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  School of the Arts:
Owner and Artistic Director, comedy club
Freelance Photo Stylist
Director of Theatre
Professor of Music
Artist and College Slide Librarian
Graphic Designer
  School of Education and Social Sciences:
Church Planter/Missionary
Social Work Case Manager
Graduate Student/ Teaching Assistant
Kindergarten Teacher
Professor of Family Studies
Abstinence Education Director
  School of Health and Natural Sciences:
Ranch Specialist/Financial Advisor
Nurse Practitioner/ Entrepreneur
Director of Parks and Recreation
Professor of Chemistry
Research Investigator, pharmaceuticals
General Manager, AA baseball
Wellness Coordinator, rehab center
Director of Recreation Commission
Pediatric Research Dietician
  School of Humanities:
Church Planter/Missionary
Attorney & Bank VP
Manager, global business development
Federal Public Defender
General Counsel and VP, network security company
Coordinator, urban initiative and Founder, "Forgotten Voices"
Director, non-profit Christian community
Foreign Language Area Studies fellow
Pastor of Student Ministries
Administrative Judge, state government
Dean of Students
Event Planner/ Entrepreneur
Prison Chaplain
Director of Music Production Company
Director of College Diversity
  School of Mathematics, Engineering, and Business:
Professor of Mathematics
Sales and Marketing Coordinator, Istanbul
Human Resources Manager
Graduate Student, Ph.D. program
President, global non-profit organization
Partner, accounting firm
Professor of Biostatistics
Computer Consultant/ Entrepreneur


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Career Profiles-Snapshots of Vocation

Vocation is a process shaped over time and through various experiences. As author Gerald Sittser describes it, "We learn by trying, by experimenting, by doing. Our call is inseparable from the journey. In one sense it IS the journey" (G. Sittser, The Will of God as a Way of Life).

While pursuing your journey at Messiah College, many individuals and resources are available to enrich your experience. The Career Center staff want to ensure that you know yourself, your world, and your options to serve. As you peruse the following alumni profiles, consider the process of "calling." You will notice some common themes as well as unique experiences. We hope these profiles help you consider your own emerging story.

For help in identifying your strengths and processing your options, please stop by the Career Center for Vocation and Development, located in The Commons, Eisenhower Campus Center, across from the Falcon Express. We look forward to working with you.

School of the Arts
School of Business, Education and Social Sciences
School of Science, Engineering and Health
School of the Humanities



Check out the latest phase of the Snapshots of Vocation project by viewing our video profiles section.


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