Liz Tyhacz (SBI 2013, Villanova Class of 2016), is a mechanical engineering major pursuing a minor in entrepreneurship.
What was the most helpful thing you learned in Professional Success?
Resume editing was very effective in introducing me to the formats of many well structured resumes that I had never seen before. It was a wake up call that was essential to my application process.
What was the funniest thing that happened to you during SBI?
My group and I completely revamped our CE presentation the night before the first round of presentations. We ended up making it to the finals!
How has your SBI experience helped you since graduating from the program?
I use my experiences from working in a group on a business plan to have a more well-rounded outlook on project goals.
What have you been up to since graduating SBI?
I have been more involved in Entrepreneurship, furthering my minor, traveling to Silicon Valley as part of the Villanova in the Valley trip, and by getting involved with an Entrepreneurship Competition.
How do you plan to use your business education in the future?
I plan to be involved with entrepreneurship and project management, a role I do not believe I would be as effective in without a business minor.