your major? What is your job now?
a finance major with a minor in math. I am working at Liberty Mutual
in an IT Finance group that oversees the entire IT budget of the company. The
job involves budgeting, forecasting, and reporting/tracking.
most helpful at Saint Joseph’s in terms of establishing a career path/finding a job?
The business professors are all successful business
people who have had the first-hand experience to really know what they're
talking about. They hold classes like one would a business meeting, which
helped me get adjusted when I entered the real world.
about your internship and how that related to ultimately being able to get a
The internship was similar to what I am
doing now: a lot of budgeting, month-end reviews (I presented a couple to
upper-level management at the end of my internship), and a couple projects that
took most of the summer to complete. My manager at the time wrote me a good
review and HR offered me a position a couple weeks after I had finished.
about your favorite in-classroom moments.
classes. He's brutally honest and holds nothing back, which really is like how
the real world is. I can't go without mentioning Bond's classes though. I absolutely
hated his class, but loved it at the same time ... But I loved Bond for his
honesty and he might be one of the most secretly funny people I've ever met.
Great guy and great times with the people in those classes.
the favorite out-of-classroom moments?
the GNAC championship in basketball
my freshman year. One of the best feelings
was knowing that all the hard work had paid off. Other than sports, there were
just too many crazy memories with my teammates and friends. Living with my
suitemates and chilling was way too much fun. I miss those days more than
anything and loved every minute of it.