Rinker School of Business
|Rinker School of Business graduate Jared Reuter was the first recipient of the top prize in the J.J.’s Entrepreneurs' business plan competition for Toodol, a social media website.|
What better place to study business than in one of the nation’s premier economic areas?
With the Palm Beaches right out your front door, you’ll have access to plentiful internship opportunities at Fortune 500 companies, top nonprofit organizations and government agencies.
Those same places often will provide you with a job while you’re attending Palm Beach Atlantic — and great career opportunities once you graduate.
While a student at the Rinker School of Business at Palm Beach Atlantic University Joseph Kelly III, left, received firsthand experience from Jim McKenzie, right, during an internship at Smith Barney.
The Rinker School of Business is accredited by the International Assembly of Collegiate Business Education (IACBE).
Speaking of PBA...
|Rebekah Bouch, who received the Outstanding Graduate medal from the Rinker School of Business, speaks during December 2012 commencement.|
What I love about PBA is having received solid business schooling that implemented Christian principles and moral values. I was taught how to become a successful businesswoman while still operating in an ethical way. The professors really take a personal interest in students both in and outside of the classroom. They are always available for help and encouragement. I grew so much during my time at PBA, and felt confident to enter the real world upon graduation. The preparation I received helped me to land my ideal job within a month of graduating.
-- Rebekah Bouch '12, Marketing