Matthew McIntyre ’12, is a demand planner at Case IH in Milwaukee after completing an internship
“The Augustana Business Department taught me a lot for life after college. I feel well prepared in any situation and with any task that is thrown my direction because I feel I received such a broad education from our professors."
Paul Kleinhans-Schulz '14, interned at the Cedar Rapids Kernels minor league baseball franchise in Cedar Rapids, Iowa; assistant general manager of operations with the Quad Cities River Bandits in Davenport
"The Business Administration department does everything possible to help students succeed in the real world after college. They offer great student organizations that help students learn about what professionals do in their line of work and how students need to prepare to enter the job market after college."
Janelle VanWatermeulen '11, business administration-marketing and management; Employed full-time at John Deere Dubuque Works in Dubuque, Iowa, and attending graduate school part-time to earn the MBA
"I graduated from Augustana in only three years. My peak experience was working part-time at John Deere Seeding Group in Moline, Illinois. I worked at John Deere for three years while at Augustana, and my last summer I was able to travel to China for work! It was an amazing experience, and one I will remember forever."
April Runde '13, international business and Spanish; Pursuing a career as an entrepreneur and successor of her family's startup business, Nack Enterprises, which is involved in the recycling industry
"I am in a better place than where I thought I would be four years ago. I came to college to improve upon my academics, but it is obvious that I have also bettered myself as a person. Today, I have a clearer view of where I stand morally, politically and socially. Augustana has provided me with the opportunities to study abroad in Spain, France, Vietnam and Hong Kong. Each experience was fantastic in its own right, but I feel especially moved by my time in Vietnam. I am forever a different, finer person because of it."
Danilo Panici '15, business administration-finance, accounting; Completed internships with Lincoln Way Community Bank as a commercial lending intern and Griffith Laboratories in the corporate finance/accounting department; currently a fixed asset lead with Mars, Chicago
"The business administration department really goes out of their way to help students succeed in the classroom and out in the real world. The variety of classes I took helped me succeed in the two internships I have completed so far. I know that once I graduate, I will be prepared for any job that is
thrown at me-thanks to my advisor and the faculty in the department."