Magazine Archive

10 Ways to Help SJC
Active and engaged alumni are critical to the success of SJC. The college is fortunate to have so many alumni who care deeply about the institution, and there are many ways that SJC graduates, parents, and friends can help. Here are just a few ways.
Sí Se Puede! Yes, it can be done.
Five years is a long time to live on $5 a week...but for this alumna the cause was more important than the money
Nancy Weingarten '96, MSHA, Keeps a Residency Running
Nancy Weingarten ’96 uses her Saint Joseph’s online graduate degree to oversee a Maine medical residency program.
Athletics Hall of Fame 2012
Congratulations to the newly-inducted members of Saint Joseph’s College Athletics Hall of Fame. The ceremony was held Saturday, November 10, 2012.
Ruth A. Antonowich ’12, MSN, FNP-BC, Keys to Success
Ruth A. Antonowich '12 dreams big about nursing in the Florida Keys.
Alumnus finds a creative way to give back to Pearson’s Town Farm
RJ Turner, a 1998 communications graduate, has started what could be a creative, growing tradition of giving at Saint Joseph’s.
Team leadership guides Michael Bolanz ’00, new Director of Alumni Relations
After nine years as Saint Joseph’s women’s soccer coach, Michael Bolanz ’00 has been named the College’s new Director of Alumni Relations.
Leader of the Pack
A natural-born teacher, Phil Castle ’11 has taken his leadership skills from a battlefield in the Middle East back to the States as an electronic medical records training professional.
Living the Mission by Serving Others
At the heart of the Saint Joseph’s experience is the lesson in providing community service.
Meet Bob Zilg ’76, Ensuring International Growth for MetLife
Follow alumnus Bob Zilg’s trail of success and you’ll find that the seeds for his international seat with MetLife in Dubai, UAE, began as an English major at Saint Joseph’s.
Gladina George-Pratt ’08
Hosting 27 foreign embassies, Conakry, Guinea, is a thin peninsula that juts out into the Atlantic Ocean on the western shores of Africa. ...
Our Growing Alumni Association
I am excited by the progress our Alumni Association has made in a short amount of time. Over the past year, the Association...
Kathryn Bois ’13 Teaching for a Change
Kathryn Bois ’13 takes Catholic education to urban schools.
Ready, Set, Hire
Keep an eye on these growing markets with alumni in the know.
The New Social Mixers
Entrepreneurial alumni are finding a new home on social media.
Why I Joined the Alumni Association Council
June Irvine ’09, Treasurer As most online students know, pursing a degree while holding a job and dealing with all of life’s other challenges is demanding.
A Road Just as Fair
The perks of being an English graduate.
Uphill Journeys
Three alumni are taking pulmonary hypertension to task.
Happily Over Her Head
Danielle Somma ’06 makes her living under water.
The Case for the Regional Alumni Chapter
Maybe it's time a chapter was started near you.
Healing at Camp Kita
Supporting children who have suffered loss, with Sydney Mosher ?10, her siblings, and Nichole Ivey ’08.