Posts tagged: Career

11 Ways to Work Full Time and Study Full Time Simultaneously

By Mike Ward on March 10, 2017

Trying to work part-time while going to school full-time can be quite the challenge. You're trying to juggle classes, homework, work, your social life and the battle to stay sane.

Is it possible to work full-time and study full-time? Sounds crazy right? Like a recipe for complete, flaming burnout, followed by dropping out of school. Only crazy people would try to work and study full-time.

Surviving Your First Year as an Engineering Student

By Allison Todd on November 6, 2017

Freshman year at college is an adventure. You are in a new city, you have new friends and you begin to feel your first sense of independence. While it's great to finally experience freedom, being responsible with your time and resources is vitally important as you begin to feel the pressures of your course load, especially for an engineering student.

Three Myths About Nursing

By Allison Todd on November 28, 2017

From administering medication to educating patients on physical therapy strategies, your decision to enter a career in the health care industry means that you will play a meaningful role in saving lives. With a career in nursing, it can even go beyond basic patient care.

On Engineering and Faith: A Q&A with Professor Matt Williams

By Allison Todd on December 13, 2017

Matt Williams, assistant professor of engineering, recently joined the Cornerstone University community as a faculty member in the Kinesiology, Science & Mathematics Division. With degrees in both engineering and theology, he is passionate about preparing college students to excel as virtuous engineering professionals and committed disciples of Christ.

During a recent conversation, Professor Williams…

Worthy Fitness: An Interview with Student Kara Martin

By Sarah Hiemstra on February 26, 2018

At Cornerstone University, Kara Martin (B.S. '19) is pursuing more than a degree. She has accomplished her goal of becoming a personal trainer and has already launched her own business, all while attending Cornerstone's traditional undergraduate program.

In a recent interview, Kara shared her story and some exciting opportunities happening with her business Worthy Fitness.

Underrated College Departments

By Sarah Hiemstra on May 25, 2018

The ultimate goal of college is to receive an education. Along the way to earning your degree, you might be surprised at how many areas of life are involved in college besides course work. During your time as a student, you will grow not only in academics, but you'll also gain professional experience, health and relationships along the way.

When and How to Decide Your Major

By Samuel Brooks on June 22, 2018

Deciding on your major, either before or after starting your college career, can be difficult. For me, I have always known that I wanted to go into business since high school. My family has always been involved in business, whether it's entrepreneurship or working in middle to upper management of a corporation. We also have family friends that own businesses from small to large corporations. I've even…

Legacy

By Joe Stowell on June 13, 2019

In the latest issue of our Alumni Journal, meet some legacy graduates who carry the CU brand as influencers for Christ into the arena of education.

Dylan Berens: Sharing Christ's Love Through Science

By Jordan Grooters on June 19, 2019

For Cornerstone University student Dylan Berens (B.S. ’21), a pre-med major from Shelby, Mich., summer means time spent with friends and family but also time spent preparing for his future career.

A Desire to Make a Difference

As a high school senior, Dylan didn't know what he wanted to study, but he knew that he wanted to cultivate his love for science and learn more about how to spread Christ's…