18 April 2008

Jacob Harberts will be a senior with a double major in finance and economics at the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse. He also won the award last year. His father, Paul Harberts, is vice president of operations at Midwest Specialized Transportation, Inc., Rochester, MN.

“Jacob has the skills that major corporations desire of students entering the job world,” said Jeffrey Wills, operations manager at Mayo Collaborative Services. “I am excited about his future in the professional world because of the attributes he possesses. Along with having a wealth of overall skills, his most important skill might be his relentless determination to be successful.”

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