A collection of Pomerantz Career Center spotlights featured throughout the website.

Ben graduated the University of Iowa as well as the Career Leadership Academy in May, 2013. Ben double majored in Interdepartmental Business Studies and English, and also went on to get his certificate in Entrepreneurial Management. Ben won the Marvin A.

Bailey is both a graduate of the Career Leadership Academy and The University of Iowa. During her time at Iowa she became heavily involved in UI Dance Marathon, was a Hawkeye Guide, and an OnIowa Leader! Bailey received her degree in nursing from the University of Iowa.

Ally is currently a junior at the University of Iowa, majoring in Accounting, with a minor in Finance. She is a current member of the University of Iowa’s Women’s Basketball Team and continues to put her leadership skills to play both on and off the court.

Efe Ayanruoh

Joining the Career Leadership Academy has been one of the best decisions I made in my freshman year. I have experienced personal and career growth through all four phases.

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Brad Maxwell

My biggest success is a tie between being a national finalist for the Hearst Journalism Award and winning an Upper-Midwest student Emmy. Both of these awards come from a series of news reports I have completed through my work at Daily Iowan TV.

Eric Flood

The things that drive me the most are utilizing my experience, resources, and vast education to help provide a long-term career in my near future at the University of Iowa, experiencing personal and career growth within the progressiveness and successful exciting moments I have shared with fellow

Meera Alul

It really wasn't that big of a challenge coming to Iowa overseas since I spent my whole life knowing I'd end up coming to the states to study. My parents both studied here, my mom at Iowa, and so it wasn't much of a shock.

Amanda Horan

My biggest success at Iowa would have to be declaring a major. I say this is my biggest success because I found what I was interested in and went for it. It took me two years at Iowa but I was finally able to declare and be happy with my decision.

Tyler Bullen

In high school I had aspirations of becoming heavily involved on campus, studying abroad, landing an internship with a Fortune 500 company, double majoring, and maintaining a Dean’s List level GPA. Each one of those goals is now a reality thanks to a little focus and a lot of hard work.