Walsh University

Rebecca Coneglio | Twenty Under 40!

I believe that the pursuit of knowledge can lead to endless possibilities. And while it may be easy to become complacent in a job, I would encourage young professionals to never settle and strive for opportunities to grow intellectually and challenge themselves. In advancing your careers, it’s important to seek out professional growth that will heighten the skills of creativity, problem-solving and critical thinking.

Higher degree

David Waligorski has what every college graduate wants: a job waiting for him. Even better, it’s a well-paying job that’s expected to be in high demand for years to come. Waligorski, of Canal Fulton, who graduated in May from the University of Akron, will be working as a corrosion engineer for BP at its refinery near Toledo.