During her time at Bridgewater College, Clarissa Sanders ’14 discovered that public history was the passion she truly wanted to explore.
John F. Siple, one of the College’s early graduates in 1884, took a specialized business course that focused on penmanship instruction. During his career, the expert penman was commended for his work in a number of publications.
After completing an internship at Walt Disney World during her sophomore year, Rachel Schildwachter Hillman ’10 went on to land a job planning events at the renowned vacation destination.
Bridgewater College students who take the Professional Practices art class say it should be required for all majors, as it teaches skills necessary for life after college.
Tabitha Pryor Corradi ’07 received guidance from her Bridgewater College advisor on how to translate her passions into a career.
Morgan Keplinger ’13 is breaking ground where few other women have succeeded: as the new head coach of the boys soccer team at Smithsburg High School in Washington County, Md.
Flory Fellows expand their horizons by participating in the Oxford Experience, during which they enroll in specialized tutorials within their academic field and work one-on-one with an Oxford University faculty member.
Bridgewater College’s master of science in athletic training students immerse themselves in the world of patient-centered care.
Athletic Director Curt Kendall—the winningest baseball coach in D-III history—says winning to him means helping players reach their potential.
Meet four recent Bridgewater College graduates who say their careers received a jump start thanks to their internships.