City University of Seattle student Eliza Janica loves helping others, and it was that passion for service that motivated her to pursue a career in healthcare administration. She is currently working at a Veterans Affairs hospital gaining entry-level experience while she pursues a Master of Science in Healthcare Administration.
The decision to transition from being a classroom teacher to a school administrator is a big one. CityU alumnus Aaron Draganov, principal of Thorndyke Elementary School, was motivated to make that change by his desire to help more students.
City University of Seattle alumna Bethany Moffatt has been teaching for only six years, but in that time she’s passed her love of reading onto numerous students, and helped her school, Lakeridge Elementary School, go from one in need of improvement to a 2016 School of Distinction. As a testament to her contributions, Bethany was recognized as the 2018 Outstanding Elementary Teacher of the Year for Renton School District.
City University of Seattle and EXATEC Seattle, an organization for the more than 1,000 local alumni of Tecnológico de Monterrey, celebrated a new partnership with an agreement signing ceremony and reception on Friday, April 27.
Counseling alumna Susie Kroll is a trained hostage negotiator and in crisis situations co-responds with law enforcement officers through five police departments.
Employees who are able to effectively leverage new technologies are better poised to succeed. To empower business professionals, City University of Seattle is offering a newly redesigned Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.