Volume 8, Issue 4
Jewell Business Today Staff
Lisa Erhart, Managing Editor
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Category Archives: Internships
By Carson Hobby – Senior Carson Trent has a busy schedule starting in spring 2019. The major in business administration and accounting is going to be interning with KPMG in their audit practice during the spring semester. KPMG is a … Continue reading
Carson Hobby – When it comes to accounting students, the fall semester can be busy because it is the time when firms are looking to hire. They are looking to hire interns who they believe will become full-time employees once … Continue reading
By Kahluna Bouchard – Business 403 (Self Designed Project) is a business seminar course involving student internships designed to provide hands-on experience in the real world before leaving college. While much of the course is administered online, students meet with … Continue reading
By Lindsey Jordan – Internships are a vital part of a student’s experience and many professionals will even say you need one on your resume to secure a job after graduation. Internships enable the opportunity to gain first-hand experience in … Continue reading
By Chance Nelson – Recent graduates Katherine Watts and Jared Hobby are Jewell’s very first students to be accepted into the Masters in Accounting program at the University of Kansas as part of a new partnership between William Jewell and … Continue reading
By Chance Nelson – Junior and Senior Business Administration students who are currently enrolled in Professor Shelly McVay’s Business 403 – Business as Practice course at William Jewell College are working with a number of non-profit organizations around the Kansas … Continue reading
By Hannah Nicolay – Recently graduated senior Jeff Nickel earned Bachelors of Science degrees in Accounting and Economics and has accepted a position at EY (formerly Ernst & Young) beginning in the fall of 2017. During the first half of … Continue reading