Amy Andrews and Ethan Van Kooten had no money. How could they build a house?
With truckloads of reclaimed materials, the students created a tiny home for $489.
Greg Ellingson ’13, former student body president and British Parliament intern, wants to help shape public policy in the Midwest.
Sam Scheckel ’13 hopes to be an art therapist in a memory care facility. A Central graduate from Bettendorf, Iowa, Scheckel has been passionate about art since her professional journey began.
Lauren Meyer ’16 never wanted to visit India — until she was asked if she wanted to help save women from prostitution.
After returning from a semester in Granada, Spain, Kate Huisman ’16 didn’t expect to encounter a new culture just 20 minutes away from her hometown.
Job-seeking Central students find opportunities everywhere. These three ’14 grads turned possibilities in Wisconsin, Honduras and Thailand into job offers.
Eight Central students completed their spring semester with a field trip to Peru this summer.
Don Koolmees ’78 hired four recent Central grads to help run his whitewater rafting company in Coloma, California, this summer.
Saxophonist James Skretta ’09 shares about competition, self-criticism and the importance of music in this interview about his journey to musical success.
Emily Saville ’15 learned to love nature as a child, and she has not forgotten this love as a young adult. In fact, Saville has been helping children discover the wonders of their environment as a Jasper County Conservation Board intern.