Pat Findle '79 informs students how his geology and business majors prepared him for a career in the gas industry
New members inducted into Chi Eta Sigma and others awarded!
Professor Miller announced the 2012-13 Business Plan Winners!
John Thigpen '86 encoured students to develop transitional skills
BHS students enjoyed a Korean-themed dinner with John Logan '69
Four generations of Thiel College business knowledge
Rich Simpkins '68 enlightened many students about resumes
Professor Warren Keck receives commendation
Chris Wright '99 explains his path to CFO to Thiel's BHS
Jackie Belsito '11 visits BHS class to discuss her career in accounting
Thrivent representatives inspire Thiel students
C William King discusses networking with students
Richard and Sandra Parker '82, '81, opened the 2013 Business Honors Seminar Speaker Series
Ivan and Jocelyn Cilik '01, '00 celebrate Chi Eta Sigma induction
with BHS class
Ivan and Jocelyn Cilik shared their career paths and the effect that Thiel College had on their successful path toward owning their own business.
Chi Eta Sigma inducted new members and departmental awards were distributed.
Allison Wynn '09 talks about auditing for the D.O.D.
"I felt Allison's age allowed her to make a direct connection with us and I found it very assuring to see the amount of success a recent Thiel graduate has had in a tough job market."
~ Jeff Marianetti
Schreiber Brothers, Allen and David, team up at BHS
"We made history tonight as this was the first time in this class in which we had a so called 'Double Header.' We were truly blessed in the fact that we were all enlightened by two brothers that are very successful and close to each other as brothers are supposed to be."
~ Matt Lowry
C. William King brings Guerilla Marketing to career seekers
Thiel's Board of Alumni and the Department of Business Administration and Accounting welcomed C. William King to discuss "True Tales of a (Former) Fellow Job Seeker."
Mike Zawoysky '79 took his passion to work
"Similar to me, Michael was a Thiel College athlete and found great success in a field similar to his strengths."
~ Jeff Marianetti
MikeLanciotti '78 turned Renegade around
"I asked Mike what advantages Thiel gave him throughout his career. His response was the relationships and the overall Thiel experience. We often hear how the people at Thiel and the overall experience impacts everyone's lives in such dramatic ways."
~ Kraig SmithRead More
Dr. Shawn Brooks '82 encourages students at BHS
"Shawn made it a point to let us know to never miss a Professor Miller class."
~ David MossaRead More
Robert Martin '71 shares business leadership experience
"I attended dinner and the food was excellent. The dinner conversation was very professional and Robert answered many questions on the structure of Allstate. Furthermore, Robert talked to each of us personally about our plans for the future."
~ Jeff Marianetti
Damen Taylor '95 engages students at Honors Seminar!
"Mr. Taylor was interactive and very empathetic of where we are in our lives today. His presentation focused more on where we are in life rather than his own life; he went back in time, shared numerous stories, and related to each and every one of us."
~ Ellie Belleau
Thanks Dr. Bacon!
Dr. Michael Bacon has been a terrific asset to Thiel College's entrepreneur students.
2011-12 Business Plan Winners
Jenna Green, David Mossa, and Shea Maier were business plan winners!
Dr. Carl Hoffman '69 Speaks at Business Honors Seminar
"I asked, 'What made you want to get started in healthcare for prisoners when you and your family practice would have done just fine on its own?'
John Rogers '87 Speaks at Business Honors Seminar
"From the moment John Rogers introduced himself and said, '...but don't call me Mr. Rogers, that gets old,' I knew that I was going to like him. John has an awesome personality and was quite humorous in telling his life story. I felt like I related to him in many ways."
- Kraig Smith
Rich Parker '82 Speaks at Business Honors Seminar
"Mr. Parker's presentation was very enjoyable. He seemed extremely relaxed and like he was happy to be speaking to us. Not only did I learn about his business experience and tips to succeed throughout my career, but I also learned tips on how to give an effective presentation." -Mariah Poage
Thiel College Awards 2011 Haller Entrepreneurial Honor to Joy Cone Co. President Joseph A. George
In 1918, Albert George founded the George & Thomas Cone Company with second-hand cone-baking machines. Today, that company, now known as the Joy Cone Company, is run by Joseph A. George, who has transitioned the more than 90-year-old company successfully into a modern, profitable, employee-owned company.
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