Life after graduation can bring many fear and uncertainty. An alumna speaks about her life after she graduated ten years ago and what she's learned along the journey.
Janessa Wright graduated with a bachelor's in psychology with a minor in piano music. She talked about what her career is like now and what students can expect when they graduate.
Hannah Black is a High School teacher, trainer and nutritionist, but for a long time she thought she was going to be an occupational and speech therapy. She says after graduating your career might take some some twists and turns, but it will help you figure out what is the best career choice for you.
BYU-Idaho alumnus John-Michael Bradley graduated in December 2016 and talks about what his life is now and how BYU-Idaho has prepared him for the work field.
During the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, we may become stressed and feel anxiety. A counselor at BYU-Idaho shares some good advice about how to destress.
Kammy Shepherd recently came back from her trip in Europe with her mom and her husband and talks about how the COVID-19 coronavirus situation is like there and her experience quarantining.
Due to the COVID-19 coronavirus graduation ceremonies are expected to be streamed online this semester.
The Student Composer Society will have their recital March 13th at at the Recital Hall at the Eliza R. Snow Building. It will be event dress and free to the public.