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Alumni, Graduate Programs, Online Programs

Lessons in Leadership Coaching

Getting involved in the coaching program at Huntington University can help you grow as a leader and provide skills to enhance your leadership. You will learn how to supervise adequately and empower staff. This program inspires people to have lasting growth. Begin earning your Coaching Certificate with Huntington University today.
Alumni

Phonathon: Calling the Forest

Huntington University students can tap into a wide range of on-campus jobs or extracurricular activities during the academic year. One of those opportunities is signing up to be a Forester Fund Phonathon Caller. Twice a year, students rally together in Phonathon Command Central and ask fans of HU to make a gift to the Forester Fund student scholarship program. While raising funds is a primary focus for this on-campus job, students gain so much more because of the people with whom they speak.
Alumni, Graduate Programs, Occupational Therapy

HU OTD Grad Reflects on Path to Mayo Clinic

Huntington University Doctorate in Occupational Therapy Class of 2021 graduate Emily Rinaldi reflects on her time at HU and how it helped prepare her for fieldwork after graduation. For more information about Huntington University’s OTD program, visit www.huntington.edu/graduate/occupational-therapy
Alumni, Career Opportunities, Language & Communication , Majors/Programs

Skills From English Classes That Professionals Use Every Day

As a content developer, I’m living the dream of getting paid to write. I have a traditional 8-to-5 office job that includes lots of emails, Word documents, and meetings, and I like it that way. In a given day, I could write a five-word billboard slogan and a 650-word feature story for a magazine, but whatever the word count, I am putting my skills as a former English major to work daily.
Alumni, Majors/Programs, Performing & Digital Arts

Screenplays

A great movie starts with a great story. Nail-biting events and a twist or two have kept moviegoers on the edge of their seats for decades. Here are some tips from Huntington University alumnus and screenwriter Nathan Hartman about the most important element in a screenplay: conflict.