“The future starts today, not tomorrow.”

Pope Saint John Paul II




Matt Fraley is a graduate of Saint Francis University Class of 2018. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Marketing, with minors in Communications, Philosophy, and Ethics. He is currently in the market for a full-time entry level or internship position. Always open to new learning opportunities, Matt hopes to one day attend graduate school in order to gain a Master’s degree in Business Administration, Project Management, or Emerging Media fields.

He aspires to work in Digital Marketing and Social Media Marketing, with dreams of being an entrepreneur one day.

You can find his resume here and his LinkedIn here!

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During his undergraduate studies, Matt participated in writing for the university newspaper, the Troubadour, as well as working under Campus Ministry as a Peer Minister. As a contributing writer for the Troubadour, he wrote many different articles on a wide range of topics, from the renovations of Schwab Hall to the sexual abuse scandal in the local Roman Catholic diocese. He even wrote opinion articles to address issues going on in politics and religion. As a Peer Minister for Campus Ministry, he was able to hone his leadership skills by leading programs for students and promoting those programs by applying various traditional and social media marketing strategies. He helped manage the Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts for the Knights of Columbus at SFU and Campus Ministry. He helped start both a YouTube and Periscope accounts for the Knights of Columbus at SFU. He was hired as the Public Relations Manager for the Student Government Association at Saint Francis University. When hired, he started a new social media campaign, “#SGAInspires,” assisted with the creation of an SGA website through OrgSync, and created other promotional materials for SGA events. He then began a Marketing Internship with the Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown. During his senior year, he assisted a local restaurant, Pour on Center, with Marketing Research, Strategy, and Management.