Solomon Egbeama ’15 got amazing results after revising his résumé through adult and graduate studies career services.
Through Bethel’s center for customized training, James Lovaas, director, is forging new partnerships through instruction at local businesses.
Edoarda Perez ’14 (center) found a job through connections with Kelly Ball (left), vice president at Pathfinders Advertising and Matthew Stackowicz (right), Bethel’s director of career services.
Alumnus Darin Shrock ’06, CEO of the nonprofit Awake & Alive, survived a plane hijacking on his way home from Ethiopia.
Kimmi New is the first member of 2CU, a bold, innovative program that provides a Christian education at a state school cost.
Alumnus Zachary Gills ’13 is training future leaders through the Rev. Billy Kirk scholar leadership program.
Partnership opens new doors for student recreation.
Caleb Bislow ’00 writes about extreme missions in his new book.
On Feb. 2, the Bethel College career services office hosted a career and internship fair in the Wiekamp Athletic Center.
Some area students got to experience live theater for the first time on Feb. 13, during a morning matinee of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s “The Sound of Music” at Bethel.