Megan KingCollege Scholar
As a College Scholar, Megan majored in accounting and Spanish with a minor in international business. She tied it all together by intentionally selecting her activities and making each experience count toward a well-rounded education full of life-changing experiences.
For example, she worked in the College’s accounting department, interned for three summers, and volunteered to prepare taxes for citizens in need of assistance. Megan also participated in four study abroad programs that helped advance her Spanish-speaking skills, expand her world view, strengthen her sense of independence and further improve her job prospects.
While studying international business in Spain during fall term of her senior year, Megan conducted research, funded by a Richter Grant, for her honors thesis on changes to accounting education in Spain. She went on to present her research results at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research, where North Central consistently ranks in the top 5 percent of all colleges and universities in the nation for the number of projects accepted.
Her knowledge of Spanish and honors research experience on her résumé caught the attention of her future employer, Corbett, Duncan & Hubly, and led to an interview and job offer as an auditor.