Having already interned through five different organizations (UBS Wealth Management, World Relief Boise, The Idaho Republican Party, Teneo Holdings and the Office of Senator Mike Crapo), Kelsey Koberg, a senior double major in business and communication, has a lot of experience with opportunity and advice on how to take advantage of it.
NNU’s concurrent credit program is “a bridge to college,” explains Matthew Fraley, language and cultural studies concurrent credit advisor and instructor. “No matter what institution students attend—NNU or not—they will be prepared.”
As the semester begins winding down, you’ve already started having that sinking feeling that dead week, the week before finals when countless projects and papers are all due at once, lies just beyond the horizon. Or perhaps you are only now realizing how little time is left before Christmas break, in which case I welcome you to the party and invite you to read this article to sufficiently prepare.
This summer, Northwest Nazarene University sent out four teams to foreign countries in an effort to make a difference and exemplify what it means to serve. Groups of students traveled to Haiti, Colombia, Poland and Argentina.
College is hard enough when you attend every class and have immediate access to a supportive community of professors and students. Try taking those classes on a different continent from your classmates and you’ve got a whole new set of challenges. Find out how graphic design student Sacha Johnston survived a 10,000-mile separation from her NNU family.
NNU is thrilled to reintroduce it's Master of Education degree in curriculum and instruction as a fully online program with an innovative support model and a new focus on global education. The new M.Ed. in Curriculum, Instruction and Innovation combines all the things students have loved about the program with enhancements that make it more accessible and challenging than ever before.
NNU MBA alumna Yuliya Yatsyshina came to NNU from Kazakhstan. She found her course work to be challenging but accessible thanks to the outstanding faculty who stretched but also supported her.
While completing an APP program online as a busy wife and mom has not been easy, Heather Urich knows the investment will reap huge dividends in her ministry.