North Central College - Naperville, IL
John Bradley is one of the directors of the Chicago Area Health and Medical Careers program at the Illinois Institute of Technology.
Charles Lee is the author of “The Threat from Within.”
Lowell “Bud” Berger was honored in February as an inductee into Naperville Central High School’s (NCHS) first Hall of Fame class.
Entrepreneurship depends upon critical skills that lie at the heart of every North Central major and our core liberal arts education.
Young millennial entrepreneurs are finding ways to create their own niche in the business world.
Catherine Borzym has built her custom jewelry business through home parties, boutiques, art fairs, festivals, and online sales.
Kevin Kittilsen and Mateusz Borej launched a website to buy and resell used iPhones for profit.
Computer science major Brian Zable is pairing his technology skills with another passion—gardening.
Entrepreneurs Kyler Juckins and Jeremy Markham are the creators of DinnDinn, a smart phone app for food lovers that works like a virtual refrigerator.
A partnership with Chartwells has been an unexpected success for North Central College graduate Molly Christine.
Scott Palmer is a partner in Graphics Plus Inc. and operates his own company called Frupal in his “free time.”
The company founded at North Central by then-students Michael Wenger ‘04 and business partner Bret Bonnet ‘05 has been hugely successful.
The Class of 2013 shared some very profound feelings on Commencement Day by creating unique messages for their mortarboards.
Kayla Schmidt is working at a pet day care called Paws in Time located in West Chicago, IL.
Emily Jewison landed a backstage role at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago with “The Jungle Book,” a world premier musical based on Disney’s animated movie.
Quinton Hoffert was awarded a U.S. State Department Critical Languages Scholarship.
Danielle Fiala was named the inaugural head lacrosse coach at Wartburg College, which begins competition in women’s lacrosse in the spring 2015 season.
Hannah Brock and Kevin Murphy started hiking across the Appalachian Mountains from Maine on June 12.
President Troy D. Hammond in June presided over his first Commencement ceremony, the academic finale for the Class of 2013.
More than 60 alumni surprised retiring conductor Pete Martinez by joining in for the concert choir’s final performance of “River in Judea."