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.
Over 2,000 miles from her alma mater, 2018 graduate Camille DeBrun is thriving in a fast-paced environment as a lead technical recruiter for Marius Group in Los Angeles. Combining her passion for communication with a boutique tech recruiting agency was the perfect mix for this public relations and Spanish double major.
Senior Jessie Moore is heading to CARE USA this summer before moving into the International Affairs graduate program at Georgia Tech.
But she didn’t always have it figured out.
Recent graduate Alex Beato learned what the value of a Berry education truly meant to her through years of academic internships, work opportunities and mentors.
“Berry has made an incredible difference in my life,” Alex says. “I knew I was getting an opportunity of a lifetime when I chose to come here, but never did I imagine I would have the experience these past four years have given me.”
Erin Stewart was a non-traditional Berry student who finally reached her goal after persisting through many setbacks.
Erin, who is 28 and married, graduated in May 2019 with a bachelor’s degree in English and Secondary Education. Before coming to Berry, she attended several different colleges and changed her major.
It’s hard work keeping superheroes looking good, but Hannah Greene is up to the task.
Since graduating from Berry College in 2006, Hannah has worked in New York and Los Angeles as a costume designer for major films and television , including “Avengers: Infinity Wars” and “Captain Marvel.”
Recent Berry College grad Jennifer Cortez is spreading the joy of learning to children and adults in the Galapagos Islands.
From the start, the 2018 grad knew she wanted to be a teacher but not just any teacher. Jennifer wanted her teaching to make a difference, to matter.