Opening Doors

Frances Rozelle Goodman finds that her relationships formed at the School of Business provide opportunities for professional advancement.

Transcript of the video interview:

"I didn’t know what to do when my employer told me I needed a degree to keep the job I’d had for 11 years. One of my co-workers had just finished a business degree at the University of Redlands and was so excited about the program. She showed me her Project Practicum [senior paper], and I thought, ‘How could I ever do that?’ It was so sophisticated. Still I visited the campus—it was awesome—and then enrolled in the undergraduate program. I went on to get a graduate degree as well and did both in a reasonable amount of time. With contacts I had at the University, I eventually landed a new job as a grant writer and research assistant. The professional and personal relationships I have with other working adults is one of the real unexpected benefits of the Redlands program."

Frances Rozelle Goodman
Bachelor of Science in Business and Management/Master of Arts in Management
Grant/Research Assistant, Department of Radiation Medicine, Loma Linda University Medical Center Loma Linda, California

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