Seth Hoesman '16

Mathematics, computer science, and economics
Technology development program associate, PNC Bank
Stanford Graduate School of Business
Ellicott City, MD

Goucher has provided a supportive and challenging environment that continues to push me to be my best. Without the support of faculty, staff, and coaches I would not have had the opportunities that I have now.

What's next. I've been accepted into the Stanford Graduate School of Business' M.B.A. program for the Class of 2020, following two years of work. For those two years I will be at PNC Bank in Pittsburgh as a technology development program associate. This will consist of a year-long rotational program followed by placement into a long-term position.

How Goucher got him here. Goucher has provided a supportive and challenging environment that continues to push me to be my best. Without the support of faculty, staff, and coaches I would not have had the opportunities that I have now.

What he's learned. Goucher has provided me with opportunities to develop valuable leadership skills, both through athletics and in the classroom. Being able to work with and lead a team are part of every job, so these skills will be necessary wherever my career takes me.

Best Goucher experience. My favorite aspect of Goucher was my time on the tennis team. I've built unforgettable experiences with my teammates through highs and lows. Leaving the team will be one of the hardest parts of leaving Goucher.

How to Goucher. Get involved on campus and in the community. Whether through athletics, clubs, or volunteering getting involved will help develop valuable skills and allow you to meet new people. Being able to network will mean much more than any GPA or awards you can put on your resume.



Seth Hoesman

Seth Hoesman '16

Mathematics, computer science, and economics
Technology development program associate, PNC Bank
Stanford Graduate School of Business
Ellicott City, MD

“Goucher has provided me with opportunities to develop valuable leadership skills, both through athletics and in the classroom.”