We’re called the “Masterpiece on the Mississippi” for a reason – the river carved our landscape into a work of art. With over 59 miles of hiking trails, 16 breweries & wineries, 75 music & arts festivals, and over 200 nonprofits, Dubuque is no stereotypical midwestern city!
Images by and courtesy of Voices Productions. Learn more about Dubuque’s murals by visiting VoicesProductions.org.
“I grew up in a suburb of Chicago and moved to Dubuque in 2008. I have young kids and the school district in Dubuque is fantastic. I definitely think that commitment to community and to making things better residents is what Dubuque does best.”
“I have found Dubuque to be progressive in its approach to growth. The city has an awareness of the importance of social and cultural diversity and the importance of caring for our environment. It is a great place to live!”
“We love the hills and natural beauty of places like Eagle Point Park, Swiss Valley, and the Mississippi riverfront. We also enjoy Iowa’s unique role in national politics, because it has allowed us to hear—and sometimes meet—presidential candidates in person.”
Wartburg Seminary looks forward to welcoming you to join our vibrant and growing community here in Dubuque. If you would like to learn more about what Dubuque has to offer, we recommend visiting the Travel Dubuque website or the Greater Dubuque Development Corp. website. We are accepting your letters of interest and resumes for the current open positions listed here. Electronic submissions are requested.