Monthly Archives: October 2010

Schild Learned How to Think Small in NY

Jake Schild ’13 - When you think of New York you think of multinational corporations and large businesses. However New York has much more out there. While on this trip we, of course, visited the typical sites of Goldman Sachs and … Continue reading

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Cao Benefits from Meeting NYC Alums

Long Cao ’11 - This trip was an amazing experience for me. Within three days, I had opportunities to meet many alums in various industries and explored the hectic pace of city life in New York. We went to headquarters of … Continue reading

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Paltanavicius Enjoys ‘Capital of Everything’

Kristijonas Paltanavicius ‘ 12 -  “The capital of everything” or “the city where the sky is the limit” are probably the most common labels to describe New York City. Thanks to the Career Services’ New York Networking Trip, this Fall … Continue reading

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Learning About Business from Alumni in NYC

Adam Miller ’12 – I’d like to begin this blog by thanking the alumni and Wabash College for providing the opportunity for our group to travel across the country to gain invaluable experience and advice from some of the brightest minds … Continue reading

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A Busy Day of Visits in NYC

Matt Kaczkowski–Every Wabash student is prepared to become a leader and strive in the respective fields. With that said, this New York City Networking Trip has shown a group of students, including myself, a variety of alumni in prominent positions in … Continue reading

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First Day in NYC

Jim Martin & Marc Noll – We began our trip earlier today, 14 of us, (one of us gone for an interview in Milwaukee), sitting in the foyer of Career Services, anxiously awaiting the vans to take us to the … Continue reading

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Career Services NYC Trip Begins with a Bang

Scott Crawford–Today Career Services began our 5th annual New York City Corporate Site Visit trip, with 14 students traveling to NYC to see what it’s like to live and work in the city.  The trip is funded by donations from Wabash alumni and … Continue reading

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