Success Stories

As a reliability engineer for International Paper, Nathan Anderson ’15 spends his time in the field learning from technicians, engineers, and operators.

When Alison Brooks ’13 began her search for a job in event planning, she was expecting a formal process. What ensued was something quite different.

Giselle Gonzales ’14 has passport stamps from Central and South America, Africa, and Eastern and Central Europe — and is about to get a bunch more.

By the time Josie Graybeal ’14 was a junior going into fall recruiting, her networking skills had been honed and polished by the Center for Career and Calling.

The summer before his senior year, Luke Hamlin ’15 helped professional athletes, musicians, and the former governor of Washington clothes-shop.

Kira Hendricksen ’11 thought she knew what she wanted when she began her job search on, a search engine for jobs in the nonprofit sector.

Sam Lee ’12 credits counselors from the Center for Career and Calling for encouraging him and giving him the resources necessary to succeed in business.

At first glance, 2012 graduate Rebeccah Noble’s career as a realty clerk for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers might not fit with her undergraduate degree.

In an interview for a PACCAR internship, Jake O’Leary ’13 was asked how many gas stations he had passed on his drive to the interview.

Tara Walker ’14 states in her LinkedIn profile that she is a problem solver, teacher, and mathematician. Not unsurprisingly, her job incorporates all three.

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