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students with jobs
Student founders of ePLU pose
with the Bill Koenig (front row, center), CEO of Cantametrix.
With him are from left, Chris Allsup ’03, Arne Asphjell
’00, Uli Heitz ’02, Karl Lund ’00 and Justin Foster ’02.
Cutting-edge online music search
company Cantametrix found important data—and even more important
employees— through PLU’s School of Business and ePLU, the new
electronic commerce resource center.
“They are really bright, exciting
individuals, and it was a stimulating environment,” Cantametrix
CEO Bill Koenig said. “They’re really well-prepared for going
out and working in the marketplace. Our experience is certainly
proof that PLU is producing some great graduates.”
ePLU offers distinct benefits for
students, such as a résumé profile, that links them to potential
employers, and to faculty, who can incorporate the center into
their curriculum. Businesses and organizations that get involved
take away research and reports created by students. To learn more
about ePLU, and read Katherine Hedland’s extended article on the
organization, visit www.plu.edu/encore/