Sarah Sprague aces Berry

Just days after graduating from Berry in May, Sarah Sprague picked up her life and moved to Miami, Florida. There the exercise science major/psychology minor is now pursuing a doctorate in physical therapy at the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences.

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An open door to work abroad

Meghan Albritton’s Berry experience has prepared her to continue to explore the world by pursuing a teaching career abroad.

Meghan graduated this year with a major in Spanish and environmental science and a minor in anthropology.

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Berry grad dives into new career

Carson Oakes (19C) is at his best when he is helping others succeed. Now, the recent graduate is about to begin a career as an account executive with Double the Donation, a fundraising company based in Atlanta.

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From student to teacher

Recent graduate Hannah Rice Regennitter is preparing for a new school year—this time, as the teacher! This August, she will begin a new job as an English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) teacher at West End Elementary School in Rome, Ga 

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Summer internship turned career

Recent marketing and finance graduate Tricia Thomas (19C) has gone from graduation to the workplace! Following an internship last summer, she has accepted a consulting job with Cerner, an information technology company based in Kansas City, Missouri.

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Exercise science grad heads to medical school

Recent graduate Trent Griner is making a career out of caring for people. He will be pursuing a career as a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) at the South Georgia Campus of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.

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Prepared for the pressure of pediatrics

Recent nursing graduate Danielle Bowling is now working at the Cardiac Stepdown Unit at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta as a nurse technician and will start as a registered nurse in July. But she’s prepared for the pressure after her Berry experiences.

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Derrell Mims finds his community through faith

Recent graduate Derrell Mims (19C) left more than a legacy on the football field during his time at Berry. He left a mark on hearts all over campus through his leadership, determination and love for Christ.

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Endless opportunities to succeed

Four years of higher education wasn’t enough for Mahmood Abdellatif, as he plans to attend law school this fall.

“Berry is home to so many supporters who have nominated me for different opportunities, given me endless advice, and helped me find the right direction when I was at a crossroad” Mahmood said.

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