Volume 7, Issue 4
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Category Archives: Alumni
Reprinted from Inc. Magazine, October 4, 2017, By Nichole Kube “Simply, get to know this community and let it get to know you. There are so many people here that seem unreachable, but you cannot know until you reach out … Continue reading
By Gretchen Mayes – A familiar face to many students around campus is WJC alum Mr. Brad Douglas. Brad has been helping out Jewell students by teaching them how to create better LinkedIn pages and other online tips to get the … Continue reading
By Emily Monroe – Have you ever gone through an amazing experience in life or gone to an amazing place and wished you had a memento to take back home with you when you leave? Zane Clark ‘16 is making … Continue reading
Throughout the year many students have had the opportunity to intern with the Kansas City Chiefs professional football organization. Marketing Professor Shelly McVay and Chris Stathos, an alumnus of William Jewell College who now works in the Chiefs organization as … Continue reading
Interview By Madison Giles Tell us about your journey since Jewell. After graduating William Jewell in ’92, I started my career in banking, spending a number of years with Bank of America and its predecessors in the Kansas City area. … Continue reading
By Sabrine Navarro – Joel Bryce is putting money in poor African farmers’ pockets. The William Jewell grad has been making strides in agriculture and economic development since graduating in 2007. Bryce left Jewell with a Economics and Business Management … Continue reading
By Kelsey Wagner – Recent WJC grad Conner Hazelrigg ‘15 is doing big things with her invention of the “Sunshine Box”, a solar powered cell phone charger, which can charge up to ten phones simultaneously while remaining completely portable. In … Continue reading