As food service manager for the New York City Department of Education’s School Food program, Gregory Secor ’02CPS found a career that melds his culinary talents and managerial skills with his commitment to serving others.
I was a 19-year-old studying criminal justice with students in their 30s and 40s, who were already established, and had been through what was coming for me,” he said. “I developed focus and became more mature. I also started making contacts.”
The journey of Soribel Genao, Ph.D. ’03CPS brought her from the low-income Manhattan neighborhood of her youth to her current success as a noted educator.
At Work and After-Hours, Alumnus Supports Television at SJU
The close bond between the two schools made St. John's the perfect next step in continuing her education, and when she received the offer of a Presidential Scholarship, her decision was clear.
Repole ’91SVC doesn’t like titles or organization charts.
Rossano encourages many of her fellow students to explore online courses at St. John’s
Online Learning Serves as a Major Stepping Stone
It's Never Too Late to Pursue Your Dream
Conlon made the heroic decision to serve his country in the U.S. military and put his education on hold.
Alumna Helps Direct High-Profile U.S. Senate Campaign
Graduate Student Uses His Knowledge in International Communication to Reduce Global Poverty