During Preston Hodges’ summers, he competes in long-range rifle shooting that involves hitting the target and constructing the bullet itself, a painstaking process that requires dedication and steadfastness.
Austin Greene’s desire to learn led him to triple major in ProSales, Entrepreneurship and International Business. He wants to be as knowledgeable as possible in order to help others.
Whitney Johnson transferred to Baylor her sophomore year and became quickly involved in the clubs and activities that would enable her growth as a future business professional.
For Abby Haan, each day holds new opportunities to learn and to grow in knowledge, skills and abilities and her faith.
The Sales Education Foundation (SEF)’s Barbara Giamanco Memorial Scholarship Committee selected Abby Haan and Rebeka Shols for their 2020-2021 scholarship. Applicants for this scholarship must be female students enrolled in the study of Professional Selling, where the awards committee expressed particular interest in U.S. students who have completed two sales courses, competed in a sales competition, and participated in a sales club.
One of Dillon Fontaine’s biggest passions is history. History is the story of our past -- our achievements and our failures. If we take advantage of the context that history offers, we can learn a great deal.