Six Questions with Scholars of Finance is a series intended to highlight the thoughts and lives of our students at Scholars of Finance. In the series, the students are simply asked six questions which we think embody the SOF experience and their answers are shared right here on the Scholars of Finance blog. In this second edition, we had the pleasure of sitting down with Jenny Han, a rising Sophomore at UC – Berkeley. If you are a student and would like to be featured in a segment of Six Questions with Scholars of Finance, please reach out to Jake Kranz via email.
What school do you go to?
University of California at Berkeley Class of 2023
Do you have any employment plans in the near future?
I am interning at a company called Kaali that is part of UC-Berkeley’s SkyDeck accelerator program.
Could you tell me a little bit about your experience with Scholars of Finance so far?
I joined Scholars of Finance in the spring of 2020 and gravitated towards it because of how differentiated of a business club it was, and still is. I was drawn in by the focus on morals and values and my strong belief in the mission. I’m a part of the associate team for the LDP out here and I’ve really enjoyed building deep, meaningful relationships with members through this program.
What is your favorite memory from Scholars of Finance so far?
My favorite memory so far is definitely the LDP. It’s given me the opportunity to learn about myself and others much more than I have in any of my other clubs or classes at college.
What’s the most valuable lesson you’ve learned from Scholars of Finance?
The most important thing that I’ve learned to do in my time at SOF is the ability to implement my values and morals into everything that I do. Instead of thinking of success in the traditional way, I now think of success as sticking true to my values and living life in accordance with them.
If you could tell the next generation of SOF students anything – what would you tell them?
Take this time to truly reflect on who you want to be and what you really want out of life.