Reason 8: Your Future
TAKE POSSESSION OF YOUR FUTURE.
Being A Pioneer Gets You Places.
Graduates of Utica College go some pretty amazing places. And whatever professional destination they choose, they are more than prepared to succeed, whether they take their place in a leading research laboratory, at the helm of a major organization, or on the podium with the President of the United States.
Richard Jones ’92
Senior Vice President and General Tax Counsel, CBS Corporation
John McHugh ’70
Former Secretary of the Army, Former Member of the House of Representatives
(Photo above, 4th from left)
Heidi Hoeller ’91
Audit Partner at Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLC
(Photo above, 3rd from left)
David D’Alessandro ’72
Chair of SeaWorld, Retired Chair and CEO of John Hancock
Stephanie Zimmer '96
Head of Brand Experience Marketing
Mercedes Benz USA
Oba Gulston ’06 G’08
Physical Therapist, Trinidad and Tobago World Cup Soccer Team
Angela Grande '05
Producer at WNBC TV in New York, NY
Tim Roye ’81
Radio play-by-play announcer, Golden State Warriors
Gary Kunath ’79
Former U.S. Businessman of the Year
Brian Agnew '03
Vice President for Institutional Advancement at Georgian Court University
(Photo above, 2nd from left)
Chris Bandura ’99
Director of Media Relations, Buffalo Sabres
(Photo above, left)
From the time you arrive at Utica College, you have access to one of the hardest working career services departments in higher education. They will work with you from day one to make the most of your talents and abilities, and help you get a great start on your career path.
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Utica graduates think like their college: Ahead.
Take for example Andy Rubin ’87, chief developer of Google’s Android mobile operating system, which transformed the mobile computing market and at last count supports more than 1 billion monthly smartphone and tablet users.