Special Off-Campus Events
Thinking Ahead to
a Career in Business?
Get an insider’s perspective on what it takes to become a successful business leader today.
- Selecting an undergraduate business program
- Planning your college major
- Pursuing internships and other real-world experiences
- Obtaining a global perspective
- Sharpening your leadership and communication skills
Business executives and staff from Albion College's Carl A. Gerstacker Institute for Business and Management will offer advice on planning for a career in business and how to become a top candidate for positions with leading corporations, financial institutions, and accounting firms.
Wednesday, November 11, 2015 | 7 - 8:30 p.m.
Offices of Bodman PLC
1901 St. Antoine St., 6th Floor at Ford Field
Detroit, MI 48226
Advance registration requested by November 8.
We hope you and your family will attend.
If you have any questions, please contact the Albion College Admission Office at 800/858-6770 or via email at
Where tomorrow’s top executives launch their careers.
The Carl A. Gerstacker Institute for Business and Management combines the traditional strengths of a liberal arts education with the business knowledge, skills and experience necessary for leadership and management positions in today’s global business environment. Since 1973, the Gerstacker Institute has earned an excellent reputation for preparing students to be successful in the workplace.
The business world is dynamic. By preparing students in the fundamentals of common business practices, and creating challenges that provide opportunities to develop critical thought into action, this program creates in-demand employees and future business leaders.
Our students and graduates are assets to companies not just in Michigan but across the U.S. and around the world. If you believe Gerstacker is right for you, learn about applying to the institute and please contact us if you have any questions.
Gerstacker Students Koaches, Merritt Named All-America Scholars in Men's Golf
Albion College placed Brent Koaches (left) and Scott Merritt on the list of NCAA Division III Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholars. Merritt graduated earlier in May after majoring in economics and management with a Gerstacker Institute concentration. Koaches, an E&M major with an emphasis in accounting as well as a Gerstacker concentration, completed his junior year at Albion.
Twenty-three golfers from D-III gained the honor and Albion was the lone Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association program to produce All-America Scholars.
“Scott and Brent set an example for everyone else on the roster,” Albion coach Jordan Rich said.
Seniors Rewarded for Mentoring Local Youth
Created on Wednesday, May 02, 2012 14:41
The highlight of the week for many children at Albion's Harrington Elementary School is the one-hour visit by their mentor, who happens to be a student from Albion College. Two senior Gerstacker students who are also members of the men's basketball program – Bob Wernet and Sean Hendon (pictured with teammate Luke Walker) – were among 25 Albion students who recently received Michigan Campus Compact Heart and Soul awards for their dedication to community service. They were also among the recipients of the Jessie Longhurst Rotary Service Award.
The mentorship program, now known as Jessie's Gift in memory of the 2002 Albion High School graduate and former Albion College student-athlete, was developed and is currently run by Peg Turner, the wife of former Albion men's basketball coach Mike Turner.