A report from Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce provides new insight into the positive return on investment of liberal arts colleges.
So far, Chicago native Aldontae Guess ’19 has felt right at home while volunteering in New York City. A piece of his heart, though, will always be found in Winona after taking part in the Countdown to College and First Generation Initiative programs.
Senior Danielle Franke was able to uniquely blend her biology and Spanish majors through an eight-week summer internship in Spain last summer. At a medical clinic in Spain, she received an invaluable clinical experience before she prepares to apply to medical school. It also allowed her to have a fully immersive experience as the only staff person who was as native English speaker.
Brian Tran has dreams of working on Wall Street. Before he could think about managing accounts at a large private investment firm, however, the first-year student knew where he wanted his time and attention to go two mornings out of the week: “Before you can invest in your future, you have to first invest in yourself.”
The inaugural class of the 3+2 Physician Assistant Program has begun its studies this fall. Working in collaboration with Mayo School of Health Sciences, the five-year accelerated program will allow undergraduates to have an immersive educational experience at several state-of-the-art facilities.