Ryan McGuire graduated from Susquehanna in 2004 with a degree in Bachelor of Arts in economics, but soon after felt drawn to being an educator.
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Meet Our Students and Graduates
Hear straight from students just like you. Or read stories from successful alumni who'll tell you just how far a degree in education can take you.
Ryan Pelletier ’16 left Susquehanna ready to teach high school social studies in a new way.
A grant for those who plan to teach STEM in high-need school districts helped open doors for Jenna Yarger ’18 Mowery, now a chemistry teacher at Shikellamy High School in Sunbury, Pa.
Just one year out of college, Kerri Zelenak '15 boarded a plane, bound for an isolated Alaskan village where she had been hired to teach fifth grade.
Former Susquehanna University men’s basketball standout Bryan Majors ’10 has parlayed his basketball career into his own business.
Michelle Skroupa '15 has three pieces of key advice for current education majors. Be prepared to keep learning, admit when you don't know something and always remember those who helped you along your way.
French and secondary education major Jamie Fesinstine '17 chose to study abroad in Rennes, France, for two reasons—language immersion and teaching experience.