In the face of the tragic shooting at Marysville Pilchuck High School, CityU alumnus Josh Webb was able to draw upon his first hand-experience and expertise as a school counselor to help students process their grief and trauma.
City University of Seattle is offering a unique, fast-track opportunity for students who would like to earn their graduate TESOL certificate and transition to teaching abroad.
“I come from a developing country,” Nathan said. “There is a huge demand for project management professionals. Here at CityU, they teach you methodologies you can apply to any discipline.” While his bachelor’s degree focused specifically on information technology, he foresees opportunities to work with a variety of sectors including IT, development, real estate, entrepreneurship and more.
Successful entrepreneurs have a knack for seeing opportunities that exist and finding ways to meet those needs in creative and innovative ways. City University of Seattle students are doing just that – identifying unmet needs around the world and responding in ways that have the potential to change people’s daily lives through their volunteer work in CityU Enactus.
Look “Inside” Before Acting “Outside” By Joel L. Domingo, Ed.D. A few years ago there was an article published in The New York Times entitled, “No Time to Think,” and its premise was that our modern world finds us overextended…