Wildcat Spotlight Spotlight

Fundraising Administrator for V'ice Haiti (@vicehaiti)
Our very own Haley Burns ’20, brought home a first place win in the community track of the NH Social Venture Innovation Challenge yesterday! Haley currently works as a fundraising administrator for V'ice Haiti (@vicehaiti), a Social Venture that...
Hear how getting involved with the UNH Sales Club at the University of New Hampshire's Paul College of Business and Economics helped Matt Haley '19 get ready for the job market.
Student video introduces the BiP program
Hannah Donahue '22 – "Making this video was definitely challenging because it forced me to step outside of my comfort zone and explore the BiP program a lot more in depth and it was so worth it. I was really able to see the benefits that can come from it and I am so excited to be able to have the...
Meet UNH's 2019 Truman Scholar
Nooran Alhamdan '20, an analytical economics and political science major, has won a 2019 Truman Scholarship. "It means so much to me, and it means so much to my family and our story. I'm a third-generation Palestinian refugee, and I definitely...
Holloway Competition winning team aims to make dating safer
Modern dating just might be safer now that the inventors of VELV have taken home the top prize in the 31st annual Paul J. Holloway Prize Innovation to Market Competition. VELV, the team consisting of Christin...
Devin McMahon '19 pursues a future in advertising
When she was in her first-year student, Devin McMahon ’19 couldn’t imagine getting opportunities like traveling across the country or presenting a business plan. Now, as she pursues a future in the advertising industry, she’s happy she pursued each challenge head-on.
Marketing with Communications Minor
If I could do my blog full time after I graduate, that would be ideal. I love writing and it’s my favorite platform to express myself. I can write whatever I want and share my opinion about things. And being a marketing major I’ve realized that companies having blogs is such a crucial tool to...
Master’s of Science in Accounting
I transferred here my freshmen year. I had no clue what I wanted to do, and kind of blew it my freshman year. But during my time at Paul I got more involved in the college. I found mentorship all around me, and I started to shift gears dramatically. I went from someone with no work ethic or desire...
Economics and Finance Double Major
I honestly expected to be worked to the bone, not respected, and not trusted. It’s the way I’ve heard big bank culture is. But I was immediately proven wrong. The team was extremely welcoming to me on the first day, we would go out together after work on occasion, and I had way more face time with...
Finance Major with a Sales Minor
I just closed my first six-figure deal working full-time, and also being a full-time student. I wake up, go to work from 8:30 to 1, come back, go to my class at 2:10, then work again until 5 and am on call until 7. When I was offered the job before my senior year, it was a pleasant surprise. I wasn...
Marketing Major with a Minor in Sales
It was awkward. I called a prospect and as we got to chatting and I began my pitch, he cut in and said ‘I’m actually no longer with the company.’ I got the impression he had been laid off. He was one of my top prospects and I didn’t know where to go with it anymore. A couple weeks later, I saw that...
Amada Guapisaca '19 is channeling degrees to further immigration reform