Paxton is a double major in Economics and Management and Mathematics. She is a math tutor through the Quantative Skills Center, president of Omicron Delta Epsilon honor society in economics, a member of Mortar Board, and an Albion College Fellow. She is interning at Ernst & Young in Advisory Services in Detroit.
Paxton has also enjoyed sports, actively playing two years of varsity volleyball. One of her favorite things about Albion College is that all of her professors know her name and are always looking to help her succeed.
Trent is an accounting-C.P.A. emphasis major. He has interned at Thomson Reuters in Ann Arbor and will be interning at Ernst & Young in Detroit this summer. He was awarded the Scott Cracraft Scholarship in accounting; he is a member of the Delta Sigma Phi business fraternity, and Sigma Nu fraternity.
“Albion is great because you know so many of the students and feel right at home but can always meet new people. Albion has given me the knowledge and experience I will use in my career in accounting and also in life.”
Trent was a tax preparer for the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA) and is a member of the Accounting Society. He has had lots of classes with the two accounting professors: John Bedient and John Carlson. Both have been extremely helpful and it is easy to stop by their offices for a chat and to catch up on Albion life.
“I love the atmosphere at Albion, both in and out of the classroom.”
Paul is an Economics and Management major with an emphasis in Accounting and a minor in Business and Organizations. On his first visit to campus, Paul took a liking to the small class sizes and the programs offered in the economics and management department.
In the hopes of working in public accounting, Paul participated in a summer leadership program the summer of 2014, and was offered an internship at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Currently serving as General Manager for Albion College’s own WLBN Radio, Paul has restarted the radio station and built several connections between Albion's station and other college stations. In January of this year Paul became an Federal Communications Commission (F.C.C.) licensed amateur radio operator and now serves his community as a storm spotter for the National Weather Service and emergency communications responder for the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (A.R.E.S.).
Katie is a double major in Finance and Actuarial Mathematics. She is a tutor in the Quantative Skills Center for math.
Katie has an internship this summer at North Pointe Capital, a portfolio management company in Troy, Michigan.
She is working with alumni John Pearce on a predictive modeling project. Katie plays in both the British Eighth Marching Band and the Albion College Symphonic Band.