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.
In an effort to provide continuing education and development to the Bethel community, the center for customized training recently launched a series of webinars called the Bethel College Lifelong Learning Series.
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Janna R. McLean, Ph.D., became the dean of arts and sciences on July 1, replacing Tom Visker, P.E.D., who transitioned to a new role as Bethel’s athletic director. “Dr. McLean is a wonderful fit for Bethel College,” says Barb Bellefeuille, Ed.D., vice president for academic services. “She has extensive experience in higher education leadership and combines her academic qualifications with her desire to mentor students and faculty. Her outlook on life is relaxed and fun, but she is serious about the blending of faith and learning in college life.”
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Bethel is excited to welcome Rick Munroe, CFRE, as the new vice president of institutional advancement.
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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.
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