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Professional Development

Jonathan Allen ’19 reflects on his startup, year one

Jonathan Allen ’19 is not only looking back at his year at Oglethorpe, but also at his first year as a CEO. Before arriving on campus, Allen began a research platform, Gauge, which celebrated its anniversary of incorporation May 11. Allen left an internship at SalesLoft to fully pursue the venture, and throughout the academic year saw […]

PHOTOS: Atlanta employers meet future leaders at on-campus career fair

Every spring, Oglethorpe’s Atlanta Laboratory for Learning (A_LAB) hosts an on-campus career fair to give Oglethorpe students and alumni the opportunity to connect with recruiters from Atlanta’s top employers. Corporations and nonprofits of all sizes attend to find new talent for part-time and full-time positions and internships. This year, a record number of employers flocked […]

Summertime Series: The Atlanta Advantage

Oglethorpe students don’t have far to go for a world of opportunities. Here’s how a few of them took advantage this summer of all Atlanta has to offer… Heather Johnston ’17, a communications and rhetoric studies major, was accepted into a Summer Teach-In at the International Human Trafficking Institute (IHTI), a program of The National Center for […]

Practicing Medicine & Understanding Cancer Patients: A Biology Major’s Perspective

Biology major Nidha Jivan ’15 volunteered at the Emory Winship Cancer Institute in Atlanta as part of Cancer Cell Biology, a service learning class taught by Dr. Karen Schmeichel, professor of biology. Nidha’s service learning research paper was originally published in the Penn State Berks’ Undergraduate Journal of Service Learning & Community-Based Research, Volume 2, Fall 2013.   […]