We work with students in all aspects of the career development process, from choosing a major to career changes. Career development is a lifelong process influenced by all aspects of life, with the end result being high quality of life and personal satisfaction.
Silvia was born in a village of 200 people nestled among the mountains of Honduras. She traveled thousands of miles — sleeping in the desert, crawling through cacti, and experiencing life inside a detention center and maximum security prison — to finally become a graduate physician assistant student at Shenandoah University.
"When I was accepted to Shenandoah, I couldn’t believe it. Five years ago I was thinking about this moment, and now I’m here. It means everything to me. It was the best decision.”
Roman is the first African-American to play Evan Hansen, the title role in the Tony-winning Broadway smash “Dear Evan Hansen!” He first performed the role on December 12, 2018.
"I’ve received endless amounts of messages from people of color, both young and old, telling me how much it means to them that I’m playing the role. This opportunity is, in every essence of the phrase, a dream come true.”
Ashley is a big sports fan, and basketball has always been a big part of her life. Her goal is to become an occupational therapist to make a difference in the lives of others.
“This year, the women's basketball team was the 8th seed heading into the ODAC tournament — the lowest seed to ever win the ODAC championship! We made school and ODAC history~ I am so happy I was a part of this.”
Tickets start at $25 for March 19 United Bank-sponsored event
Due to popular demand, the Harlem Globetrotters are returning to Shenandoah University and Winchester for a one-night event of alley-oops, and-ones and acrobatics.
The Globetrotters take to the court at the James R. Wilkins, Jr. Athletics & ... Continue Reading Harlem Globetrotters Return to Shenandoah…
Two Shenandoah Conservatory faculty are on the list of 2020 Grammy Award nominees announced on Wednesday, Nov. 20.
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Music Production & Recording Technology Dan Shores ’99, B.M., received his fifth Grammy Award ... Continue Reading Shores ’99 and Naumenko with…
SU students Create Maker Engineer Lab at Elementary School
This semester, nine Shenandoah University students are teaching hands-on science lessons as part of a partnership with local elementary school students.
Through their Reasoning Skills I: Science class, Shenandoah students run a Maker Engineer Lab at ... Continue Reading Getting Youth Excited About Science