Where Do Fisher Grads Go?
Fisher is known for producing graduates who are not only successful, but also a force in the region, across the state, and throughout the nation.
Below is just a small sampling of the paths our recent graduates have taken.
- Deloitte & Touche
- University of Denver, M.S. in Taxation
- University of Rochester Medical School
- North Carolina Aquarium, Roanoke Island
- Wegmans School of Pharmacy
- Grayson-Oukes, Assistant Designer
- Think Tank Promotional, Inc., Project Coordinator
- Rochester City School District, Elementary/Special Education Teacher
- Syracuse University, M.S. in Early Childhood/Special Education
- Arc of Orleans County Rainbow Preschool, Speech Therapist
- Oxford University Press, Marketing Assistant
- Rochester Regional Library Council, Digital Initiatives Librarian
- ESPN, Manager of Digital Research and Analytics
- Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Project Coordinator
- Worldwide Express, Account Executive
- St. John Fisher College, MBA Program
- Strong Memorial Hospital, NICU Nurse
- Unity Hospital, Registered Nurse
- Rochester General Hospital, Registered Nurse
- RIT, M.S. in School Psychology
- University of California Santa Cruz, Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology
- SUNY Cobleskill, Residence Hall Director
Sport Management Majors
- FOX Sports, Production Assistant
- Florida Marlins (Major League Baseball), Account Executive
- American Junior Golf Association, Media Relations Coordinator
Kelsey M. Krueger '11
When she was a Fisher undergraduate, Kelsey Krueger worked with Dr. Ryan Thibodeau as a research assistant in his psychophysiology lab.
"He gave me a lot of responsibility running equipment and interacting with participants, and taught me invaluable skills as a researcher," she says.
Now working as a therapist in the Psychological Services Center at Syracuse University, Krueger is "really enjoying making a difference in the lives of others" while pursuing a Ph.D. in clinical psychology.
Wakili Moore '90
As principal of the Leadership Academy for Young Men in the Rochester City School District, Wakili Moore considers his internship with WHEC Channel 10—between his junior and senior years at Fisher—as foundational to his career.
"The internship showed me how hard you have to work, how dedicated to your profession you must be, and how much preparation you need to be successful," he says.