2013 Undergraduate Careers
Future plans reported by some of our graduates:
Kristin Alvarado will be in Dallas, TX teaching high school biology as a member of Teach for America.
Adele Bruggeman will be serving at Open Arms Children's Home in Komga, South Africa for a year.
Robert Colas will be working in merchandising at Abercrombie and Fitch's Home Office in Columbus, Ohio.
Caitlin Connelly will be attending the University of Minnesota for a Masters of Education and Licensure program, Special Education.
Jacqueline Covarrubias will start a masters of education program at National Louis University in Chicago through Academy of Urban School Leadership. After a year of training, she will be teaching 3rd-5th grade at a Chicago Public School.
Meghan Davis will be attending Dartmouth University to pursue a Masters in Public Health.
Elizabeth Doane will be attending medical school at George Washington School of Medicine.
Tess Edvardsen will be entering medical school at Marian University College of Medicine in the fall.
Elexis Ellis will be attending Yale University in their Doctoral Program in Sociology studying Theory and Historical Sociology and Gender Studies.
Melanie Fritz will be serving at Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest in Gresham, Oregon as a Domesitic Violence Crisis Advocate.
Savannah Hayes will be working at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center as an Emergency Department scribe.
Kourtney Keck will be serving with City Year Chicago, working as a mentor and tutor at a low-income public middle school or high school.
Crystal Lee will be serving with ACE (Alliance for Catholic Education) for the next two years where she will teach middle school language arts and pursue a Master of Education degree from Notre Dame.
Samuel Lee will be serving with YWAM (Youth with a Mission) Marine Reach.
Lauren Leniart will be working in Fort Lauderdale, Florida while applying to PA school for fall 2014.
Caroline Lennon will be working for Ernst & Young Philadelphia Auditing next year.
Alex Li will be attending medical school at Georgetown University next year.
Katharine Mack will be attending Fordham University's Masters of Science in Business Enterprise program in NYC.
Jaime Malandra will be serving with ACE Middle School in language arts, MA Education.
Kara Mathis will be working at Huron Consulting Group as an analyst in their legal division in Chicago.
Jane McGraw will be working for FOX Sports, in PR and Communications, in Los Angeles.
Jessica Millen will be teaching elementary education in New Orleans as part of Teach for America.
Caroline Mohamed will be teaching elementary education in Jacksonville, Florida for Teach for America.
Andrew Norris has started a position in computer programming at a publishing company called Publir in South Bend, IN.
Michelle Ramirez will be serving with City Year Denver.
Emma Richardson will be working as a Project Manager for Epic Systems in Madison, Wisonsin.
Jule Saxer will be attending Saint Louis University in an accelerated BSN Program for Nursing.
Alexa Solazzo will be attending graduate school at Rice University to pursue a PhD in Sociology.
Brett Straka will be working as an assistant brand manager at Procter and Gamble in Cincinnati, Ohio.
"Your graduation ceremony is the culmination of countless hours of hard work and the beginning of a grand adventure - an adventure that will be enriched by your background in sociology.".pdf Professor Jessica Collett, May 17, 2013