Carrie Silkey's experiences as a parent inspired her decision to become a school psychologist.
Being a school psychologist means advocating for students to receive the best education possible and supporting their success.
"Teaching is a melody that holds the other parts of who I see myself together," says Alverno professor Carole Barrowman.
At PEARLS for Teen Girls, Cassidy Korpela '19 helps girls become their best selves.
Joselin Rodriguez Santiago is preparing for a career in STEM and learning health care interpretation to serve her community.
Two generations of Alverno Strong women know that perseverance is power.
Alverno student and Bowman Scholar Dorian Tellis is dedicated to restorative justice and practices.
Double alumna Kelley Hickman is a born entrepreneur.
What if you could complete a four-year degree in three years (or less)? That's what Alverno Accelerate offers.
No matter where you are and where you want to go, new Alverno programs will get you there.
Alverno's Pivot Your Skills Pathways allows professionals like Jessica Sanchez '17 to develop new skills.
Peace Corps service inspired Lauren to pursue a nursing career, and Alverno's DEMSN will help her get there.