EMU graduates are favored by grad schools, sought after by employers and prepared with skills for a lifetime. A number of factors make the difference. Learn more about how EMU shaped students for graduate and doctoral studies after EMU.
Your EMU degree communicates strong ethics and values and a desire to do meaningful work. Employers say they hire EMU grads because of their respect for others, academic preparedness, and top-notch communication and critical thinking skills.
Hevener is an auditor with Kearney & Company based in Arlington, Virginia, that serves the federal government. She manages six auditing projects for which she travels extensively, working with up to 50 clients in any given year.
In the eleven short years since graduating, Boodie has had some pretty sweet jobs: business coordinator for O, The Oprah Magazine, recruiter for Dreamworks, head of companies for Intern Sushi, and now co-founder and CEO of a tech startup.
Unruh, in her second year as a sixth-grade teacher at Hutchinson STEM Magnet School at Allen, Kansas, is the winner of the Kansas Horizon Award for top new teachers. The award is made by Kansas Commissioner of Education.
Shenk-Moreno'13 has a degree in international business from Eastern Mennonite University and is fluent in Spanish. He works with ProActive Tours, which books and guides international tours for club and college sports teams.
Rachel Wyse '10, a former freelance art designer for Facebook, works for a top ad agency in NYC.
Jonathan Nofziger manages the daily operation of clinical laboratories at several locations that are part of the Partnership for Research on Ebola Virus in Liberia, which is looking at long-term health effects of Ebola Virus Disease in survivors.
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Read the profiles of students below to learn more about how EMU prepared them for graduate studies in a wide variety of programs: