Matt Rowenczak, Class of 2014

Sep 12, 2013
Tags: b-school, GMAT exam, internships, Matt Rowenczak, MBA, military

Matt Rowenczak

“The only pressure is to push yourself as far as you can.”

I attended The Ohio State University on a Navy ROTC scholarship and graduated in 2007 with a BA in Economics and was commissioned into the United States Navy as a Naval Officer. After college, I completed the Navy Supply Corps School in Athens, Georgia and moved out to San Diego, California where I served as the Assistant Supply Officer and then the Supply Officer on board an Oliver Hazard Perry-class frigate, completing a Pacific deployment to several countries. 

After completing my tour onboard in 2011, I served as the Logistics Support Officer at a Fleet Logistics Center supporting primarily ships, submarines, aircraft, and some land-based units in the San Diego area. In the summer of 2012, I left the military to pursue my MBA at the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia. 

From Military to MBA

From the Military to an MBA

Matt Rowenczak explains how he went from the military to an MBA.

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Tips on Finding an Internship

Tips on Finding an Internship in Business School

Matt Rowenczak explains how he found a multi-functional internship during his time in business school.

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What to Expect While Taking the GMAT

What to Expect While Taking the GMAT Exan

Matt Rowenczak explains how he fit studying for the GMAT Exam into his busy schedule.

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