Aliya Covington’s '99 '07 '22 educational journey hasn’t always been easy, but Widener has been her home through it all.
On the inside track, students like you have turned their education into extraordinary careers. Check out their stories.
With support from the Career, Design & Development office, Noah Gilbert’s ’24 co-op transformed his undergraduate career. He's grateful for the experience and can't recommend it enough to his peers.
Janaeyah Reid '24 chose Widener to grow her skills and build on her already extensive career in the social work field.
At Widener, Ariana Hurtado-Day '23 has been gaining career-building experiences, making an impact in the community, and honing her leadership skills — all while making a little history along the way.
Taylor Easter’s interest in politics and government roots back to her childhood, but her time at Widener has allowed her to get involved and inspire others to do the same.
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.
Sam DeVecchis didn’t anticipate the heights that his Widener degree would take him to when he enrolled in the communications studies program.
Thanks to rigorous academics and meaningful faculty relationships, alumna Nichole Butler is leveraging her experience in Widener’s nursing PhD program to excel as a nurse educator.
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.
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.