Where Exceptional Begins

Crossing the Waters of Familiarity

Posted on November 28th, by University of Mount Union in Hands-on Experience, Study Abroad. Comments Off on Crossing the Waters of Familiarity

Crossing the Waters of Familiarity by Jessica Swanson

Hi, fellow Raiders!

You’ve probably been wondering who’s been in charge of all of this #30DaysofExceptional stuff.

Hi! That would be me and my boss, Ashley Sams.

My name is Jessica Swanson …


Sport Business Internships By The Dozen

Posted on November 27th, by University of Mount Union in Hands-on Experience, Internships. Comments Off on Sport Business Internships By The Dozen

My name is Ashleigh Carney. I am a senior sport business major and business administration minor. It seems like just yesterday I was trying to make my decision on where I wanted to attend school, and now I am trying …


Exceptional Hands-On Experience in Mechanical Engineering Major

Posted on November 25th, by University of Mount Union in Hands-on Experience, Research, Service. Comments Off on Exceptional Hands-On Experience in Mechanical Engineering Major

Exceptional Hands-On Experience in Mechanical Engineering Major by Jason Shar

Majoring in mechanical engineering is one of those uniquely interesting experiences in which it is commonly misunderstood, difficult to describe, and intensely rewarding. It’s the only major I know where …

Randy Kinietz: Future Nurse Anesthetist

Posted on November 24th, by University of Mount Union in Career Path, Classes, Value. Comments Off on Randy Kinietz: Future Nurse Anesthetist

Hi, my name is Randy Kinietz and I am a sophomore nursing major here at Mount. I’m also a member of the men’s basketball team, a student tutor, and a member of Sophomore Service Honorary.

I knew that I wanted …


The Yellow Brick Road to PA School

Posted on November 23rd, by University of Mount Union in Alliance, Career Path, Hands-on Experience, Internships. Comments Off on The Yellow Brick Road to PA School

Naturally, the one question I’ve been asked most since starting PA school is, “are you and Beyoncé related?” OK, not really, but rather, “why do you want to be a PA?” I find it important to note that until I …