Every time commencement comes around again we like to celebrate our graduates and highlight a few of their success stories before they walk across the stage. They're moving on in their careers, but they will always be a Redhawk.
First Professional Pilot Cohort Ready to Take to the Skies
The very first professional pilot cohort is getting ready to walk the stage. Tyler Lofton is one of them. He's taking his talents to the Cape Girardeau Regional Airport to become a flight instructor and ensure students continue to get the best aviation education in the southeast Missouri region. Read more about Tyler's first step in his career.
Southeast Graduate Begins Career at St. Louis Children’s Hospital
Aubrey West has a passion for mental and behavioral health. West will graduate with a degree in child and family studies, then she's taking her passions to Saint Louis Children's Hospital to become a mental health coach. Read more about Aubrey's first step in her career.
Environmental Science Major Inspired to Dig Into Missouri Region
Jack Parks has always had a passion for the environment. He wants to make a positive impact with is career. After landing an internship with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, he realize that his home state was the perfect place to start. Read more about Jack's first step in his career.
Southeast Double Major Puts Finance and Economics to Work for Deutsche Bank
Tanatswa Musunda is heading to the Big Apple. After graduating with a double major in finance and economics, Musunda will start her career with Deutsche Bank in New York City. With some networking with faculty turning into conferences and internship opportunities, she's feeling prepared to head into the corporate work. Read more about Tanatswa's first step in her career.
Zobrist Uses Internship at Southeast to Land Cybersecurity Research Job
Trevor Zobrist worked hard in college to take advantage of opportunities, including landing an important internship. Eventually, he turned that internship into a lucrative job opportunity. Read more about Trevor's first step in his career.