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Exercise ScienceAndrew's personal experiences with injuries and passion for learning about the body helped him want to become a physical therapist.
Computer ScienceAndrea has interests in both user interface development and graphic design. She’d like to work in video game design and development and perhaps even pursue a career at NASA.
Business Education, Secondary Education and AccountingAn internship in the accounting and finance department of Wells Enterprises and a student teaching assignment at a Des Moines high school prepared Emily for her future career. She initially plans to work as a financial analyst but may someday teach high school business.
EconomicsMisael chose economics for his major because it involves aspects of both business and the humanities. He’s also minoring in statistics and philosophy and would like to work in finance or banking when he graduates.
Sport managementThe student manager of the men’s basketball team, Becca says her best Northwestern memory was watching the Raiders win the GPAC title and clinch a spot in the NAIA national tournament. She plans to become a player development coach in hopes of working in the NBA.
Biology-Health ProfessionsA future doctor, Kaytlyn loves to help people. That’s why she mentors Northwestern NEXT students, participated in a Summer of Service in Haiti, and gets great fulfillment from tutoring students in writing, biology and chemistry courses.
Professor Erica Vonk is an innovative and visionary leader who is passionate about equipping students for their professional lives.
Associate Account Manager, Colored OrganicsAnna puts her marketing and public relations skills to work at an ethically sourced children’s clothing company.
Actuarial Associate, The Principal Financial GroupNorthwestern’s strong ties to Alex’s current employer paved the way to a competitive internship, and later, a full-time position.
Computer science and business teacher, Boyden-Hull High SchoolDespite changing her major halfway through college, practicum hours empowered Sarah to be well prepared to lead a classroom of her own.
Business Process Manager and Project Manager, Diamond VogelGrowing up, Breanna watched her dad work alongside a manufacturing team. Now, she appreciates the technical and relational aspects of the industry firsthand.
Physical Education and Health Teacher, Asunción Christian AcademyGinny’s Spanish degree has helped her build relationships with Spanish-speakers across the globe—in mission settings and in her PE classroom.
Human Resources Analyst, AIGJonathan appreciated having flexibility to explore different levels of business without taking up a specific concentration.
Portfolio management associate, Principal Global InvestorsA Northwestern alumni connection opened doors for Jose’s position at Principal Global Investors in Des Moines, Iowa.
Account Executive, Deveron CorporationJosh’s family background inspired him to pursue a degree in a lesser-known area of the ag industry: agricultural business.
Marketing Specialist, Scooter’s CoffeeLauren’s persistence in applying for a summer internship helped her stand out in the eyes of her future employer.
A lifelong farmer, Bob De Haan has over four decades of agricultural education experience.
Dr. Jenny Song’s professional experience offers international business students firsthand knowledge of business on the world stage.
Dr. Han-Yen Kao believes that economics is all about people and economic decisions have the power to shape the world around us.
When he’s not motivating athletes to run their best times, Coach Scott Bahrke helps his business education classes find ways to motivate their future students.
Dr. Fynaardt’s broad knowledge of literary genres allows him to arrange courses that are tailor-made for English students.
Behavioral Health Coordinator and Interpreting Services Coordinator, Promise Community Health CenterMichelle’s experiences serving as an interpreter for her parents sparked her passion for providing quality interpreting and translation services for Spanish-speaking families.
A true resident of the world, Dr. Gonzalez has studied or taught in more than five countries.
Professor Douglas Anderson is an experienced nonprofit executive who desires to set an example of service for his students.
Lab Relations Manager, Diaceutics Inc.Justin’s work as a laboratory account manager increases communication among a patient’s health care team and helps patients receive the correct treatment faster.
TheatreMaddie attended Northwestern’s Theatre Camp as a high school student. Now she’s majoring in theatre and learning how her art glorifies God.
Dr. Varpness views his chemistry research as an opportunity to understand the intricacies of God’s creation.
NEXT ProgramAs a student in Northwestern’s NEXT program, Daniel is learning valuable life skills to help him live and work independently.
Dr. Carlson’s passion for science is confirmed each time she—or one of her children—makes a discovery about the world God created.
Professor Ann Minnick connects her students to area nonprofits so they can use their PR and marketing skills to serve others.
Dr. Julie Dragstra enjoys shaping the future of nursing in her classroom while also working as an on-call hospice nurse.
Voucher Support Specialist, Helpline Center and Assistant Minister, Messiah Lutheran ChurchA humanities degree allowed Jordan to take courses in a variety of disciplines prior to seminary, equipping her to serve within church walls and beyond.
Investigator/Mitigation Specialist, Capital Collateral Regional Counsel–NorthMeridyth is using her psychology degree to pursue justice for prisoners on death row.
English teacher, Liberty High SchoolA high school English teacher, Schuyler views her work as an opportunity to teach students that their lives and their stories matter.
Sports managementBecca's internship with a minor league basketball team has allowed her to practice team management skills in the real world.
MusicAs a future band director, Austin hopes to share his love for music with students and show them that music can be so much more than notes on a page.
Computer Science, Math & ChemistryChau enrolled at Northwestern as a nonbeliever but came to faith after seeing students, faculty and staff model what it meant to follow Christ.
SpanishA campus leader who competes in track and has served as an admissions ambassador and resident assistant, Isaac hopes to become a teacher, helping to change others’ perspectives and being a role model for Hispanic young people.
Elementary EducationCade has been pushed to be the best man he can be at Northwestern, and he desires to do the same as a teacher and coach.
M.S., Physician Assistant StudiesA first-generation college student who is the daughter of Russian immigrants, Sonia seeks to provide health care for underserved communities.
Exercise ScienceMegan joined Northwestern’s athletic performance staff, serving as a strength and conditioning intern for the Raider softball team.
Dr. Monsma’s travels have allowed him to experience cultural contexts around the world, posing new questions about his own culture and how it has shaped him.
Director of Children’s and Family Ministries, Asbury ChurchHeather’s ministry experiences while a student at Northwestern prepared her for both the joys and challenges of children’s faith formation.
Elementary educationHaley credits early classroom placements as excellent preparation for her student teaching experience.
Business-FinanceBrian took classes in his business/finance major his first semester on campus, confirming his aptitude for that field
Mental Health Practitioner, Minnesota Adult & Teen ChallengeKeaton seeks to meet clients’ holistic needs during psychotherapy sessions, providing comfort and healing to individuals struggling with drug and alcohol use.
Molecular biosciences graduate student, Washington State UniversityColin’s biochemistry degree set him up for success as a graduate research fellow and future scientist.
Executive Intake Assistant, Office of Inspector GeneralNoah is channeling his zeal for making a difference as an assistant in Nebraska’s Office of Inspector General.
Dr. Jason Lief values teaching youth ministers and Christian educators the significance of popular culture within the context of faith.
Medical Social Worker, Mary Greeley Medical CenterIn her work as a medical social worker, Madison strives to show compassion and acceptance to every patient she encounters.
Graphic DesignMason gained valuable hands-on experience in design, customer service and e-commerce while interning with a custom apparel company in Orange City.
Enjoy and invest in the students, faculty and staff around you. So many people here are not just willing, but excited, to pour into and invest in you. Be sure to take advantage of the incredible relationships this community offers!
Find ways to get involved on campus and make friends within several different spheres. College is a great time to try new things and get outside of your comfort zone. Work hard on your schoolwork, but practice effective time management so you can spend time doing things you enjoy.
Don’t take your time at NWC for granted. You’ll form friendships and relationships that will last the rest of your life. Be involved with as much as possible!
Absolutely get involved. This is most likely your last chance in life to experience all different kinds of activities and environments.
Find a way or method that works best for you when it comes to studying and time management, since it’s not the same for everyone. Make sure you keep up with your schoolwork, but set time aside for friends and other activities that you want to be involved in.
Take advantage of all the great opportunities you have as a student at Northwestern. Get involved and don’t be afraid to step out of your comfort zone, because that helps you grow as a person!
Business AdministrationTy appreciates the business administration major’s versatility—covering content in a variety of areas while helping students develop essential workplace skills.
Political ScienceStudying political science at a Christian college has helped Aaron challenge and affirm his personal beliefs.
Applied Design and EntrepreneurshipSpending a semester studying in Italy helped Chloe expand her worldview and grow in confidence.
Computer ScienceSonu seeks to use his computer science degree to help improve others’ lives.
Social EnterpriseJillian is one of the first to pursue a degree in social enterprise, using her gifts as an advocate to make a difference on campus and in her community.
Social Work and Spanish-English Translation and InterpretationA future social worker, Stephanie hopes to serve her neighbors as they navigate difficult circumstances.
SpanishElla’s study of the Spanish language has opened doors to new relationships and opportunities to share the gospel.
Software EngineeringA future software developer, Parker says the challenge and support offered by Northwestern’s computer science faculty provide a great environment for learning.
AccountingJenee felt well prepared for her summer accounting internship with John Deere because of Northwestern’s standout education.
Physics EducationCaroline chose Northwestern because of its close-knit community, and as she prepares to be a math and physics teacher, she seeks to work at a smaller school where she can have similar close connections with students.
Agricultural BusinessWith a well-rounded Northwestern education and the extensive hands-on experiences Kaylynn has received as an agribusiness major, she is preparing to continue her family’s legacy of helping to feed the world through a career in agriculture.
SociologyA double major in sociology and psychology, Caitlin appreciates how her classes view social problems through a Christian lens.
StatisticsStatistics major Hailey Louw values the real-world experience and spiritual emphasis her professors bring to the classroom.
Biology/GeneticsAnnika’s research experiences in Northwestern’s labs and SEA-PHAGES are preparing her for graduate school.
Business Administration/MarketingNorthwestern’s faith-based curriculum has shown Brandon how marketing can be a tool for promoting values and social justice.
Spanish-English Translation and InterpretationNorthwestern helped Linsy see being bilingual as a gift and showed her the career possibilities available as a medical and court interpreter.
Actuarial ScienceA gifted mathematician, Ryan values the wisdom and experience of his professors, and plans to apply his actuarial knowledge in the life insurance sector.
Business Administration/ManagementTeagen is passionate about business, and he loves learning about the topic from professors who also convey that passion.
Biblical and Theological StudiesAs she prepares for a career in ministry, Emily has found growth, affirmation and encouragement while grappling with some of the most deeply complex questions of the faith.
Biology/Secondary EducationObserving his Northwestern professors and coaches in action is one way that Marshall is preparing to be a standout high school science teacher and coach.
Biology-Ecological ScienceAn internship helped Garrett pursue his career goals in wildlife and fisheries science. While graduate school may be in his future, eventually he hopes to work as a state or federal wildlife biologist.
Business Administration/International Business and Political ScienceNoah has almost as many majors as he has career possibilities. He’s interested in law school and then working in international or corporate law. Other potential employers could be the State Department or National Security Agency, a global trade company, or a Christian nonprofit organization.
BiochemistryDominick’s experiences as a member of a student and faculty research team will help prepare him for the next steps in a healthcare career.
Dr. John Vonder Bruegge is known for his love of the New Testament and encourages experiences that allow for academic challenges and growth.
Psychology teacher, Washington High SchoolFor her innovative instructional strategies, passion for teaching, and compassionate heart, Alison was selected as one of 40 national recipients of the prestigious Milken Educator Award in 2019–20.
Christian Education/Youth Ministry and Worship ArtsEven as she is learning about youth ministry and worship arts, Celina is getting practical experiences—serving as a mentor for high school students and as a member of the college's chapel worship team.
Biology-Health ProfessionsTaylor appreciates how Northwestern sets high academic standards that will prepare her well for medical school.
Membership services executive, Denver NuggetsJosh turned his love for sports into a career.
Language arts teacher, Akron-Westfield High SchoolAt Northwestern, Victor felt professors treated him as more of a colleague than a student. He strives to do the same as he teaches a variety of English and writing courses.
M.D. and M.P.H. student, Rush UniversityLaura was a triple major at Northwestern who took advantage of cross-cultural experiences in Nebraska, Nicaragua and Ecuador. She is now pursuing a joint M.D. and master’s degree in public health with a goal of becoming a family medicine physician.
Physical education teacher and coach, Storm Lake ElementaryAt Northwestern, Stephan found a connection to youth he didn't know he had. With the help of professors, he became a teacher and coach who shapes the next generation of students and athletes.
Event designer, The Event CompanyNatalie works with corporations and nonprofits from around the country, designing events to help them support their missions and reach their goals.
Dr. Fan Fei shows his passion for economics through his excitement in the classroom and the many economic research projects he’s completed.
Child life specialist, Seattle Children's HospitalRachel uses her therapy skills and knowledge of child development to help kids cope with the stress of being hospitalized.
Dr. Emily Grace is passionate about her research on physics pedagogy, faith integration and physics hardware.
Dr. James Mead thrives on Old Testament teachings and helping students understand, enjoy and learn from all parts of the Bible.
Elementary educationAllison says her Northwestern education prepared her to be and effective and equipped teacher.
Dr. Angela Holt directs Northwestern’s Symphonic Band, Jazz Band and wind ensembles, while also teaching instrumental music education.
President Greg Christy created new strategies and adopted a new mission, vision, diversity and Christian identity to help the college stand out.
Elementary educationAn elementary education major, Whitney realizes that teaching involves more than knowing the curriculum. Just as important is letting students know they are loved, capable and worthy.
HistoryColin's lifelong love of history has led him to want to bring the past to life for students.
Dr. Laird Edman involves students in research focused on the cognitive science of religion.
Dr. Chris Nonhof builds relationships with students in and out of the classroom.
Graduate student, Kent State UniversityInspired by her NWC professors, Tetta aspires to be a professor of scenic design after earning her master’s degree.
Kris Korver is passionate about helping his students and athletes become who God calls them to be.
Accounting & Finance Manager, Great Waters FinancialChris views his financial oversight role as an opportunity to support the service and mission of the financial planning firm where he works.
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.
Medical student, University of Chicago Pritzker School of MedicineAlison's action-packed academic career was filled with opportunities to think critically about biology and chemistry, which has served her well as she transitions into life as a medical student.
Drew Schmidt is enthusiastic about his love of church, education and the arts, and he enjoys helping students follow their passions.
Social WorkHayden hopes to serve as an advocate for people in need, aiming to improve their lives and circumstances.
Software engineering analyst, AccentureMeredith's summer internship with Accenture gave her confidence in her decision to begin a full-time career there.
Dr. Sara Sybesma Tolsma and her students are researching which chemicals in plants stop or slow the growth of cancer cells—and how.
Martha Draayer encourages intercultural student development by mentoring, supporting and teaching students from underrepresented groups.
Dr. Michael Kugler is known for making history come alive.
Hospice and palliative medicine fellow, University of WisconsinThe knowledge, confidence and experiences Emily gained at Northwestern fueled her journey to become a physician.
Greta Grond enjoys working with students on their research projects and seeing the results of their hard work.
Kendall Stanislav helps connect students with internship and study abroad opportunities, and assists them through the job search process.
Vice President, Communications Strategy GroupBrianna found her niche through the many “real-world” experiences Northwestern's public relations program offers.
Public RelationsJadeyn hopes to work in event planning and fundraising, with her sights set on one day starting a nonprofit to assist people who have been rescued from human trafficking.
Randy Van Peursem offers students the science support they need to succeed and models the encouragement and love of Christ.
Dr. Heeg not only challenges her students in the classroom, but she provides them with many hands-on experiences off campus as well.
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.
Dr. Jennifer Feenstra involves students in her research on volunteerism and service-learning.
Assistant family teacher, Boys TownJerel works with at-risk children and families, providing them with the support and education they need to succeed.
Theatre and business administrationCorrie combined her love for theatre and business administration through her internship with Omaha Performing Arts.
Director of basketball sport performance, East Tennessee State UniversityAs a student volunteer, Tyler designed training programs for the Raider men’s basketball team. His experience and skills led to work with the University of Texas Longhorns and East Tennessee State University.
EducationCourtney describes her student teaching experience as "life-changing."
Kyle Ochsner develops and oversees the strength and conditioning programs for many of Northwestern’s athletic teams.
NursingJacob became interested in health care at a young age, as both his mother and grandmother were nurses. Through their examples, he realized that he, too, enjoys helping people be physically, mentally and spiritually healthy.
Kirsten Brue encourages students to gain experience in their chosen career field.
Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Nebraska-LincolnJordan combined two passions—insects and the outdoors—when he decided to earn a doctoral degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Eric Anderson uses his combination of financial knowledge and care for students to help families find strategies to make Northwestern affordable.
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.
Piet Koene has elite certification and experience as a courtroom interpreter.
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.
Psychology and public relationsEmily utilized her psychology major and public relations minor during an internship with the American Medical Association in Chicago.
Freelance music producer, SoundReserveAndrew founded a music production company in Nashville, Tennessee, after graduating from Northwestern. In addition to composing and producing music, he also plays keyboard for a classic rock band that performs onboard Holland America cruise ships.
Oncology nurse, University of Iowa HospitalAs an oncology nurse, Sarah cares for patients' emotional and spiritual health as well as their physical needs.
Head wrestling coach Rik Dahl enjoys building relationships with students, extending grace, and encouraging them through life.
First-grade teacherAs a freshman at Northwestern, Courtney was already spending time in school classrooms as part of her education classes, which helped confirm her desire to become a teacher and coach.
Bilingual Behavioral Health Therapist, Promise Community Health CenterOsiris’ passion for art allows her to provide holistic and innovative care to therapy patients from diverse backgrounds.
Veterinary student, Iowa State UniversityWith the help of Northwestern's science professors, Alex is on her way to her dream career as a veterinarian.
Dr. Kim Jongerius sees math as both art and language and encourages students to communicate mathematics effectively.
Biology–health professionsPerkins' internship with an animal health company combined his business and biology knowledge.
Biology-health professions and chemistryAlison spent a semester studying how to improve the quality of care for hospitalized patients.
Dr. David Arnett sees God through nature, science and loving action—all of which have added to his understanding of what it means to live a Christian life.
Biology-health professionsAn aspiring physician assistant, Shelby's internship in a research lab will strengthen her application for graduate school.
Chemistry Instructor, Veritas Preparatory AcademyWith 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.
Dr. Sally Oakes Edman helps students work through problems, find healing and wholeness, and eliminate obstacles to healthy functioning.
Executive director, Atlas: LincolnTaking what he’d learned about the impact of listening to peoples’ stories, Brody pursued a career focused on community development.
Public relations and marketingAnna says her Northwestern classes "perfectly aligned" with the skills required for her internship.
Litigation Associate, Stinson LLPConnor’s Northwestern education led to a verdict of “accepted” at six law schools.
RN, post-surgical unit, Mayo ClinicDevin works with some of the world’s best surgeons and teams at the Mayo Clinic.
Graduate student, Embry-Riddle UniversityAbigail is pursuing a master’s degree in security and intelligence studies as preparation for a career in counterterrorism.
DNA specialist, Kansas Bureau of InvestigationZach completed a master’s degree at Michigan State University and has now begun a career in forensic science.
AccountingSadikshya's internship with a large nonprofit organization allowed her to assist with a variety of accounting procedures.
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 a career as a research scientist.
Police officer, Urbandale Police DepartmentCollin's Northwestern education, paired with an internship with the Urbandale, Iowa, Police Department, launched his career in law enforcement.
Law School Student, University of South Dakota Knudson School of LawShanell’s internship with the U.S. State Department led to a job in Washington, D.C., which provided her hands-on experience that now supports her law school studies.
Social media coordinator, Lutheran Church of HopeAli has always had an eye for design, and with a little encouragement from Northwestern’s art professors and Career Development Center, she chose to pursue her creative passions as a career.
Political science and criminal justiceShanell's internship with the U.S. State Department led to a capital job offer.
Staff accountant, Gronewold, Bell, Kyhnn & Co.Evan's success on the golf course parlayed itself into a job as an accountant in his hometown.
Applications programmer, Interstates Control Systems Inc.Jonathan employs his computer science skills to help build control systems for a wide variety of industrial facilities, designing and building interfaces for operators to use in their businesses.
ChemistryNorthwestern science and lab courses proved beneficial for Abigail during her internship in a quality control lab.
Exercise scienceCole gained valuable hands-on coaching experience through his internship with the University of Nebraska–Lincoln's strength and conditioning team.
Public relationsPassionate about community and communications, Adebola put her public relations skills to use with Orange City Arts.
PsychologyAn aspiring occupational therapist, Rebekah’s compassion and skillset led her to an internship with L’Arche Chicago.
Public relationsPassionate about communications and history, Kendra brought the two together during her internship at The Durham Museum.
Economics and business administration–financeCarter put his business skills to practice during a California internship.
Art/graphic designLauren channeled her creativity during an internship with an advertising and marketing agency.
Computer Science and HistoryNorthwestern’s size and sense of community led Landon here, but it's the faculty and learning opportunities that continue to impress him as a student. Right now, Landon is considering grad school to become a history professor.
Exercise scienceKessandra describes her internship with the Ultimate Fighting Championship Performance Institute in Las Vegas as "the dream."
AccountingTyler says he gained valuable experience in business through his internship with Battery Systems Inc.
Graduate student, Princeton SeminaryA Christian and a scholar. That’s the label Steven is aiming for, so he’s building on the strong start he got at Northwestern as a divinity student at Princeton Theological Seminary.
Political science and historyTyler says his internship with the City of Chicago Department of Law affirmed his aspirations of being a lawyer.
Sport managementBlake's sport management internship work ranged from marketing events to working with athletes and adaptive sports.
Business administration-financeJoey advanced his business skills through an internship with a well-known insurance and finance company.
Public relationsConnor utilized his public relations skills in his work with an agency that specializes in professional sports.
Business administration–marketingDiviya's internship with an indoor outlet mall offered her the opportunity to work on several marketing projects.
Business administration–agricultural businessBrett's internship at a bank gave him hands-on experience in working with agricultural loans.
Social work and theatreKasandra says she grew professionally and personally through her internship with a transitional housing program in Denver.
Business administration-financeNoah credits Northwestern for preparing him well for his internship with a financial services company.
Attorney, Brown Immigration LawJenna discovered her passion for social justice during her Spanish classes at Northwestern. Now her career is focused on immigration law.
Biology-Health ProfessionsWhen looking at career options, Samantha discovered her love for math and science align with the skills needed for biomedical engineering.
Director of Community Engagement, Intersection Ministries & Director of Communications & Church Engagement, Movement West MichiganLaura’s work with a nonprofit and bilingual church involves equipping the greater church to serve as ambassadors of Christ’s hope.
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.
Dr. Valerie Stokes provides students with a safe, encouraging environment in which she shares real-life examples from her own therapeutic practice.
Manager, PACU and Patient Center, Sanford HealthThe 2020 Patricia Van Wyhe Nurse of the Year award recipient at Sanford Health Sioux Falls, Alex is known for an uplifting attitude and a calm, caring demeanor.
ChemistryKip appreciates the academic rigor of Northwestern’s science curriculum and feels it will set him apart on his journey to become an orthopedic surgeon.
Business AdministrationWith the hands-on experience Karlveon has received as a business administration major and entrepreneurship minor, he feels well prepared to become a real estate agent in the Phoenix area following graduation.
BiophysicsA biophysics major, Dylan says his professors have helped him understand that the learning process is more important than any grade he might receive.
Graphic DesignFaith’s experiences as an art student have given her versatility in multiple art forms, styles and techniques. In the future, she hopes to illustrate children’s books for a Christian publishing company.
English TeachingMadelynn Harre is an English teaching major with a heart for words and exploring God’s world. She appreciates how her English courses have widened her perspective on diverse cultural backgrounds.
Criminal JusticeWrestling brought Manuel to Northwestern, where he is majoring in criminal justice and preparing to become a probation officer.
MathematicsStudying math has strengthened Steven’s faith and taught him how to identify sound reasoning and false assumptions—skills that will be useful not only in his future career as a physician, but also in life.
Secondary EducationThe many field experiences Lydia has had as a secondary education major have helped her feel prepared for the day she’ll have her own classroom.
A licensed CPA, Vonda Post is committed to teaching her students how to think like accountants and understand the “why” behind accounting principles.
Public Relations and MarketingA campus tour guide who remembered her when she returned to Northwestern for a second visit is one of the reasons Emily decided to transfer to NWC. Even though she transferred in the middle of a school year, she found it easy to make friends and get involved.
Public relations and historyWilliam's internship in a museum marketing department allowed him to combine his passions for history and public relations.
English TeachingThough she is 9,000 miles from home, international student Elyssa has found a second family at Northwestern as she prepares to become an English teacher.
PsychologyAn aspiring art therapist, Amelia appreciates her psychology professors’ support of her research and believes she will be well prepared for grad school.
Worship ArtsJames Stoscher values the time he and fellow worship arts majors spend studying Scripture and its more practical applications. In the future, he plans to lead worship at a local church and direct band or choir at a school.
SpanishTrey is preparing for a career in missions by enhancing his language skills and building relationships with students from all walks of life.
Physical EducationA two-sport all-conference athlete, Emily looks forward to becoming a physical education teacher so she can inspire children to become more active.