Small businesses and entrepreneurs drive our economy, solve some of our biggest problems, and create jobs and opportunities. Nazareth will help you prepare for success.
From business administration at Naz to program manager in the Cyber Division of the FBI, James Cheeks '95 shares his journey.
"It was one of those feelings where your gut just tells you it’s the right place." — Jenn Lachell '15 explains in her blog post "Why Nazareth College?" After multiple college internships and leadership roles, she was quickly hired in 2015 by Skyhigh Networks.
A strong liberal arts background and small classes at Nazareth set him up for success as an entrepreneur, says Prichard. Read more >>
Mark Weber, director of undergraduate international business and graduate integrated marketing communication programs
"Mark has an open-door policy where students can come to him for help on classwork and advice. He has great insight to the business world and he has extensive resources that he is willing to call upon for the benefit of his students. Mark is not only a professor who brings a lot more to the classroom than just teaching, he is also an exceptional mentor to all his students."
— Elise Maryanopolis '12, account manager at Brand Networks
"It’s not just about looking at an Excel spreadsheet. It’s also about asking whether we make a big change or do something a little bit differently to avoid a problem in the future." —Scott Chapman '04, executive director of finance at Partners + Napier. Read more>>
A team of Nazareth students won the 2016 Adirondack Cup, a stock picking contest for college students interested in the investment field. Read more >>
This collaborative program for any students at Nazareth College connects you with faculty and experts to help you solve a societal problem, launch a businesses, or create an invention. Read about the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
Karla Jackson '13 interned during her semester abroad in Berlin doing social media work for Sirius Facilities, creator of more than 30 business parks. Jackson now works as a social media manager at ReachLocal marketing firm in Dallas, Texas.
Joe Christian '15 interned in IT security at Zappos in Las Vegas.
From France to Japan to Australia to Peru and beyond, Nazareth offers both short- and long-term study abroad programs.
"Staying in the classroom keeps me connected with students and inspires me to make better decisions." — Jerry Zappia '89G, MBA, M.S.Ed., dean of the School of Management on "Why I Teach."
Nazareth's internship office helps you find an internship in your area of interest. Recent sites include:
“I have fun with my job. It’s a constant learning experience, which is what matters most to me." — Sharon Varalli '83, manager, healthcare and higher education industry marketing manager at Xerox Corporation. Read more >>
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