Emmanuel Oppong ’13 traveled to St. Cloud State University to achieve his master’s degree in community counseling. He continues to live in St. Cloud and is a licensed, nationally-certified professional counselor as well as a licensed alcohol and drug counselor.
Former captain of the Huskies swimming and diving team, Napoleon Howell ’14 is receiving a unique opportunity in professional finance given to only three or four college graduates every year.
International teachers and St. Cloud State University alumni Melissa Henderson ’13 and Lukas Gohl ’14 both grew up in Stearns County and went to school at the same time, but never crossed paths until they started working together in India.
Alumnus Dominic Maas followed his passion all the way to California. Maas always had a fascination with Hollywood movies and one day wanted to create them, that is, until his motives changed from film to graphic design. A buddy he met in school encouraged him to try art. Ever since then, Maas has grown to
St. Cloud State University graduate Marie Pflipsen ’14 is committed to building her new community from her new office in city hall.
Former St. Cloud State Huskies basketball standout Theo Rothstein ’13 has overcome adversity to find success in his new dream career, lacing up his shoes to play professional basketball. After suffering a devastating knee injury during his senior season at St. Cloud State, Rothstein never gave up on his goal, undergoing intense rehab to bring
Kelly O’Donnell ’14 realized that school is a great networking tool when she graduated from St. Cloud State. As an aspiring graphic designer she connected with other students through the national organization American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA). The club helped O’Donnell learn more about the design industry by attending events. “We plan events and
Caleb Rannow ’12 received a degree from St. Cloud State and made an important decision to go to law school, all while raising a family. Rannow graduated from St. Cloud State with a major in interdisciplinary philosophy and a minor in English. He became interested in philosophy while taking some classes at a two-year community
Meghan Reistad ’14 attended St. Cloud State for its broadcast journalism program, a decision she would never regret. Since sophomore year in high school Reistad knew she wanted to become a journalist. She conducted a research project on Katie Couric, a television journalist, talk-show host and author, and was inspired to do the same. “Learning
Brian Weinzetl ’12 started his own company, Weinzetl Appraisal Services, while he was still a student at St. Cloud State University. Weinzetl was first inspired by the appraisal business at a St. Cloud State mentor banquet. There, he met St. Cloud State real estate alumnus Dan Schuman who talked to him about what it takes to