Gavin Lovvorn gained professional experience with a summer internship and four leadership programs with national accounting firms. Those experiences, paired with Ball State’s project-based learning and faculty interaction, have helped make him real-world ready.
Double majoring in accounting and finance and participating in Excellence in Leadership (EIL), Gavin is working to become a certified public accountant and aspires to go into individual and corporate financial consulting. The industry connections he’s made through the Miller Business Honors Program have let Gavin network with business professionals while meeting and studying with other Ball State students who have similar career goals.
My team trained student leaders at a local high school to put on a leadership and team-building program for eighth-graders. The skills and relationships I made in EIL are very valuable to me, and I will be able to use them when I start my career.
Like Gavin, do you want to attend a university that will give you opportunities and connections that boost your stock in the job market?