Let Embry-Riddle Take You Places

Recent Grad, Nina Egbalic, scored a great job out of college. Learn how Embry-Riddle can open doors for you too.

Embry-Riddle student Nina Egbalic talks about her hands on experiences in her various labs here at ERAU which led to her landing a job at the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.

Forensic Biology graduate Nina Egbalic (’19) says the hands-on experiences she got at Embry-Riddle have helped her “hit the ground running” by opening doors to several dynamic career options.

Specifically, she credits an internship at The Biomechanics, a physical therapy and sports medicine center near the Prescott Campus, with helping her chart a career course she’s excited about.

“I was able to learn a lot of individual knowledge from the different therapists I got to work with,” she said.

And her degree from a renowned STEM school like Embry-Riddle has Egbalic feeling “more than ready” to tackle whatever opportunities her future may offer.