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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.
Nepal native Prashansha Maharjan ’20 is managing editor of Concordia’s literary magazine Ascent.
An internship at CentraCare in St. Cloud during the COVID-19 crisis has equipped Jordan Lothert ’20 with skills he can apply throughout his future career in healthcare.
Keaton Erickson ’20 has prepared for his next journey in medical school by working at Sanford Health and finding invaluable mentors at Concordia.
From her roles on Concordia’s National Alumni Board to the Board of Regents, Katie (Corwin) Hasbargen ’95 understands the importance of giving back.
The University of North Dakota medical school class of 2023 includes 10 Cobbers, totaling nearly one-seventh of the class.
Like all major life transitions, adjusting to life after college is no exception.
Passionate about education and global studies, Allison Ross ’19 has used her double major at Concordia to travel to Tanzania, student teach in an ELL classroom, and start conversations about globalization.
In just one example of the strong Concordia community, alumni shared advice and their experiences with current students at Careers Connecting Cobbers.
Experiencing the business world in and beyond the classroom