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Teaching in Taiwan

Fulbright Scholar Alex Rankin ’19 was Concordia’s first student to graduate with a double major in Chinese and education, a program the college recently started offering.

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Collaboration in Chemistry

An undergraduate research opportunity analyzing enzymes led Zach Strickland ’21 to career aspirations and the essential skills to be a scientist.

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Career Goal Guidance

As a career coach in Concordia’s Career Center, Katie Burington ’11 helps guide Cobbers through the unknowns of life following graduation.

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A Natural Fit

As a naturalist intern for the Department of Natural Resources, Sally Nelson ’20 planned and led programs at state parks in Minnesota.

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Words That Work

A zeal for writing and learning guides Sonja Flancher ’20 as editor-in-chief of AfterWork, Concordia’s student-run literary and art journal.

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A Lifelong Language Villager

Anna Sprunger ’20 has attended Concordia Language Villages most of her life, developing an appreciation for cultures and creating connections with people from around the world.

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Navigating the News

As editor-in-chief of The Concordian, Annie Weier ’20 helps student journalists develop as storytellers and voice Cobbers’ stories.

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Leadership Leverage

Ethan Linder ’20 honed his leadership skills as a community relations intern at Sanford Health and president of Concordia’s Hockey Club.

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Engaging in Entrepreneurship

Max Mona ’21 helped find a solution for an international airport that led to a shuttle service for consumers.

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Growing in Communication

From the West Coast to the Upper Midwest, Allie Holt ’20 learned that moving out of her comfort zone opens up a world of opportunities.

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