It’s hard to believe the MAcc Program is already coming to an end. These nine months have truly flown by in a flash. It seems as though it was yesterday when I was still adjusting to a virtual graduate school environment. However, this past year has brought many learning skills and advice I want to pass on to incoming students.
In early September, I flew out to Redmond, Washington for a final round interview with Microsoft for a finance position. Even though I am in the Master of Accounting Program, I decided to explore other career paths besides public accounting when deciding where I wanted to apply.
Well, as was promised to us on our first day of pre-term, time flies in the SMF program and I have made it through to the end. Graduation is over, and soon I will be off to Houston to start a new job and a career. It was sad saying goodbye to so many good friends from the program, but it's also inspiring to see
As my MHRM journey comes to a close, I've found myself spending a lot of time in my head reflecting over what the the last two years have meant for me. But because you only ever hear from me, I wanted to give a voice to some of my classmates. Below, graduating MHRM students share some of their fondest memories in the MHRM program.
As our year in the MAcc program comes to a close, I asked a few soon-to-be graduates what participating in this program has meant to them. Although we were only here for a year, we know that we will continue to feel Fisher's influence throughout our lives. Max Smith is grateful for the opportunities he found to give back to our temporary home in Columbus: