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Meet Mason Harp

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Originally from Fayetteville, WV, Mason Harp admits he chose marketing because he wanted to promote certain brands and businesses. Lucky for him, he got a small taste of that promoting both new and well-known products as the University’s Coca-Cola Ambassador

During his time as a business student, he has also been involved in Delta Sigma Pi, Niedermeyer Scholars, Career Readiness Program, and Public Relations Student Society of America.

Harp says that he will miss all of the support from the Chambers College and his co-workers in the AeSC.

When it comes to advice for future business students, he says it’s the people you meet throughout your college career that will help you in more ways than one.

“Meet all of the people you can meet. Introduce yourself to your professors, people living on the same floor as you in the dorm, and the people sitting next to you in class. You never know when a connection can lead to a job or a lifelong friendship,” he says.

After graduation, Harp has chosen to stay at WVU to pursue his master’s in Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC). He will continue being the University’s Coca-Cola Ambassador and he has also secured a graduate assistantship (GA) position with WVU Extension.

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