Alex Engelhardt, MBA ‘14, always had the goal of continuing her education. After completing her MBA, Engelhardt was promoted to Superintendent of Recreation at Fox Valley Special Recreation Association, where she implements knowledge and skills she learned from her time at AU.
Athletic training is one of many fields that require a level of testing or certification before graduates can officially begin their careers. And AU students have proven that they are ready to move into the professional world by ranking first in the state in Board of Certification (BOC) Pass Rates over the past three years.
U’s study abroad program gives students the opportunity to travel while also earning academic credit during break. This summer, AU will offer 3 to 10 week programs in a variety of locations, including Costa Rica, Quebec/Canada, France, Germany, Spain and Italy.
Univision recently featured Antonio Contreras, BS ‘15, in a segment about his success in becoming a teacher as a first generation college graduate. Contreras credits his success in education, both as a student and professional, to two main factors: Golden Apple Scholars and Aurora University.
Did you know it can take a new graduate six to eight months to find a full-time job in his or her career field? That means if you are looking for a full-time job or internship at the end of the spring semester, you should start looking now.