By Sara Ashley O'Brien and Aimee Rawlins @CNNMoney December 7, 2015: 11:51 AM ET
What a difference a year makes: In February 2014, Liz Wessel, 25, and JJ Fliegelman, 26, were on separate continents, pursuing their respective careers.
Fliegelman was a business analyst at McKinsey. Wessel was a product marketing manager at Google(GOOG) in India.
The two were friendsfrom the University of Pennsylvania, where they launched a website called CampusRep.
But last February, Fliegelman told Wessel he wanted to pursue a startup full-time, and he wanted her in on it.
In September 2014, they reimagined CampusRep and launched a robust job marketplace for college students called Campus Job. Since then, Campus Job went through Y Combinator and closed $9.1 million in funding. (In August, Campus Job rebranded itself as Way Up.)
Over 150,000 studentsat 2,400 colleges are registered users. Zenefits, Starbucks(SBUX) and Dropbox are just a few of over 3,000 employers that use the startup to post internships, part-time gigs, and full-time jobs for college seniors.
But for every milestone Campus Job has hit, Wessel said she's forming new ones.
"Every time I get to a goal I set in the past, I just feel as though I hadn't set my expectations highly enough to begin with." -- S.O.