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Jun 2011Jul 2011

Finance Intern

Dearborn Capital Management

Determine the wires into and out of account each morning; determine the daily investment for the mutual fund each morning; calculate a prediction for the mutual fund daily valuation; organize other financial data in Excel spreadsheets.



Microsoft Excel
Worked with Microsoft Excel through daily class assignments.  Designed spreadsheets, worked with graphs, inserted equations, used Solver to complete optimization and equilibrium problems.
Powerpoint Presentations
Designed and ran the computer during church services each Sunday.  Presentations included song lyrics, sermon outlines, and video clips.  

Campus Involvement

DePauw Varsity Women’s Golf Team: practice four days a week and travel on weekends during fall and spring season, currently ranked #1 in Division III.

Intervarsity: Christian fellowship organization that meets weekly for a worship service.


Paige is currently finishing her freshman year at DePauw University aspiring to major in economics and/or mathematics.  She is actively involved in varsity athletics as a member of the Women's Golf Team.  She is also involved in Alpha Chi Omega Sorority, Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, and the Management Fellows Business Honors Program. With participation in the Management Fellows Business Honors Program, Paige is able to see various components of the business world at work through lectures, workshops, and networking.  Classes, such as Introduction to Economcis, Intermediate Microeconomics, and Calculus, are preparing a foundation to pursue a career in business or finance.  

As a member of the golf team, Paige is very goal-oriented and driven to succeed.  The golf team requires both an individual mindset and a team mindset to be able to compete at the highest level.  Paige has seen these two mindsets work together and success result.  In April 2011, she was the SCAC Conference Individual Champion and led her team to a 1st place finish, qualfying DePauw for its 10th consecutive NCAA Nationals appearance.  


Golf, Leadership, Church Activities, 

Leadership Roles

National Honor Society President (2010): chosen by faculty advisor, planned bimonthly meetings and quarterly service projects, and implemented a system to hold members accountable in order improve the society’s community impact.

Student Advisory Leadership Team (2008-09): coordinated with the church youth minister and five other youth group members to plan monthly activities and quarterly service projects, improve community outreach, and provide overall feedback on progress.

Pastor Search Committee, Youth Representative (2008-09): reviewed over two hundred resumes, attended biweekly meetings, held interviews, and planned an introduction weekend to present our pastoral recommendation to the church, who was later hired.

Varsity Golf Team Captain (2010): assisted in leading practices and coordinating uniforms.

Newspaper Editor (2009-2010): assigned all projects with deadlines, supervised a staff of ten, edited writing and layout, printed newspaper monthly, and made deliveries within school.

Campus Involvement

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