Entries tagged with ‘CSL’
There’s no doubt about it – regardless if your student is looking to fill their summer months or seeking a permanent position after graduation – it’s a difficult time to nail down a job or internship. Without a job on the horizon, many students may spend their hours staring at a computer screen trolling for […]
The Center for Servant Leadership (CSL) is a place on campus where students can explore the big questions such as how you will “Make Your Life Count” and the everyday questions about how to become more involved in the Gustavus community. The CSL focuses on the whole person including mind, body and spirit and includes […]
Kristina Fosse '13 is serving in the Peace Corps in China, where she is teaching English as a foreign language at a political science and law university in Lanzhou.
Sarah Hund ’13 is barely nine months removed from her undergraduate experience at Gustavus Adolphus College, but she is already reaping the benefits of the liberal arts education she received. Hund is now enrolled in law school at the University of Oregon and feels she has successfully made the transition thanks in large part to the wide range of academic opportunities she had at Gustavus as an English major and history and biology minor.
The Alumni Mentoring Program at Gustavus Adolphus College allows students to grow personally and professionally through a relationship with a Gustavus alumnus. The program is also helping Gustavus students obtain desirable jobs at prestigious companies immediately after graduation.
Gustavus biology major Erin Clark '14 has spent the month of January interning for World Altering Medicine, a non-profit organization co-founded by Gustavus alumnus Dr. Dan Dewey '93.
Gustavus students Elizabeth Johnson '14, Ellen Krueger '14, and Will Metcalf '15 have spent the month of January interning in Sweden through the new Wallenberg Scholars Program.
Dr. Dan Dewey received the 2013 Gustavus Adolphus College Association of Congregations and Alumni Service Award. Dewey is recognized for his vision and leadership in co-founding World Altering Medicine, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing medical care for needy patients in resource poor areas of the developing world.
An article in the November 2013 edition of The Lutheran magazine features the Gustavus Career Development office and the College's Alumni Mentoring Program.
Applying to graduate and professional school takes many months of hard work, but Gustavus students find support from faculty, staff, and peers to help them through the process of furthering their education. While many seniors at Gustavus are busy donning professional outfits for job interviews and diligently updating their LinkedIn accounts, a smaller number of […]