pillar Coordinators
Ege Liman, Julien Gabriel
Social Pillar Coordinators