Lessons for a Lifetime

A picture of Dordt's clocktower and campus center

Jay Kroese graduated from Dordt in 1991 with a degree in accounting and business administration. The Hull, Iowa, native was accepted at several good law schools, and opted to attend the University of Iowa Law School, where he graduated with highest distinction, number three in his class.

Kroese was hired by Cargill, Inc., after graduating and is now a senior attorney with this international marketer, processor, and distributor of agricultural, financial, and industrial products. He provides legal council to the company with 97,000 employees.

"I was well prepared for law school and the challenges I've encountered in the workplace," says Kroese. "You will receive an education at Dordt College that will prepare you well for law school. More importantly, you will receive instruction from a Reformed, biblical worldview."

Dordt graduate Gail Jansen ('74) agrees. "Dordt will give you tools with which to craft a life of service to Christ," says Jansen, a private practice attorney in Arizona. "It will enable you to engage our culture as a Christian instead of encouraging you to flee our culture or assimilate into our culture. You can build life-long friendships with other students who will help you to grow in your faith walk with Jesus. Dordt is committed to educating 'the entire you' from a biblical viewpoint."

Speaking from her own experience and that of her children, Jansen encourages young adults from urban areas to consider a rural, small-town college experience on a young, dynamic campus to provide a strong base for future growth.

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