Now that your academic semester is finished many of you may be searching for co-op opportunities or looking for the ideal position to start your career. While some may know their ideal career path and have charted out an extensive 5-year plan in their head, I'm sure a majority are still trying to figure out which career option, out of the many available to RIT Croatia students, is right for them.
In these challenging, life altering times, we stopped for a moment to especially listen to our graduating students. The generation of 2020 who was deprived of the feeling of closure in their last semester at RIT Croatia. For that reason, we posed a couple of questions to Pamina Benčić, a graduating student at the Hospitality and Tourism Management program in Dubrovnik, the valedictorian of the generation of 2020.
The Celebration of the Class of 2020 is a virtual conferring of degrees. While not intended to replace a traditional commencement, this celebration recognizes and celebrates the accomplishments of the Class of 2020.
On Monday, April 27th, professor Domagoj Nikolić organized a special class for the departing senior students attending his International Resort Management course, the eBoard members from the planned breweRIT project that is postponed due to situation caused by COVID-19 pandemics, and one of our star students Belma Sokolović, who joined the class from Rochester, NY.
With a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University and an MBA degree in finance from the University of California at Berkeley, prof. Kevin Walker came with his wife and family to Dubrovnik in 2005 so as to be near his wife’s family. He joined the RIT Croatia family in 2008, teaching at the Dubrovnik campus. With a background in financial markets and equity options trading, and co-founder of a trading firm, he teaches a variety of courses involving accounting, entrepreneurship, and marketing and is currently holding a position of Area Head for the Hospitality and Tourism Management program.