Student Feature - Reed MittenessNov. 17, 2017
Several years ago, Reed Mitteness made a commitment to live a “life worth writing down” and began chronicling his daily activities in a journal. Today, that habit translates into his daily work, affecting his entire mindset about how he approaches his day – and the impact is clear. When not bass fishing, working with his local church youth ministry, or serving others on international mission trips, Reed devotes his time to the betterment of others.
A member of a fraternity, president of the ProSales Club, and active member of numerous intramural teams, Reed clearly seeks to live life to the fullest. Reed credits much of his success to the ProSales program and is grateful for the program’s role in teaching both tangible and intangible professional skills.
Reed looks forward to beginning his sales career with IBM after graduation.