The Bulldog Connection
From Bulldog to...
Hear from former Bulldogs and read about their journeys and how TWU helped them find their purpose and prepare them for their career.
|Avery embraced Tennessee Wesleyan and every moment and opportunity that arose. Upon graduating, Avery was accepted into Ole Miss’s Integrated Marketing Communications master’s program.|
|Logan Longwith graduated from Tennessee Wesleyan University in 2019, but not before a winding road of adventures that took him away from his home state.|
|This feature in Bulldog To... features Victor Black, a 2012 alumni of Tennessee Wesleyan; he is currently in the United States Army serving his country.|
From Bulldog to Physical Therapist: Finding a Career Through Adversity
|In 2009, Joshua Bolton came to Tennessee Wesleyan on a baseball scholarship and planned to major in pre-med. But in 2011, plans changed when Bolton injured his shoulder by tearing his labrum.|
From Bulldog to Communication Specialist: Finding a Career in the Pandemic
|Savannah Rymer finished her senior year at Tennessee Wesleyan online and from home due to the pandemic. She stayed motivated, and upon graduating, she got accepted into her dream school and was hired full-time as a communication specialist.|
From Bulldog to School Nurse: Keeping the Next Generation Safe
|After high school, Ali decided to pursue the medical field. She feels that this is her way of using the hands God provided her with to do good in the world. She graduated from the TWU Fort Sanders Nursing program and accepted a job working in a school system as their nurse.|
|Being a student athlete is challenging. Quadarius Cox played basketball while majoring in Business Marketing with two minors, Entrepreneurship and Communications. Now that Cox has graduated, he is trying to start his own non-profit.|