Alumni

Coastal Communications

Madison Bair '23 found success in the Mount's business administration program and was heavily involved on-campus. After graduation, she took the skills and knowledge she gained here and went south, landing a career on Marco Island, FL, on the Gulf of Mexico. Madi serves as the communications manager at Hideaway Beach Club--a private, gated community on the island--and she will be promoted to director of communications in May of 2024. Madi oversees the communications for [...]

2024-04-03T15:27:00-04:00April 3rd, 2024|

Mountie to Manager

Josh Harker '20 took the skills he learned in the Mount's business administration program and applied them to his career at the Walmart Distribution Center in Bedford, PA. Josh quickly climbed the ranks and is now a senior manager of operations, overseeing nearly 900 associates and 50 salaried managers. Josh is also responsible for receiving and shipping of over 300 million cases a year to 130 Walmart and Sam’s Club stores in Walmart's northeast region. [...]

2024-04-03T15:17:09-04:00April 3rd, 2024|

Infectious Literature

Tara Allison ‘10 spends plenty of time reading children’s books with her daughter, who is almost three. This led her to make the somewhat spontaneous decision to write her own. “It was a fun thing to do for my daughter,” Tara said. It took her only an hour to actually write her first book, “Microbe Adventures: Rhinovirus,” and a few weeks to illustrate it. After researching self-publishing and finding a company that matched her [...]

2023-01-04T15:36:35-05:00January 4th, 2023|

Support in Sonography

“Teaching is one of the hardest, yet most rewarding jobs I’ve ever done.” Andrea Gutmann ‘09, ‘11 worked for five years as a sonographer in a clinic affiliate health care system, and in that time, she worked with Mount Aloysius sonography students in a clinical setting. It’s one of the reasons she returned to teaching. “Ultrasound has always been a love of mine, so teaching students throughout their academic careers and witnessing their journey [...]

2023-01-04T15:31:47-05:00January 4th, 2023|

Analyzing the Animal Kingdom

Brenda McMahon ‘09, ‘11 has a unique position working at the University of Pittsburgh as a manager and sonographer.  Her furry, four-legged patients might look a little different than other ultrasonography professionals since she works in the Small Animal Ultrasonography Core. Her tasks vary just as much as her patients, making every day an exciting experience.  “Some days I am performing analysis, where I go through all the images for a study that I [...]

2023-01-04T15:27:20-05:00January 4th, 2023|

Mass Transit Marketing

As the marketing manager for CamTran and the Johnstown Inclined Plane, Korrin Fisher ‘21 handles a wide variety of marketing efforts. From social media posts to video projects, she is the brains behind many of the CamTram advertising campaigns that are broadcast to the local community.  “I love the creative aspect of my job,” Korrin says. “I have the opportunity to brainstorm new ideas and create every aspect of them, like employee profile videos or [...]

2022-02-03T12:28:03-05:00February 3rd, 2022|

The Paralegal of Pittsburgh

Colleen Rodgers, a 2016 Pre-Law graduate of Mount Aloysius College, has spent the last five years working as a paralegal for a variety of law firms in western Pennsylvania. After graduation, she began her career as a criminal defense paralegal, working for three years in Butler before moving to Pittsburgh.  After working at different law firms following her graduation, Rodgers now works in the U.S. Attorney’s Office.  “In 2019 I moved to a medical malpractice [...]

2022-02-03T12:19:31-05:00February 3rd, 2022|

Mount Aloysius Student Receives National Veteran Leadership Award

Mount Aloysius College student John Price will be awarded the 2020 Student Veteran Leadership Award from G.I. Jobs magazine. The award is given to 48 veteran students across the United States who show exemplary leadership and involvement in their community. Price, of Williamsburg, PA, is a 2020 graduate of the College’s physical therapy assistant program and is working to complete a bachelor’s in natural science. He also serves as the president of the on-campus Military [...]

2021-01-22T12:00:13-05:00January 22nd, 2021|

It’s All How You Interpret It

As a freelance interpreter, Cheyanne Marsh, ‘17, works with a variety of Deaf and Hard of Hearing clients. She is self-employed, which means she builds her own schedule and decides whom she wants to work with--including political candidates and popular live performances. “I was extremely lucky to find a career that I love so much,” Cheyanne said. While taking American Sign Language classes through her high school’s after school program, she learned that she [...]

2022-01-26T14:10:02-05:00December 16th, 2020|

The Business of Healthcare

Jessica Bressler, ‘17, ‘19, always knew she wanted to work in the healthcare field, but it wasn’t until she was in her clinical rotation as a medical imaging major that she found what she really wanted to do. “Hospital administration touches so many more patients’ lives and gets more exposure for what they’re doing in healthcare. That’s what drove me to make the switch,” Jess said. After graduating with her associate degree in medical imaging, [...]

2021-01-05T10:00:28-05:00December 16th, 2020|

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