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The Union College occupational therapy assistant program prepares students for a top health care support career in just two years.
Isaac Lindsay is excited to graduate so that as a nurse, he can make a difference in the lives of people who are going through difficult times. Learn more about the Union College nursing program.
Arin Beyer remembers the anxiety. He couldn’t eat. He couldn’t sleep. The 23-year-old was about to begin the first shift after orientation training when he would truly be on his own as a nursing professional.…
As soon as she started working as a tutor at nearby College View Academy, senior education major Daisy Alvarez knew she wanted to be a teacher. Union helped solidify her calling by giving Daisy many…
“My calling,” said Drew Mekelburg, “is to make this world a better place.” So, after graduating in 2016 from Union College with a degree in physical education, Drew took a job teaching P.E. at Belmont Elementary…
The path to finding a calling isn’t always a four-lane highway; sometimes it’s meandering and boulder-strewn. At least that’s how Spencer Curtis describes his journey. “My first year of college I was directionless,” he confessed,…
When Aaron Snelgrove graduated from Union with a nursing degree in May, finding a job was the last thing on his mind. He already had a dream job waiting for him at Kettering Hospital in…