Alumni and Staff Profiles

First in her family to attend college, Ruth found herself lonely and needing God when she moved across the country for grad school--until she found an InterVarsity graduate ministry chapter. 

As a freshman, Parker was ambivalent about the small InterVarsity chapter that he was invited to attend at Franklin & Marshall College in Pennsylvania.

Renee McCrory decided to join InterVarsity staff at the end of a long day at her sales job. She was driving to George Mason University (GMU) where she led a small group Bible study started by her church. “I realized that this could be my job,” she recalled. “I love it, so I thought, why don’t I do it fulltime?”

Robert Finley was hired straight out of college in 1945 by C. Stacey Woods, the founder of InterVarsity. During this formative period for a number of evangelical ministries, Finley met and worked with many other pioneers as they followed God’s call to spread the gospel message across the U.S. and around the world in the post-World War II era.

Dr. Denis Mukwege, co-winner of the Nobel Peace Prize for 2018, is a graduate of InterVarsity’s sister movement in Burundi, where he did part of his medical studies.

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