University of Vermont

School of Business Administration

Students on the Move

Ben Vaughan Ben Vaughan , '15

Through the core classes taught in the business program, Ben found his passion in accounting. He currently I working as the Treasurer of the Men's Rugby team, as well as a member of the Accounting Club. He has also been involved in UVM Enactus, an Entrepreneurial Club, and various case competitions, including the Royal Roads Undergraduate International Case Competition.

Henry Skinkula Henry Sinkula, '15

"As a junior studying finance in the School of Business I've had numerous learning opportunities on and off campus. Along with fellow students, I competed at the John Molson Undergraduate Case Competition (JMUCC) and the Eller Collegiate Ethics Case Competition (Montreal, QC and Tucson, AZ) where we worked under time constraints to provide recommendations to executive judging panels. At UVM's 1st and 2nd annual Family Enterprise Case Competitions (FECC), I took a much different role working UVM faculty members and students to run ensure that the 4-day event ran smoothly. Aside from various on-campus activities, I spent a summer in New York City working with NASDAQ and have spent the last 6 months (to present) working as a quantitative analyst intern at an asset manager in Burlington."

Arran Joyce Arran Joyce , '15

I am currently a junior concentrating in Finance and Accounting and minoring in Mathematics and Economics. I've found that since attending the UVM School of Business I have done a lot more outside of the classroom than I had initially planned. Currently, I am the Head of Communications for SHORE (Students Helping Others Respect the Environment), an environmental club on campus. I am also a member of the Club Rugby Council and the Head Fundraiser for the club. I just finished participating in the Royal Roads International Undergraduate Case Competition where our UVM team came in fourth place overall, out of 20 schools. We had put in a lot of practice this semester and it was a great feeling making it to the championships. A large factor in me getting invited to compete is the work I did as a member of the Organizing Committee for UVMs Family Enterprise Case Competition. I was in charge of hiring and coordinating the room coordinators and student ambassadors during the competition. In addition I am a member of Beta Gamma Sigma, the business honors society. My final accomplishment is the internship that I have secured in the Financial Management Program with GE's Power and Water office in Schenectady, New York.

Rachel BurtRachel Burt, '14

Rachel Burt worked as a Teaching Assistant in Professor Parke's Careers in Business (BSAD 095) Class. She had a concentration in Marketing and minoring in Applied Design and graduated in May 2014.

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