Barney School of Business Success Stories
Our career ready curriculum ensures that you will be competent, confident, and connected. Don't take our word for it—see for yourself!
What Do You Do When Your Business Idea Catches Fire?
Gleyann Fontanez '18
Fashioning an American Dream
Kim Ewalt '18
Fostering an Environment of Innovation
Melody Do '18
The Right Help at the Right Time Adds Up to a Booming Accounting Business
Jean Herrman '18
You might not realize it, but dental issues are the number one health problem for companion animals like dogs and cats. Almost 70 percent of them experience some form of periodontal disease by the age of three, and that can lead to serious health and pain issues for them the same way that it can for people. That’s the challenge that Dr. Jean Herrman takes on at Companion Animal Dental Services in Bolton.
Emily Barbara ’17
Emily is a Marketing and Economics/Finance major who landed an internship at BWG Strategy for the Summer of 2016.
Josh Young '14
Barney School of Business Student Josh Young Places Second in Travelers Actuarial Contest.
Anna Pan '14
Barney student Anna Pan (Accounting, BSBA'14) started her actuarial career with The Hartford Financial Services Group in the Property & Casualty Student Actuarial Program in the spring of 2015. Below Anna reflects on how she embarked on an actuarial career path at the Barney School of Business.
Benjamin Patterson ’14 MBA ’18
Benjamin Patterson graduated with his undergraduate degree in 2014 with a major in management and a minor in insurance/finance. He is currently enrolled as an MBA student and working for Chubb NA as a Professional Liability Claim Examiner.
Nidhi Sinha '14
Why did you choose the Masters of Science in Accounting & Taxation (MSAT) program at Barney School of Business?
Brenton Adelson '14
Brenton Adelson ‘14 completed 3 internships during his time at the Barney School. During the summer of 2013, he interned at Chase Technology Consultants, a technology staffing company in Boston. Brenton wrote blogs while he was there and in his final blog, he had some general advice for interns and he discussed what he learned while at CTC. It is reprinted below and can be found on the CTC web site here.