Success Stories

Allen, who now lives in Hatboro, Pa., graduated from RIT’s College of Liberal Arts in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology—Human Growth and Development. more
Ask 10 different people what their dream job is and you’ll get 10 different answers. For Michael Anthony, it’s summed up in one word: Microsoft. more
RIT/NTID alumnus Anthony Napoli shares his philosophy on choices, karma and working at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. more
Christopher Samp started on one path in his quest to make a difference, but found a new major at RIT and an exciting new career in Washington, D.C. more
Forbes, a 2008 RIT/NTID grad, never let being deaf get in the way of his love for music. more
The owner of a Colorado graphic design firm, Webb got started in his field with two degrees from RIT, a BFA in Graphic Design and a master's degree in Computer Graphic Design. more
Uncertainty in the economy doesn’t have to mean disaster. Just ask 2002 Computer Aided Drafting Technology graduate Kevin Symons. more
Says Sara, "Thanks to my co-ops at RIT, I’ve worked in design, manufacturing and testing." more
A graduate of the Diagnostic Medical Sonography program, Elizabeth is one of the few in her field to have earned Advanced Practice Sonographer status from the Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography. more
Jelica, whose vision loss was first discovered at NTID, was recognized in 2005 as an NTID Distinguished Alumna for her leadership as executive director of the Deaf-Blind Center in Seattle, Washington. more
This 1977 RIT/NTID Civil Engineering alumnus had his construction management skills put to the test when was dispatched by his employer to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina struck. more
A 1996 Civil Engineering Technology graduate, Michael now applies his fascination for mathematics and design to his work as a design engineer for the New York State Department of Transportation. more