September 30, 2010 by Orr Fellowship

That’s right, its job application season again. Its the annual time of year that college seniors come to the realization that undergrad school is going to end and they have to do… something. Some people pursue graduate schools while other focus on Entrepreneurship Careers, Indiana Job openings, or even graduate fellowships …

September 27, 2010 by Orr Fellowship

Well, it’s officially one of my favorite times of the year.  No, it’s not Christmas quite yet… but it is Orr Fellow Recruitment season! Last week, I visited my Alma Mater for a info session, tomorrow I’ll be at Indiana University & on Monday I’ll be at Ball State for …

September 19, 2010 by Orr Fellowship

In my last blog post, I said that if you want to set yourself up to be as successful as possible, you need to start your own business as early as possible. This is fine and dandy, except for the fact that most people have no idea how exactly to …

September 18, 2010 by Orr Fellowship

Yesterday was a perfect example of a challenging yet rewarding experience the Orr Entrepreneurial Fellowship provides.  I was 30 minutes outside of Valparaiso University Thursday evening driving from Indianapolis for the career fair, when it hit me.  I was the lead recruiter for the Orr Fellowship at Valpo.  There was …

September 13, 2010 by Orr Fellowship

Recently, Bob Reish, Matt Barloh and I attended the first career fair of the season! We traveled north to our Alma mater, The University of Notre Dame, and after spending the morning promoting the Orr Entrepreneurial Fellowship in front of several classes, we moved to the fair to further spread …

September 11, 2010 by Orr Fellowship

So here I am, three months into my first year as an Orr Fellow in the Governor Bob Orr Entrepreneurial Fellowship, and I find myself wondering how I got to this great place in my life.  How did I “survive” each round of the recruitment process?  How was I selected …

September 7, 2010 by Orr Fellowship

Last year as I began the Orr Fellowship, I really wanted to find ways to stay involved in the community. Throughout high school and college, I had always kept myself busy and was a member of various student and volunteer organizations. Now, as I began an entry-level job in Indiana, …

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Last night, I was lucky enough to go out to dinner with a group of Orr Fellows to a sushi place on Mass Ave. As we sat devouring our sushi rolls and bartering with each other in an attempt to try all the different varieties, I realized that our conversation …