Careers and Internships

The spectrum of career opportunities for mathematics majors is quite appealing, with teaching and computer-related work being among the more popular. With a severe shortage of mathematicians in academia and in industry looming in the near future, a major in mathematics also provides a very viable entry into academic and actuarial professions and a variety of positions in industry, the computer field, and governmental service.


Where are they now?

Ellie Etminan, 2004
Instructor for Learning Center at Rock Valley College

Robert Eisele, 2003
Graduate Student in Electrical Engineering at NIU

Adam Peck, 2002
Manager of Sam's Club Chicago

David Bogner, 2000
Investment Counselor for SEVANT; recently entered Trinity Graduate School to become a pastor

Jackie Guy, 2000

Brian Schofield, 1999
Network Engineer for a Hospital in Bloomington

Lisa Wise, 1999
Mathematics Teacher at Hononegah High School

Approximately 50% of our Mathematics Majors have gone on to teach secondary or middle school mathematics.