Two areas of study were necessities for Cameron during his college search: international business and Chinese. He chose North Central because it offered both and many opportunities to get involved.
By the end of his first year, Cameron had already plunged into the North Central experience. He became co-president of the Chinese Club and got involved with the Entrepreneurship and International Business Organization. He landed an internship at an Internet marketing company through campus networking and, in his second year, studied abroad at Peking University in China.
Cameron says his international business major is a “natural combination of my interests, skills and ambitions,” and looks to set a clear career path in his remaining years as a student. “I’ve developed personal relationships with two of my professors. We discuss my academic plans. They help me stay on track and have opened opportunities to me.”