Using his degrees in aerospace and mechanical engineering, Tyler McCloskey '17, '18 (M.S.) helps manage the military sector of his new career.
Madison Richards ’19 is in Italy this summer in advance of graduating in December.
Six graduating seniors will join service programs across the country.
A hands on experience at Booz Allen provided Ellison Madsen ’19 with experience in blockchain technology.
Wiedemann will learn about commercial revitalization and develop leadership skills.
After transferring to Manhattan College, Shew landed a job in the field of her choice.
A winter break volunteer experience in Michigan helped business student and graduating senior Olivia Gartland understand the reality of the Flint water crisis.
Members of the city’s public sector presented to students about post-grad opportunities in government and non-profits.
In its inaugural year, the W.I.S.E. (Women Inspiring Successful Enterprise) professional development summer internship program was a resounding success.
Manhattan College graduates are landing jobs in their desired fields with strong salaries.
The list calculates Manhattan College graduates’ average early career earnings at $60,700, an earnings premium of $13,300 over peer institutions.
Richard Kirchner, Ph.D., a School of Science professor emeritus who has inspired generations of Jaspers, continues crystallography research with students.
The business alumna from Riverdale has built an illustrious career in advertising upon two prevailing principles: client relationships and data-driven results.
The program’s mission is to develop female emerging leaders and empower them to advance professionally.
Manhattan College chemical engineers have the opportunity to intern and work at a number of organizations locally and nationally.
Students involved in the extracurricular improvisational comedy troupe Scatterbomb develop the social prowess to excel both personally and professionally.
Matt Marcello traveled all over New York City at a summer internship that gave him unique, valuable experience.
Mentors have proven to be an invaluable resource for female engineering alumni, faculty and students.
Four recent graduates from Manhattan College prove that a staunch commitment to our cities and the nation can yield success in the professional sphere.
MONEY Magazine noted Manhattan alumni success after graduation.
Recent college graduates of the Schools of Liberal Arts, Business, Engineering and Science begin their careers working at top brands in the world's most stylish industries.
The American Council of Engineering Companies honors Manhattan College students for their academic success and work experience.
Forbes highlights Manhattan College’s ideal location and alumni network.
Christine Seifert, author of the widely popular young adult novel, The Predicteds, gave a lecture on Apr. 5 that outfitted aspiring writers with the skills to draft and publish their own stories.
Held on April 7, the first annual Lasallian Women’s Conference focused on women and sexuality, sexual assault and prevention, and ideas for a future resource center that caters to women’s issues.
In conjunction with the Manhattan College Mentor Program, internships and post-graduate jobs, AECOM has been a popular career destination for engineers working in the construction industry.
A new initiative with the School of Continuing and Professional Studies now offers in-class sessions that are tied to learning objectives of the program.
Student-serving offices now together in one space near the Quadrangle.
Manhattan College students have access to a loyal alumni network, one-on-one counseling and professional marketing materials, as well as other job-seeking services.
The College places in the top six percent in return on investment among all colleges and universities.
Four College students share their experiences working in journalism, education, fashion, and technology.
Results of a Manhattan College career survey indicate students’ progress in securing a full-time job and/or enrolling in a graduate or professional school within nine months of graduation.
The report highlights Manhattan students’ return on investment.