Hometown: Howard City, MI
Major: Business Management & Business Marketing
Residence Hall: Central Hall
More about Mitchell:
What are your career aspirations?
As I learn more about my fields of study, I look forward to putting them into play out in the real world. Whether I work my way up in a large company, or start my own, I am excited to use what I know to influence this world for Christ in whatever I do.
Have you completed an internship?
I have not completed and internship yet, however, next year I plan to intern at a marketing company in Florida.
Have you been involved in any extra-curricular activities?
During my time at CU I have been involved in athletics as a baseball player for two years and in Community Life as a Resident Assistant for one year. For the 2014-2015 school year I have been elected Student Body President.
How do you like to spend your free time?
I enjoy playing any type of sport, especially golf. I love spending time with people, whether its going to local coffee shops or a day at the beach. I just enjoy being with others.
How would you describe community life at CU?
Intentional and available. Cornerstone has a close knit community and being part of that is something I'll never forget.
What did God teach you last semester?
Last year especially, God has taught me that He provides. Not only in finances, but in every area of my life. I have learned that when I put my trust in Him, He gives me a peace that could only come from Him.
What’s your favorite thing about CU?
The amazing people at this college and the life long relationships that I have been able to make with so many of them is my absolute favorite part about CU.
What’s your favorite spot on campus?
Quincer, room #208 hands down. That is where I lived my freshman year, but more importantly, that is where I spent most of my time getting to know two of the best friends I've ever had.
What was your favorite thing about Terra Firma (first-year student orientation)?
Terra Firma is such a good learning experience. You get out what you put in and then some. I have made some of the strongest friendships from that group and I have learned what it is like to serve. My freshman year wouldn't have been the same without it.
How did you pick your major?
Originally, I came to Cornerstone as a Freshman with a major in Media Productions because that was one of my passions and because of Cornerstone's high quality, growing program. However, halfway through my freshman year, I realized that an even bigger passion of mine than media was people. I ended up changing my major to Business Management and adding a second major in Business Marketing. I have loved learning more about each major ever since.