Two grads, two coasts, one shared love for animals

Lindsey Jett ’12


Lizzie Miller ’12

Lindsey (Hayes) Jett ‘12 and Elizabeth (Lizzie) Miller ’12 both knew from an early age that they wanted to be veterinarians. For Jett, it was her passion for animals. For Miller, it was a natural progression from her inclination towards the sciences and insatiable love of animals. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in 2012, Biochemistry, Grad School Bound, Majors & Minors, Molecular Biology, Scholarship, Study Abroad | Comments Off

Posted on December 13th, 2013

Alum named new program assistant for the Middle East Studies Program

sari1Sari Heidenreich ’12
Jerusalem, Israel

Over the past year, journalism alumna Sari Heidenreich ’12 became very familiar with asking the right questions. After all, as senior social media producer for WHTM-TV (abc27) in Harrisburg, Pa., Heidenreich was responsible for reporting breaking news at a moment’s notice and keeping online information accurate, concise and relevant.

It’s no surprise then, that when Heidenreich heard about a job opening with Best Semester’s Middle East Studies Program (MESP), a program in which she participated in during her junior year at Messiah, she started questioning if it was the right opportunity for her. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in 2012, Humanities, Journalism, Majors & Minors, Study Abroad | Comments Off

Posted on August 12th, 2013

Teaching with technology

Innovative lesson plan helps alumna land first teaching job

Elizabeth Arnold ’12
Teacher at the Alliance for Progress Charter School
Philadelphia, Pa.

For fourth grade teacher and Messiah alumna, Elizabeth Arnold ’12, learning to embrace technology played a vital role in helping her secure her current job. Just months after graduating, Arnold was hired as a full-time teacher at the Alliance for Progress Charter School in North Philadelphia, where she uses innovative technology to bring life to her lesson plans.

As a student at Messiah, Arnold joined a pilot program through the College that loaned students iPads to use during their student teaching experiences. She quickly learned the role technology could play in the classroom.

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Posted in 2012, Alumni, Education, Majors & Minors | Comments Off

Posted on October 15th, 2012


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