After Quinnipiac

Our graduates have met with great success. About 95 percent of our graduates find employment in the field within six months after graduation and about 15 percent pursue an advanced degree within five years after graduation.

What Our Graduates are Doing
Roberta Cascone--owner of Back on Course golf-specific wellness practice, Wallingford, Conn.
Kathleen Vetre Donovan--Child Development Center, Quincy, Mass.
Beth Dunn--Home care and private Reiki practice
Suzanne Humen--owner of Lymphatics Plus, Florida
Sharon Keefe--owner of Sharon Keefe Inc., Florida
Kelly Samselski Massuci--owner of The Talcott Development Center, Farmington, Conn.
Malgorzata Mroz--Norwalk Hospital, Norwalk, Conn.
Jill Pappas--Cape Anne Early Intervention Program, Beverly, Mass.
Tami Scotto--owner of Pediatrics in Motion, Connecticut
Sylvia Sobocinski--Community mental health/ACT team, Connecticut
Peter Tascione--Director of Rehab at Hallbrooke Hospital, Westport, Conn.

What our Graduates Say About Quinnipiac
Kelly Samselski Massucci '98 says Quinnipiac's small class sizes and personal attention from the faculty helped her in her bid to open her own pediatric OT center. Massucci is the owner of The Talcott Center For Child Development in Farmington, Conn. "The program was very comprehensive; it gave us a great deal of experience in the actual field and I found the instructors were very motivating and encouraging," said Massucci. "We had a lot of lab-based groups and a lot of on-site fieldwork with smaller groups, and we had more personalized attention there."

Suzi Humen '95 says many of her professors had their own businesses, which inspired her to follow suit. "I said, 'One day, I'm going to be just like that--I'm going to have my own office,' " Humen said, owner of Lymphatics Plus, which has offices in Boca Raton, Hallandale Beach and Sunny Isles Beach, Fla. "It was definitely a stepping stone for me to see that they could do it, that they could be successful in that business and be a professor."

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