Sixteen undergraduate students spent their spring break visiting leading companies in Seattle during the fifth annual Quinlan Ramble.
The Quinlan Ramble is an annual alternative spring break trip that allows students to connect with Quinlan alumni, while learning about the business community is another part of the United States. Past trips have visited New York City, Austin, Dallas and the San Francisco Bay Area.
In Seattle, the students visited eight companies over seven days:
In addition to the company visits, students also explored Seattle, including visiting the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, the Chihuly Garden, and Glass and The Museum of Pop Culture.
“The Quinlan Ramble was an eye-opening experience for me not just as a Quinlan student, but as a student of Loyola as a whole. I was able to make 16 new friends in the matter of hours and that connection will last beyond the Ramble and our undergraduate careers,” wrote student Reginald Bailey in the Quinlan Ramble blog.
View photos from the Quinlan Ramble in the gallery below or on Quinlan's Flickr page.