Steven Wong, Class of 2007, put in ten years of hard work to gain enough knowledge and experience in film before he landed his sweet job at Laika. Read about what he does and the straightforward advice he has for people interested in scoring a career in the film industry.
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Michael Bridges, PT, DPT '08.
Forrest Barnes, Class of 2014, works in growing the Palm Harbor Homes business and market share. Read this interview to learn how he overcame certain challenges and keeps on strong despite the hardships.
For Robin Johnson, Class of 2009, knowing what he liked was no problem – but knowing what career he would like was a different question entirely. Find out here what resources he got help from to find a job that was both enjoyable and suitable to his skill set.
Shannon Stahl, Class of 2015, is a technician who repairs photo-masks. Read this interview to learn more about her job and also how priceless a resource professors and Alumni can be when it comes to helping Pacific students land a career in companies as big as Intel.
Scott Holub, class of 1997, works for a big company as a soil scientist, conducting research for the benefit of the trees, with enough time on the side to compete (and win!) in giant vegetable contests. Read more here about what his work involves and what it takes to do his kind of work.
This Pacific Alumna graduated with a BA in Creative Writing and now she’s a professional writer and filmmaker working for MTV. Read this interview with Bri Castellini, class of 2014, to learn more on what she does and how she scored such a great job.
Harley Kelley '55 came to Pacific to study journalism, but left with a pre-med major. A surgeon, Kelley was drafted into Vietnam and later returned to the Army after a career in private practice. Today, he volunteers his medical skills in his community and volunteers with World War II veterans on the Honor Flight.
Debbie (Kerlinger) O'Dea '06 found a home at Pacific — one so caring that she strives to create the same experience for other students.
Barbara (Williams) Crandall '66 bucked convention to major in math and work in early software development.