After graduation, our alumni leave ACU and go out unto the world. Here are their stories of how they're shaping students' lives and how their lives are being shaped by their students.
"I can honestly say that I have the job of my dreams," says Shannon, who is now teaching first grade at Kigali International Community School in Rwanda. Shannon credits ACU with giving her the preparation she needs to be a first-rate teacher, no matter where.
1974 ACU graduate
"Children are the most important people whose lives we can touch," says Karyn, who has an education degree from ACU. Many children have grown up reading her Beginner's Bible, which has sold more than 4 million copies in 17 languages.
2005 ACU graduate
Kids who drift toward the back of the room so they can sleep through class tend to drive some teachers crazy - but not Caleb Reid. He just wakes them up and asks if they're OK. The result is a positive learning environment for ninth-graders in Caleb's classroom.
2008 ACU graduate
Fabiola credits the teachers she had growing up with her desire to become an educator herself. They inspired her, and she wants to return the favor. Thanks to her ACU education, she is doing that now.