In 2010, Forbes magazine ranked Dubuque (often referred to as the Key City) as the “Best Smaller Metro for Projected Job Growth” and as 15th nationally among the “Best Small Places for Business and Careers.”
This economic prosperity equates to internships, the ability for post-graduation hires and an infusion of professionals to serve as resources for you. Here’s just a glimpse of the opportunities that await:
- IBM chose Dubuque as the home for its technical services delivery center – bringing 1,300 jobs to downtown.
- Hormel Foods recently built a new $90 million processing plant, joining industry leader John Deere Dubuque Works in the manufacturing sector.
- McGraw-Hill Higher Education publishing, Prudential Financial, McKesson Corporation, FlexSteel, Heartland Financial and Medline are among the national and international companies who call Dubuque home
- The Dubuque Museum of Art complements a vibrant arts community that is full of galleries, exhibitions, public art projects and creative agencies
- An award-winning hospital and a medical center with the prestigious magnet designation anchor a robust healthcare sector
The only way to truly experience Dubuque’s embracing character is to visit in person. Contact the Clarke admissions office today at (800)383-2345 or www.clarke.edu/visit to schedule a campus visit.