Alumni Profiles and Outcomes

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  • Jessica Shrock ’04

    I definitely became aware of being a global citizen and to be a model servant leader. It has inspired me to live and to teach a life of simplicity, justice and peace, all within the context of living my life for and in the person of Jesus Christ.

  • Yayumi Uyeno ’03

    I think Goshen's motto really did impact me and shape me into the kind of person I want to be. The motto "Culture for Service" seems to encapsulate many things that go along with my upbringing.

  • John Yoder ’02

    "You have to be persevering. It's easy to get discouraged from time to time; things won't always go your way. But to go in everyday, and give it your best effort - that's what being an entrepreneur is all about."

  • Jennifer Gingerich ’02

    My entire mindset for my life, before I came to Goshen, was to be a person who lives a life of service. This was ultimately why I chose to come to Goshen College – I knew service would be modeled there.

  • Stephan Bontrager ’01

    Our station is very involved in the community, whether it be through organizing blood drives, benefit concerts for social service organizations, or promoting local events or issues of importance to the diverse population of the city.

  • Gaurav Khandelwal ’01

    "I would say the most important skill would be to have a vision of what you want to do. If you do not have goals set, it is really tough to achieve them."

  • Don Krabill ’01

    "I thought I’d better get back into the system so to speak – not only to understand how people are doing business, but to understand how younger people are doing that"

  • Carrie Meyers ’01

    In work at the international level, I hope to use the law as a tool to facilitate international cooperation, while seeking to learn from and support differing cultural perspectives.

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