Urso, '15, and Bogus, '16: Quick Learners at Quicken Loans

Tim Urso, '15 (left), and Brad Bogus, '16
Fresh off the men's lacrosse program's finest season to date, Albion College student-athletes Tim Urso, '15 (far left), and Brad Bogus, '16, are teammates of a sort this summer as interns at Quicken Loans in Detroit. Finance major Urso, who will graduate in December 2015, is learning about mortgage banking, while Bogus, a business and organizations major, is a business analyst intern.

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For Wyman, a Marvel-ous First Year

Jack Wyman, Albion College class of 2018
Jack Wyman (left) is balancing an academic path toward a business major, an athletic path as a notable contributor on the Albion baseball team, and a service path through his commitment to the Reserve Officer Training Program at Western Michigan University, 50 miles away. "Jack has a confidence and an ability to relate with teammates that makes him a leader in his own right," says Briton baseball head coach Scott Carden about the first-year first baseman and pitcher from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. No wonder his teammates are calling him Captain America.

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Vive la France: Another Albion Experience in Paris for Wood, '16

Julie Wood, Albion College Class of 2016
Farmington Hills native Julie Wood, '16, a member of the Carl A. Gerstacker Institute for Business and Management and a women's lacrosse team captain, has become rather familiar with Charles de Gaulle Airport. Her initial visit to Paris, in 2012, was part of a first-year seminar exploring the connection between the city of Albion and its Sister Cities. This fall, she crossed the Atlantic again to begin work on a Gerstacker international entrepreneurship project with students from Ecole Supérieure de Vente (SDV), a French business school.

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Studies, Work, Football: Jakubik, '14, Has It Covered

Chris Jakubik, '14
"I came back for the guys I came in with," says Chris Jakubik, '14. The Gerstacker Institute student and senior all-league cornerback for the Albion College football team slowed his course work last spring to take advantage of a remaining year of athletic eligibility. Along the way, he saw an accounting and finance internship at one of the town's leading manufacturers turn into a full-time position over the summer. For Jakubik this fall, it's a full plate of final courses, work, and football. "It has been a wild ride," he says.

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