Careers and Outcomes

KWC to Co-Host Virtual Career Fair with Brescia University on March 23

Kentucky Wesleyan has been planning new ways to help students to connect with employers virtually. The College is excited to partner with Brescia University and Handshake to offer a career fair in a virtual format on Mar. 23 from 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. CT. The fair will include full-time jobs, summer jobs, part-time jobs and internships.…

Class of 2021 – Bronzon Yator Shares his KWC Experience

“I really love KWC. Everyone here is like family to me, and Coach Tony Rowe has treated me like a son. “I have wanted to be a pharmacist since I was in high school, and Kentucky Wesleyan prepared me well for pharmacy school. Dr. Rachel Pritchard (associate professor of biology and division chair of natural…

Why I Give – Wesley Whistle ’12

Current employmentSenior Advisor for Policy and Strategy with the Education Policy Program working on federal higher education policy at New America, a non-partisan think tank in Washington, D.C. Senior Contributor for education with Forbes Career“After working in the state legislature, I fell in love with public policy but knew I wanted to work in education,…

Wesleyan Women of Distinction – Marian (Helm) Smith ’85

My current employment “I am currently employed at Elsevier, Inc., a global leader in health information and analytics, and my title is Nursing Faculty Manager within the Nursing & Health Education eSolutions Division. We assist researchers, institutions of higher education and healthcare professionals advance science and improve health outcomes for the benefit of society through…

Why We Give – Rev. Tom ’68 and Susan Eblen

Please share about your life as a pastor.“It has been a real joy to provide pastoral care to adults, to offer support and encouragement to children and youth, and to proclaim the message of God’s love through Jesus Christ for ALL God’s people. I entered ministry upon God’s call upon my life at a Loucon…

Josh Baldwin ’05 – Online Enrollment Counselor

When Josh Baldwin returned to KWC as a member of the Admissions team in November 2019, he was flooded with memories of his experiences as a student. “I saw familiar faces and enjoyed catching up with folks,” he remembers. “My office is where Classroom 101 used to be and my desk is just about where…

Why We Give – Rollin ’61 and Ann Tarter

“I chose KWC for its size and its church relationship.  I was a founding member of Sigma Phi Epsilon and enjoyed the fraternity immensely. My roommate, Willie Jackson ’61, was elected president of the Student Government Association. Favorite experiences were Wednesday chapel, the convocation and vespers, as well as the knock-down-drag-out of intramural sports. “Religion…

Wesleyan Woman of Distinction – Donna (Mattson) Meador ’84

One of Donna (Mattson) Meador’s earliest childhood memories is of her mother, in a white nurse’s uniform, carrying her into her grandparents’ house in the wee hours of the morning. “She was working on her licensed practical nursing degree and doing clinicals,” Donna recalls. “She was my example, and I never considered any career but…

Wesleyan Woman of Distinction – Dr. Arba Kenner ’74

Dr. Arba Kenner ’74 is serene. But behind her kind eyes and calm smile is a whirlwind. From Kentucky to Honduras to Las Vegas and other U.S. locations, she has served the needs of countless individuals over the years, and she is always planning her next project and trip. A graduate of Campbellsville (Ky.) High…

Why We Give – Brad ’88 and Danielle (Benson) Woodward ’88

Why we give to the College and encourage others to give. “We wouldn’t be where we are today if not for KWC. It’s hard to imagine where we would be had we not had the influences, experiences, etc. Our professors genuinely cared about us. They didn’t forget us after graduation, either. It was more than…