The ABCs of the Class of 2022
In case you haven’t heard the news yet…Foresters are amazing! Every year, Huntington University graduates land jobs or pursue advanced degrees in graduate schools all over the map. They not only are located all over the world but are putting their majors to good use in a variety of industries.
We love it when alumni tell us what they are doing and how they are making an impact in the world for Christ. As we heard back from the Class of 2022 about what they are doing now, we noticed an intriguing pattern: These Foresters have covered nearly every letter of the alphabet!
Below is a small sample of all the places members of the Class of 2022 were working when they contacted us. Just for fun, we’ve sorted the workplace names by the letters of the English alphabet.
ABC57 South Bend
Brand Innovation Group (BIG)
Compete Training Academy
Emmanuel Community Church
Feed My Starving Children
Golden Horizons Landscaping
Huntington County Community Corrections
Indiana Department of Natural Resources
John Glenn High School
New Community Church (Michigan)
Quincy Community Schools
Round Barn Theatre
The Salvation Army USA
University Christian Outreach
Wabash County Farm Service Agency
X, Y, Z
Huntington University prepares students to take on their first jobs in the workforce through internships, practicums, hands-on learning in class, and, of course, a high-quality liberal arts education. Even better, HU encourages students to consider how faith intersects with their chosen discipline and future career.
To learn more about the academic programs that prepare HU graduates for success in jobs from A-Z, check out our undergraduate list of majors.