2014 Transylvania graduates Ryan Anderson and Will Harvey were on two different paths with one goal — to make it in the music business. After Anderson founded his folk-rock band Bendigo Fletcher, Harvey helped find him shows to play and pitched the group to influential people in the industry. They quickly built a fan base — and eventually landed a deal with Elektra Records.
Amanda Mason Gevedon ’14, who chose to attend Transylvania for its chemistry and math programs, discovered accounting through the liberal arts curriculum. Now she’s a CPA.
By pursuing demanding dual tracks as an undergrad, TH Tran ’17 is on track to realize her mission to improve the health care system.
When landing a competitive internship is the first step in securing that dream job, being prepared to stand out to recruiters is the thing. The liberal arts, as one recruiter spells out, gives Transy students the advantage in the college to career pipeline.
Brooks Reitz ’06 has built a successful businesses not by taking a different path, but by forging his own path using the skills he gained in school and a deeper understanding of how the art of storytelling informs his entrepreneurial ventures.