Skip to Page Level NavigationSkip to Page ContentSkip to Page Contact Information
After Miami Image
Miami Ranking

Prepare for a bright future

  • {Prepare for a bright future}

    LaDavia Drane

    Even as a freshman at Miami, LaDavia’s goal was law school. A whole group of Miami faculty and staff mentored her along her journey. After working at a Cleveland law firm, then for a Congresswoman, she says, “It’s because of my experience at Miami, where I learned to interact with people from different backgrounds.”

  • {Prepare for a bright future}

    Abigail Offenbaker

    As a first-year teacher, Abigail faces her challenges. But she’ll be back at Hood Jr. High next year, teaching English in a school that’s 80% Hispanic She developed an understanding for other cultures while participating in Miami’s Urban Teaching Program. “My students deal with instability in their lives. But they know I’m not leaving them. I love their personalities. We get along great.”

  • {Prepare for a bright future}

    Kyle Schlegel

    While he’s now in charge of the Louisville Slugger account, Kyle says his career has had a “huge international focus that never would have happened if I hadn’t studied abroad at Miami’s Luxembourg European Center. It gave me incredible confidence to get out of my comfort zone and see the world through a new lens.”

  • {Prepare for a bright future}

    Amanda Carroll

    An interior designer for Gensler, a global architecture, design and planning firm, Amanda was recently named in ENR New York’s latest Top 20 Under 40 rising stars competition. Amanda says her faculty mentors taught her about “discipline, drive, and relentless enthusiasm for design. Their coaching greatly impacted the professional I am today.” She also credits the professional practice courses in preparing her for the business world.

  • {Prepare for a bright future}

    Lindsey Klingbeil

    “I loved my time at Miami and felt it prepared me very well for medical school,” says Lindsey. She appreciated the insights she gained, job-shadowing a Miami-graduate physicianfor a week while living with her family, meeting guest speakers, and preparing for the MCAT with guidance from Miami’s Mallory-Wilson Center for Healthcare Education.

  • {Prepare for a bright future}

    Ryan Asher

    As a student, Ryan served two co-op rotations at Ethicon, one of the reasons he is working there today. Another reason is that “almost every engineering class has a hands-on project where we apply theory to practice. We develop the skills that companies are looking for.”

Companies & Organizations Employing Miami Alumni

  • Companies & Organizations Employing Miami Alumni

    employed by

  • Microsoft

    employed by

  • JP Morgan

    employed by

  • NASA

    employed by

  • US Peace Corps

    employed by

  • Procter & Gamble

    employed by

  • Teach for America

    employed by

  • Smucker's

    employed by

  • Cintas Corporation

    employed by

Grad Schools Recently Attended by Miami Alumni

  • {Grad Schools Recently Attended by Miami Alumni}

    Grad Schools Recently Attended by Miami Alumni

    Grad Schools

  • {Grad Schools Recently Attended by Miami Alumni}

    Harvard University

    Grad Schools

  • {Grad Schools Recently Attended by Miami Alumni}

    University of Chicago

    Grad Schools

  • {Grad Schools Recently Attended by Miami Alumni}

    Duke University

    Grad Schools

  • {Grad Schools Recently Attended by Miami Alumni}

    University of California Los Angeles

    Grad Schools