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Alumni Spotlight

Providence alumni are profiled here to share their experiences at Providence and where their educational journeys have taken them.

Caryn Vanden Berg

Caryn Vanden Berg

Class of 2009

From the moment she stepped on campus, Caryn Vanden Berg ’09 was challenged in unexpected ways: “In every class my professors taught me how to think critically from a Biblical worldview about every life subject.”
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Karolina Beveridge

Karolina Beveridge

Class of 2013

Karolina Beveridge is a 2013 graduate of Providence Christian College. Originally from Prescott Valley, AZ, Karolina has been studying and creating art for her master’s degree at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena.
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Adrian Crum

Adrian Crum

Class of 2010

The most obvious way I benefited from a Providence education [is] having a theological context for the things I have written for the [Haven Ministries] radio program. I think if I hadn’t gone to a liberal arts college, I wouldn’t have known how to write and think carefully.
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Emily De Boer

Emily De Boer

Class of 2014

In 2010, Emily De Boer ’14 chose to leave the Midwest town of Beecher, IL, to get a liberal arts education on the West Coast. She says it wasn’t easy leaving family and friends to study in Southern California, but she decided to attend Providence Christian College
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Carissa Garrett

Carissa Garrett

Class of 2013

I chose to attend Providence because of Providence. Really. I don’t mean to sound trite but when I think back to how I ended up here, it can only be attributed to the work of God.
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"My passion is to engage in apologetics and not only defend the Christian faith on an academic level, but to also teach young Christians how to defend their faith against the skeptics of our day.”
Femi O.
Class of 2018
“If I had children...I would have them study not only languages and history, but also singing and music together with the whole of mathematics...”
Martin Luther

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