Career Services

 
Student Outcome After Graduation
Within one year of graduating from BW,
90% of graduates responding to a Career Services survey report being employed or in graduate school.
First Destination Status for:
Class of 2012

INTERNSHIP TO JOB: Nicholas Snyder ’13, scored a competitive internship with Disney his senior year followed by a job offer within a year. Today, he is putting his digital media & design major to use in creating promotional material.

REACHING HIS GOAL VIA RESEARCH: With his sights set on medical school, biology major Nate Parker ’12, from Nashville interned at the National Institute of Child Health & Human Development in Maryland. He later was named a post-baccalaureate research fellow there.

More Alumni Success Profiles

Sarah Belkofer '06, wins Teacher of Year

Troy Gerspacher '97, in Crain's 40 Under 40

Clint Needham '04, Wins Prestigious Fellowship


 

Alumni Career Success

Strong academics, impressive internship and hands-on learning opportunities, personalized mentoring and more...Baldwin Wallace prepares students for post-graduation success. A few examples of recent employment and graduate school news includes:

Class of 2013

Jennifer Evans (pre-physical therapy/public health) is pursuing a doctorate in physical therapy at Ohio State University.

Jeremy Harris (pre-physical therapy/athletic training) is working towards a doctorate in physical therapy at the University of Pittsburgh.

Jessica McClarren (chemistry) is at medical school at Ohio University.

Morgan McHale (education) is a teacher resident at the Academy for Urban School Leadership in Chicago.

Patrick Messenger (public relations) is a PR/outreach manager at Digital Third Coast.

Jacalyn Rimkas (business administration) is an accounting analyst at Eaton Corp. 

Natalie Robbins (exercise science) is pursuing a master's degree in clinical exercise at the University of Wisconsin.

Class of 2012

Adam Assink (chemistry) is a chemist at PPG Industries.

Katie Battaglia (international studies/Spanish) is an English teacher in the Czech Republic.

Jeremy Bible (computer information) is a software quality assurance analyst at Sherwin-Williams.

Daniel Borato (business administration) is an HR coordinator at Alexander Mann Solutions.

Hannah Bronson (music therapy) went from intern to employee at MusicWorx/Resounding Joy Inc. in San Diego.

Alyssa Cook (Spanish/education) is an officer with U.S. Navy, having graduated from US. Navy's Officer Candidate School.

Lisa Ferian (English) is an account executive and digital/social media manager at Corky Thacker Communications.

Ashley Freytag (French/international studies) is a missionary in Sengal as part of the Fellowship of Evangelical Churches.

Monica Gustin (sport management) went from intern to employee at the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission.

Cory Isler (music liberal arts) is assistant to the manager of choruses at The Cleveland Orchestra.

Natalie Johnson (business administration) is an operations analyst at PNC Bank.

Krissy Lahman (chemistry) is a chemist at AkzoNobel.

Kevin Lavin (education) is teaching sixth grade math at Orchard Middle School in Solon.

Jaclyn Lee (combined BA/MBA accounting) went from intern to employee at Deloitte & Touche LLP.

Flavio Machiavelli (business administration/marketing/ finance/management) is working for Sherwin-Williams in Brazil.

Nate Parker (biology) went from intern to post-baccalaureate research fellow at the National Institute of Child Health & Human Development in Maryland.

Kris Smeage (political science/international studies) is in France after receiving a French Government Teaching Assistantship for 2013-14.

Shanae Sparks (business administration) is a financial processor at Sherwin-Williams.

Nathaniel Stevens (theatre) is a literary manager for Florida Studio Theatre.

Stephen Toth (chemistry) is working at the Centers for Disease Control in Georgia.

Julie Tuck (chemistry) is attending Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) for its three-year Pharm.D. program.

Julia Young (music therapy) is a music therapist at Bridges of Indiana.

Class of 2011

Katelynn Carver (history) is an admissions representative at Harvard University.

Megan Jones (economics) is a student services representative for International Studies Abroad.

Samantha Mucha (Spanish/political science/international studies) is a law school student at Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and is a law clerk at Spangenbert, Shibley & Liber, LLP.

Alan Noll (neuroscience/biology) is a medial student at Tulane University School of Medicine.

Angela Palmentera (chemistry) is an RN at University Hospitals.

Dana Rasmussen (international studies/German) is pursuing a law degree at the University of Virginia.

Peggy Searcy (communication disorders) is a speech-language pathologist with the Parma City School District.

Michael Zavosky (finance) is a banking specialist at Ohio Commerce Bank.

 

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