Monthly Archives: July 2013

Puckett ’14 Learns About Business, Himself

Austin Puckett ’14 -  As I neared the time of starting my internship back in May I had so many uncertainties. Was I going to be what they wanted? What is it going to be like in the “real” business … Continue reading

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Pusateri ’14: Internship Shaping Career Plans.

Brad Pusateri ’14 – During the weeks leading up to the first day of my internship with Allegient LLC, I spent a large portion of my time wondering what exactly I was going to be doing. Frankly, I imagined a … Continue reading

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Sheridan ’14 Has New Appreciation for Crawfordsville

Jacob Sheridan ’14 – This summer I have had the great opportunity to intern with Wabash Alumnus and Mayor of Crawfordsville Todd Barton. The past six weeks here at the Crawfordsville City Building have been both a learning experience and … Continue reading

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Jones ’15 Experiences Finance, Small Business

Patrick Jones ’15 – This summer I have the great opportunity to work at one of the fastest growing financial firms in the Indianapolis area, Private Capital Management Group, Inc.  I would like to thank the Lilly Endowment and the … Continue reading

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Broecker ’16 Finds Summer Internship Enjoyable

Chris Broecker ‘16 – For some, the thought of a summer internship can seem more like a nightmare.  While everyone else is relaxing at a beach or lake, the idea of sitting in a cramped cubicle, staring at a computer … Continue reading

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Ryle ’15 Learning in Unusual Internship

Luke Ryle ’15 – Life is not accompanied by many absolutes. The circumstances, events, and results of a person’s existence are innumerable. Equally varied but no less complex, is life’s end. Death, however unpredictable, is certain and humanity’s effort to … Continue reading

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Luke ’14 Learning Lessons Working Clinic Startup

Robert Luke ’14 – Six weeks ago, I was getting ready to start my first day as an intern with the Montgomery County Free Clinic.  The clinic, projected to open in August, will serve people earning below 200 percent of … Continue reading

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