My name is Sam Götschenberg and I am honored to be the Career Activities Commissioner and Vice President of SCOPE’s 2018-2019 board. I was born and raised in Geleen, not far from Maastricht. After having done my Bachelor in Economics and Business Economics, I decided to stay in Maastricht and start my Master International Business with specializations in Controlling and Accounting. Next to studying, I have been active at the faculty by organizing Experience Days, the Bachelor Open Day and by organizing the Maastricht Finance Day 2017 for SCOPE. During my free time, I also spend a considerable amount of time playing Ice Hockey in Geleen and I like to spend time with friends and travelling.
I joined the SCOPE framework two years ago and during my time as an active member for both SCOPE | FOCUS and SCOPE, I experienced the value that the study association has to offer. As the treasurer of the Maastricht Finance Day, I learned what it takes to organize a career event that is valuable to both students and companies. Apart from the professional and academic aspect, SCOPE also has an incredible social aspect to offer. Therefore, I would like to step up and facilitate an environment that is capable of delivering that value (professional, academically, and socially) to fellow students by contributing to the previous success of the SCOPE framework. On top of that, I am looking forward to build upon the status quo and guide the association to an even more professional level in the future. I am confident that the upcoming year will bring a lot of new situations, experiences, and learning opportunities, which motivates me to devote time, effort, energy and a lot of enthusiasm to SCOPE.
To be able to reach SCOPE’s potential, I have set several goals. First of all, I aim to improve the quality and diversity of the SCOPE’s Career Event portfolio that SCOPE offers, hereby taking into account the demand from both the student side as well as from the professional world. On top of that, I would like to establish a successful first edition of the Career and Development Days in collaboration with the School of Business and Economics, since I think this is a valuable project for the entire student population by giving them other perspectives than from an Academic point of view. Lastly, I want to create an environment wherein both my fellow board members as well as active members have an opportunity to gain experience from learning opportunities.
Sanne van Gorp
Secretary & IT Manager
Career Activities Coordinator
Academic Activities Commissioner
Jasper Kijk in de Vegte
Community Activities Coordinator
External Relations Officer International
External Relations Officer Netherlands
Vincent Heidrich, Alexia Rennotte, Adèle Warin
Emerging Markets Pillar Board
Laura Knüfermann, Lorenz Cronenberg, Paula Majunke
General and Alumni Pillar Board
Steyn Schouten, Luisa Wortmann, Martijn Gillissen
Economics and Finance Pillar Board
Petra Rudišarová, Tizian van Lier, Ruby de Witte
Marketing and Management Pillar Board