Monthly Archives: July 2009

Isaacs ’10 Learning Sales After Ecuador

Evan Isaacs ‘10 – After arriving back from Ecuador on June 6th, I would have given anything to return. What I learned there was invaluable. I was able to immerse myself in a different culture and was forced to adapt, … Continue reading

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Steele ’12 Experiences Crazy Summer of Growth

Reginald Steele ’12 – My experience as an intern in the small town of Crawfordsville has been crazy. Beginning the adventure with my Career Services Internship, I had several tasks to complete with Adam Miller the other intern in our … Continue reading

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Hemmelgarn ’12 Had Two Different Summer Experiences

Kaleb Hemmelgarn ’12 – This summer has been one filled with a lot of fun and a lot of work. After completing the Business Program two weeks ago, I began my internship with the Economics Department here at Wabash College.  … Continue reading

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Life in the Big CITY

Seth Flater ’10 – For a majority of people in Indiana this time of the year is fondly known as County Fair Time.  Since I am a 10 year 4-H member, I usually spend this week watching 4-H livestock shows, … Continue reading

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Wichlinski ’11 Working for Todd Rokita ’92

David Wichlinski ’11 – Upon my arrival at Wabash, I was introduced to the many pillars which support the framework of a Wabash education. I constantly heard rumblings of an extensive and generous network of Wabash alumni who were very … Continue reading

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Musielak ’10 Has Caught on to Sales

Paul Musielak ’10 – I have already had a number of great learning experiences at Signature Graphics, and have even been involved much more in the selling process of fleet graphics than I expected to be. As an intern, I was … Continue reading

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Eichler ’11 Spends Summer Learning Business of Sports

Jason Eichler ’11 – As the 2009 Spring Semester came to a close, I felt that it was time for me to spend my summer preparing myself for the future compared to getting a job landscaping or umpiring little league … Continue reading

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