Alum Spotlight

After graduating from Weber, Noah Jones (Class of 2016) studied advertising at Indiana University. He entered the job market in the spring of 2020 just as Covid took hold of, well, basically everything! Noah was far along in various job interview processes when everything came to a grinding halt. “I graduated from college into a mess,” Noah shared. He was fortunate enough to land an internship until he could find a job in his preferred field of Digital Marketing.
Noah soon found work at Trader Interactive, a business-to-business digital marketing firm, as a Search Services Specialist, where he manages digital marketing for up to 60 accounts. His work aims to help clients grow their businesses by getting their brand and marketing messages in front of the right audiences online. 
Noah credits his time at Weber for becoming a responsible, accountable, and conscientious professional who is willing to learn and takes pride in his work. He fondly remembers his four years at Weber and shared how grateful he is to have benefited from such a wonderful and strong community. “I got lucky and met a great group of guys at Weber. We’re all still really close and stay connected,” Noah shared. “I ran into Rabbi Harwitz over the summer, and we had a great conversation. It was so nice to catch up with him, and it meant a lot to me that he remembered me even though I’ve been gone for so long.”
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