Business Administration, '17
The ability to make himself a distinguished student-athlete, as well as the chance to study abroad, brought alumni Isaac Devoid from his St. Albans, Vermont home to Castleton.
Choosing a major in Business Administration with a minor in Statistics, leaves opportunities in the job field wide open for Devoid, an angle he is excited for upon graduation.
“I am still unsure where I will take my knowledge but perhaps public policy or finance,” explained Devoid. “Castleton has helped me realize my love of learning and has inspired me to possibly pursue higher education after my bachelors.”
To further shape his future goals, he was a member of the varsity lacrosse team, a sports writer for the student newspaper, and an Intramural Sports employee, all while helping to organize the Climb 4 Conner fundraiser event.
Taking his experiences far beyond Castleton's borders, during the fall semester of his junior year, Devoid took the opportunity to study across the pond.
“I was able to study abroad in the Czech Republic. It was such an interesting experience gaining cultural intelligence, and immersing myself in a different setting,” said Devoid. “My experience abroad helped me mature as an individual, and added knowledge and depth to my character.”