See how BYU-Pathway Worldwide students are getting better jobs — before graduating
Kim Johnson, BYU-Pathway’s director of career services, said, “There are students throughout the world who need better jobs to continue their education and to change their circumstances. BYU-Pathway provides a forum to connect students to a variety of resources and job opportunities so they can gain skills and have a successful career.”
Building self-reliance through certificates
BYU-Pathway provides students with marketable skills early in their degree to help them find jobs that pay more, increase their self-reliance, and become better disciples of Jesus Christ.
With each educational milestone, Andrés earned a raise and a promotion. He has since helped recruit many BYU-Pathway students to his company.
Connecting students with remote jobs
By partnering with multiple third-party companies that connect students with remote jobs in higher wage nations, BYU-Pathway is able to help students gain above average salaries and leadership skills. Typically, students double the salaries they were making previously.
"I know with all my heart that BYU-Pathway has been inspired by God to bless the lives of all His children who need and want a high-quality education but who, due to economic and time challenges, cannot obtain it in their countries."
More than 500 students also work as
Sajjal Zia, an online degree-seeking student from Pakistan, is a peer mentor. This opportunity gave her a stable job, income, and confidence to pursue a career in graphic design. She said, “Working as a peer mentor has blessed me to pay my own tithing, save money for my education, and afford my expenses. God is preparing me for my future, and because of this, I have a positive feeling about the future and my goals.” Currently, Sajjal is pursuing certificates in
Though these students’ experiences are remarkable, they are not unique. BYU-Pathway provides students with the resources and support they need to gain spiritual, educational, and financial knowledge — propelling students beyond their current circumstances to brighter opportunities.