Jen Erickson '11 moved to Honduras to teach English to middle and high school students at Abundant Life Christian School.
Tyler Zwagerman '06 teaches at Manley Career Academy High School on Chicago’s west side and assists with a program designed to increase the number of students that go on to college after graduating from high school.
Emily (Vitton) Waisanen '04 was named "Teacher of the Year" at A.G. Currie Middle School, in Tustin, CA. She teaches 8th grade physical science and is the student council adviser.
Andrew Vanden Heuvel '04 helped his high school students discover an asteroid using Calvin's remote telescope. A grant from Calvin allowed the students to use the college's telescopes for their studies. The college maintains telescopes in New Mexico that can be remotely operated over the Internet. Andrew has also been recognized for his success with online teaching and teaching with Google Glass.
Carrie Vander Zwaag '00 taught science in New Zealand.
Chad Zuber '99 and his family organized a new school in Tanzania.
Arelis Diaz '95 was the Director of Instruction for the Godwin Heights School District.
Greg Helmer '94 was named "Outstanding Practicing Principal for 2012" by the Michigan Elementary and Secondary Principals Association.
Stacey Washburn Vanden Bosch '92 started one of the first Christian Spanish language immersion programs in the U.S.
Doug Heetderks '80 directs the science program at Westminster Christian School in Miami.
John Booy '74 founded Potter's House Christian School and has become a national spokesperson on urban education.
George Comer '68 is the Federal Programs Director for the Gary Community Schools.
Bern Koops '34 is still teaching at age 99.
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