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eIntern Attending the Guilford College Career Fair on April 1

eIntern will be at the Guilford College Career Fair in Greensboro, NC. There are several area colleges whose students will be in attendance, and we are planning on making offers to students before they leave the building.

Career Fairs

Which exciting lives do liberal arts grads have?

Somebody called me on it. “Exactly what are those exciting lives that Guilford College graduates leading?” she asked.

Off the top of my head, my first thought was to say that Guilford alumni are professional basketball players, investment bankers, members of Congress, presidents of colleges, professional golfers, field biologists, all kinds of coaches at all levels of competition, leaders of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS), authors of best selling books (and also ones that don’t sell so well), religious leaders and leaders of religious schools, C-level business leaders, bankers, IT professionals, Internet entrepreneurs, geologists, philanthropists, astronomers – and teachers, preachers, doctors, lawyers, farmers, artists, scholars, accountants, fire chiefs, organizational design and leadership consultants, rug merchants, forensic scientists and real estate developers. 102 more words


February 2015 Edition Now Available

Please find our February 2015 edition here, featuring artwork, poetry, and a reflective essay from contributors at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, the Moran Eye Center at the University of Utah, and Guilford College. 51 more words

Narrative Medicine

Person of Interest: Alejo Salcedo

A recent graduate of Guilford College, Alejo Salcedo is a young printmaker with big dreams. As an artist, the native Washingtonian uses linoleum and distinctive relief printing techniques to create work that incorporates topics of whimsy and strong geometric patterns found in nature. 424 more words

Guilford College alumna was first UNC woman graduate, a pioneer and a practical historian

The first woman to graduate from the University of North Carolina came from Guilford College. Sallie W. Stockard in 1898.

Admitting women to UNC was controversial. 526 more words

Unrelated events in North Carolina?

In as many weeks, two events in North Carolina that seem completely unrelated hit me hard.  The first began on Tuesday, February 3rd when this article… 1,156 more words