For alumnus Cameron Nagle ’22, starting a podcast in his basement as a Bethel student has led to big opportunities — including an in-person summit with top executives, and a job in California, working alongside entrepreneur Patrick Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver.
Rick Rey ’77 studied Chemistry at Bethel as an international student. Twenty-five years later, he’s giving back in majors ways through a $1 million gift from the foundation he established with his wife, Mely.
While Jeremy Mann ’18 was still a student at Bethel University, he began thinking of ways he’d like to give back once he graduated. Now, four years into his nursing career, he’s given faithfully and generously and hopes to someday become involved in medical missions with Bethel.
Navy Chaplain Lieutenant Commander Keith Madison Carter ‘07 is determined to be a bearer of God’s presence, whether at sea, with teams in combat, in busy office spaces or on helicopter flight decks.
Gospel Center Missionary Church, just about 1.5 miles from Bethel University’s campus, is situated right in the community of River Park. Jim, who has served as community pastor at the church since February 2020, is on a mission to show the neighborhood that Gospel Center is #ForRiverPark.
Although Homer Drew didn’t make it back to Bethel University for “A Night With Homer Drew,’’ the former head basketball coach of the Pilots made his presence felt as best he could.
Bethel nurses bravely serve as the hands and feet of Christ for patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A graduate of Bethel’s 4/1 International Health/M.P.H. Program shares how COVID-19 has impacted his reasearch.
Arielle Grant ’16 celebrates the inherent worth of black women by publishing a picture book and opening a communal wellness space.
The Van and Jean Gates Welcome Center provides a space for prospective students to envision where their Bethel degree might take them.