Management and Entrepreneurship - Student
A well-traveled student with two study abroad experiences, Brandon Hull has taken advantage of every minute of his time at UTK. Brandon is an exceptional scholar who has carved a niche for himself through his international experiences and his involvement in student organizations. A management major with an international business collateral, Brandon participated in an International Business and Social Enterprise study abroad program in South Africa in May after his junior year followed by a semester-long exchange program in Bordeaux France during his senior year. He also managed to squeeze in two summer internships at IBM, one in Atlanta and one in San Francisco, which led to a full-time job offer upon graduation. Brandon was a student leader as well, serving as a team leader for the Ignite Leadership Summit and venue relations chair for Alpha Kappa Psi business fraternity. When asked what he liked most about being a management major in the Haslam College, he replied:
“My time as a Management major within the Haslam College of Business has contributed to my career success by connecting me with the resources and faculty necessary to succeed along any path I choose to take. Since my first day at the Haslam college to my last, it has always been communicated to me that the opportunities were available, it was just up to me to pursue them. And with the guidance and wisdom of many trusted faculty and staff, I was able to do just that.”
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