- Class of 2018
- Majors Accounting, Finance
An accounting and finance major who has dreams of working for a multi-national corporation, Frank will prepare for and begin to take the CPA exam after he graduates in May. He is starting his career as an auditor at PricewaterhouseCoopers in Baltimore come September. "My hope is to audit clients in the financial services sector," says Frank, who served as president of the Loyola's Fixed Income Society, a member of Beta Alpha Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma, and the Financial Management Association during his time here. Like many of his fellow Greyhounds, Frank took the opportunity to study abroad. In 2016 he studied in Dubai as the recipient of the William Jefferson Clinton Scholarship for two months and then in Bangkok, Thailand, for five months. “After studying Arabic for three years at Loyola, I could not think of a better way to culminate my experience than by traveling to the Middle East to practice it first-hand,” says Frank, who returned to campus for his senior year ready to concentrate on his career goals. He changed his major and became involved in student-led organizations and clubs that focus on finance. Frank credits his professors and Loyola's Career Center on preparing him for life after college: "Some who were extra insightful during at Loyola (especially in regards to my major change and my job search) are Dr. Schmidt-King, Dr. Krahel, Dr. Reinhart, Mary DeManss in the Career Center, and my colleagues in Loyola's office of international programs," he says.
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At Loyola, you are a part of a community where you feel like a piece of the whole. I have had great support from many people during my time here. I have relied on them for advice, and they have helped me carve my own path to potential success in the business world. I would not be where I am if not for their constant support.