Monthly Archives: October 2009

Post-Wabash Life in “The Ville”

Every May, we ask a handful of soon-to-be graduates to blog for us during their first year out.  Last week, we received this insight from Travis Janeway ’09 who had spent a considerable amount of time in our office trying … Continue reading

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Last Day in NYC

Kaleb Hemmelgarn ’12 – During my Fall Break, I had the opportunity of a lifetime. Thanks to the generous gifts of Wabash alums, I spent three incredible days in New York City. For a kid who originally grew up in a town … Continue reading

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New York Visit – Day 3

Click here for pictures from the trip. Joe Johnson ’11 – Personally for me, Friday morning started off much better than our rain dampened Thursday.  Although the temperature was still in upper 40’s it still beats having to walk around New York … Continue reading

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New York Visit – Day 2

Click here and here for pictures from the trip. Fabricio Monroy ’10 - The trip to New York City was a unique and enhancing experience for my professional development. It all started Thursday morning, visiting some alumni places of work. First, we went to Betsey Johnson, … Continue reading

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New York Visit – Day 1

Saidel Mayar ’10 – Written from Long Island City, NY. I am one of twelve Wabash students who was selected to travel to New York sponsored by the Wabash’s Career Services. The main purpose of this trip is to visit … Continue reading

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Recap of New York City Corporate Site Visit 09

Betsy Knott – During Fall Break every year, the Career Services office supervises a 3-day trip to New York City to enlighten our students about big business in the big city.  This year, 12 students were selected to make the … Continue reading

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Chicago Networking Event 2009

Brady Young ’12 – About five vans full of Wabash men and myself headed to Chicago Sunday for networking meeting with about twenty different alums from the Chicago area.  It was a great experience and I encourage any Wabash student to get involved … Continue reading

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