Eric DeVinck

Every dollar counts, and the more people that give, the more opportunities we are opening for future generations that will one day contribute to the community.

Do you remember when you decided to go to UW-Superior? I do. I was watching the UWS hockey team win the national championship again and again. The experiences I had watching created a sense of loyalty for me, and from that point on, I always knew I wanted to be a Yellowjacket.

I graduated in 2012 with a degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance. I spent my time volunteering with the Financial Management Association, even helping start their annual golf scramble. Going to UW-Superior taught me a lot of things, but one thing that’s been important is the pragmatic problem solving the faculty taught. Learning this skill has since helped me become more flexible and adapt to changes in the workplace.

After graduating, I began working at Essentia Health as a Supply Chain Analyst. I work on developing and implementing new management systems.

Because of everything UW-Superior has done for me, I give to the Superior Fund so others can have the chance to succeed. Every dollar counts, and the more people that give, the more opportunities we are opening for future generations that will one day contribute to the community. Please consider making a gift.