In a competitive job market, new graduates need all the help they can get to translate their solid education and practical experience to that first full-time job. Launched last spring, the RavenReady program is unique to Anderson University and its students, and it’s helping Falls School of Business grads get a step ahead.
The International Business Institute (IBI) is a program that is integrated with the global business major. Anderson University students Liz Cox and Ian Illig were two of 40 students who, through the IBI, had the opportunity to travel this summer to more than 13 countries, while learning about cultures and business.
Tyler Snyder, a senior accounting major at Anderson University, has worked to earn a GPA that reflects the efforts put toward his classes. Snyder not only proves to work hard in the classroom, but also takes advantage of opportunities, such as career fairs advertised by the Career Development Center (CDC).
The Language Training Center (LTC) is a full-service language provider, helping with translations, interpreting, language training, and more. Anderson University alumna Hannah Perkey, who graduated in 2009 with a business management major, is now vice president of this fast-growing company in Indiana.