An internship with the Delaware County Office of Sustainability through Widener’s Experience MORE! program shifted Stephen DiDonato’s ’24 career down a clear and sustainable route.
On the inside track, students like you have turned their education into extraordinary careers. Check out their stories.
Randy LeBar '23 has dedicated his career to protecting the rights of Native Americans, and he plans to use his online MSW from Widener to continue building on his years of experience.
Newly naturalized U.S. citizen Dimple Gandevia ’23 ’24 has found her place at Widener, where she has emerged as a campus leader.
As an undergraduate, Cloё Di Flumeri ’23 has built a robust résumé not only academically as a triple major, but through immersive research and internship opportunities.
Tatyannah King’s interest in sex education and relationships put her on the path to becoming a clinical sex therapist in Widener’s dual MSW / MEd program.
Widener’s online MSW program delivers an interactive, in-depth learning experience. For Erin Waters ’22, the program is not only advancing her career as a social worker, but helping her shape the future of the field.
At Widener, Desiree Junfijiah ’23 continues to work to see more women, and women of color, follow her into tech fields. She’s on a mission to raise awareness and to support and inspire the next generation.
Two-time Widener graduate Ryan Raiker teaches the next generation of students at his alma mater, all while making a name for himself in the marketing, technology, and automation industries.
Widener Helps International Student Find Home in America and Prepare for Career in International Business and Law
Through his academics, support from his professors, and campus leadership opportunities, Brandon Matambo ‘23 has fostered the knowledge and skills to take on world-class experiences.
Motivated by the financial, academic, and emotional support he received as a Widener student, Patton Vo ’15 is spearheading scholarship initiatives and continuing to leave his mark on his alma mater.