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Success starts at Northwestern. Our grads prove it.
Genetics graduate student, North Carolina State UniversityJoseph says Northwestern's integration of science and faith deepened his faith while in college. It also prepared him for graduate study in genetics and stoked his interest in career as a research scientist.
Exercise physiologist, Duke University Health and Fitness CenterSara scored an internship with Duke University during her senior year at Northwestern, which led to a full-time job offer at a clinically based fitness center through the university's health system.
Assistant family teacher, Boys TownJerel works with at-risk children and families, providing them with the support and education they need to succeed.
Medical student, University of South Dakota Sanford School of MedicineEmma is a medical student at USD, where she received the prestigious South Dakota State Medical Association Foundation Freshman Scholarship.
Marketing manager, BNP Paribas OpenA Chicago internship with a sports PR firm led Graham to a position as digital marketing coordinator for the world's fifth largest professional tennis tournament.
Third grade teacher, Catlin Arts Magnet SchoolKrissa’s classroom passion for students and their learning earned her recognition as Rookie of the Year from the Omaha Education Association.
Interpreter/translator, Children’s Hospital & Medical CenterRebeca serves Spanish-speaking patients and their families, helping them communicate with the medical providers at Omaha Children’s Hospital so they receive the best healthcare possible.
Sportswriter for MassLive.comThomas worked as a sportswriter for an Iowa newspaper before he was picked up by MassLive.com, the second largest online news outlet in New England.
Account strategist, Click RainA successful internship experience at an advertising agency launched Jodi's career in communications.
Minor league athletic trainer, San Francisco GiantsA former football player, Vito is pursuing his passion for sports as an athletic trainer, treating injured athletes and getting them back on the field.
Doctoral student, University of ConnecticutDerefe is headed to academia as a professor of politics and law. And because of the influence Northwestern’s intercultural office had in his life, he’s also hoping to head a university's diversity office.
Volunteer facilitator, Council of Protestant ChurchesOlivia has a passion for missions. At Northwestern, she was supported, encouraged and equipped to pursue that dream and follow God’s call to Nicaragua.
Accountant, Ernst & YoungChris had a job offer from Big Four accounting firm Ernst & Young before he even graduated. His interviewers were so impressed with him, they said they'd send their kids to NWC.
Graduate student, Western Michigan UniversityWith his sights set on a doctoral degree in history or theology, Brody is aiming for a job as a professor or college ministry staff member.
PreK–12 vocal music teacher, Central Minnesota Christian SchoolMusic lover Megan teaches preschool and elementary general music and directs junior high and high school choirs.
Director of children’s, family and hospitality ministries, American Reformed ChurchLaura's college internship at American Reformed Church led to an offer of a full-time position as the director of children's ministries.
Registered nurse, emergency department, Genesis Health SystemThanks to an internship during his junior year, Josh was offered a scholarship and a contract for full-time employment before he even started his senior year at Northwestern.
Entomology graduate student, University of NebraskaJordan is combining two passions—insects and the outdoors—as he pursues a doctoral degree.
Graduate student, Embry-Riddle UniversityAbigail is pursuing a master’s degree in security and intelligence studies as preparation for a career in counterterrorism.
Assistant scientist, Sanford ResearchWith strong encouragement from her professors, Emily earned master's and doctoral degrees in psychology and is now an assistant scientist at Sanford Research.
Law student, University of MinnesotaConnor’s Northwestern education led to a verdict of “accepted” at six law schools.
Executive director, La UnidadThe first in his family to attend and graduate from college, Pedro is using his background in social work in his role as the executive director of La Unidad, a youth development soccer program.
Graduate student in mathematics, University of South DakotaWith a love of theatre, music and philosophy, James found that Northwestern’s humanities major enabled him to learn anything and everything about anything and everything.
Deputy attorney, Douglas Co. Attorney’s OfficeLeadership opportunities, a challenging education and an internship in Washington, D.C., helped Sarah gain the confidence to pursue a career as an attorney.
Software engineering analyst, AccentureMeredith's summer internship with Accenture gave her confidence in her decision to begin a full-time career there.
Director of fine arts, Boys and Girls ClubsJesse directs fine arts programming for several Colorado Boys and Girls Clubs and works as a freelance artist through the Downtown Artery in Fort Collins.
Lead therapist, Alpine Autism CenterWithin her first year at Alpine Autism Center, Jenny was promoted to lead therapist, which brings extra responsibilities, like training new therapists.
Portfolio specialist, Aligned InvestorsHans spent a semester at England's Oxford University and interned two summers in New York City before launching a career in finance.
Senior pricing analyst, Nationwide InsuranceAbby's Northwestern experiences, including an actuarial internship at Principal Financial Group, gave her an impressive résumé and got her a job at Nationwide Insurance shortly after graduation.
Staff attorney, Chicago Volunteer Legal ServicesThe collaboration and performance standards of an NWC theatre degree set the stage for Matthew to find success in his role as an attorney for clients who need someone to be their voice.
Certified health care interpreter, Sanford HealthAs a Spanish major at Northwestern, Lindsey found learning a language came easy and that she looked forward to her homework. Now she’s a medical interpreter at a major hospital.
Director, Robin's Nest Children's HomeA love for children, nurtured through four mission trips to Haiti, led Danielle to a full-time social work career at Robin's Nest orphanage in Jamaica.
Programmer, SCE Santa Monica StudioWhen he was a child, John thought it would be cool to develop video games. Now, thanks in part to his computer science major from Northwestern, he's doing just that.
Lecturer of philosophy, Central CollegeA freshman course in ancient Greek philosophy sparked Anna's interest and influenced her career path through graduate school to becoming a college professor.
Communications manager, Taproot TheatreTheatre major Isaiah added an arts administration minor and interned at Taproot Theatre in Seattle, which set the stage for his job in communications and promotions for Taproot.
Doctoral student, University of TexasJose is pursuing a doctorate in religious studies with a focus on religion and Latin American cultures.
Associate pastor of youth, family and social justice, First Presbyterian ChurchA double major in religion and philosophy led Justin to ordination and a position as a church leader.
Pediatric nurse, Sanford Children's Castle of Care HospitalA passion for science and kids led Courtney to a pediatric nursing career at a top children's hospital in the region: Sanford's Castle of Care in Sioux Falls.
First grade teacher, Thomas Elementary SchoolNorthwestern's emphasis on service and community have helped Andy excel as a teacher and graduate student.
Mezzo-soprano, U.S. Army Field Band and Soldiers’ ChorusHeidi is living the dream as a professional singer, touring the country on behalf of the U.S. Army.
Dental student, University of IowaConfident in his Northwestern science education, Eddie applied to the University of Iowa's top-tier dental program and was accepted right away.
Youth development manager, Justice for AllAfter gaining experience as an intern with the Christian Community Development Association, Eduardo now serves as a mentor to underserved and Latino youth.
Attorney, Brown Immigration LawJenna discovered her passion for social justice during her Spanish classes at Northwestern. Now her career is focused on immigration law.
English teacher, Sioux Center High SchoolChris credits his English education at Northwestern for helping him grow from a non-writer and non-speaker into a confident teacher of high school literature.
Team leader, strategic planning & analysis, Renewable Energy GroupConfident in her head for business, Julie is executing the strategic marketing plan for a leading biodiesel producer and thinking of pursuing a Ph.D.