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Why Spend Your Summer Break at Camp

Need to gain experience over the summer? Working at a Bible camp is a life-changing experience, grounded in faith, that prepares you in unexpected ways for your desired vocation.

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Living the Eco-Life

We sat down with Mariah Norell ’19, a music and global studies double major, to learn more about what it’s like living in Concordia’s EcoHouse.

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Inside Access

Community Access Scholarship awardee Innocent Nsengiyumva ’22 is learning what it means to be a Cobber.

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Access to Opportunity

After a unique path to college, Sofia Perez '22 is jumping headfirst into the Cobber life.

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From Nutrition Counseling to Corporate Counsel

A dietetics internship launched a career that would take Katie Lee Rizzo ’95 across the country, to numerous professional fields and, finally, back to Fargo as an attorney for Sanford Health.

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Career Connections

In just one example of the strong Concordia community, alumni shared advice and their experiences with current students at Careers Connecting Cobbers.

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#SKOLCOBBS

Meet Brandon Zylstra '15, a wide receiver for the Minnesota Vikings.

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Connecting Passion With Mission

Erica Johnsrud ’10 uses her passion for creating connections in her position as the development director at the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Red River Valley.

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A Place for the Curious

Whether it’s on campus in the new Integrated Science Center or across the country at the Scripps Research Institute in California, Kenneth David ’21 is taking advantage of every opportunity to perform high-level research.

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Partnership in Port Au Prince

When Concordia students arrived at the TeacHaiti School of Hope in May 2018, its massive gates sealed off the sound of people selling wares and small vehicles racing down the potholed streets of Port-au-Prince.

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