2014 Undergraduate Careers

The future plans of some of our graduates

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...from the College of Arts and Letters:

Rebecca Areaux will be attending law school.

Olevia Boykin will be attending Yale Law School to attain her JD, starting this fall.

Jarrod Buchanon plans to take the MCAT this summer and apply to medical school in summer of 2015.

Minjung Cha will be working in an educational consulting business (T&B Consulting) for a year, then plans to return to Notre Dame for a master's in business.

Edithstein Cho deferred enrollment to Carnegie Mellon's MFA program in Dramatic Writing.

Kelsie Corriston will be doing post-grad service for the Alliance for Catholic Education program in Los Angeles, CA, teaching 3rd grade and pursuing her Master of Education.

Kathleen Dollard will be attending graduate school next year here at Notre Dame in the Mendoza College of Business to attain a Master of Science in Business degree.

Terry Ely will be working at Cancer Treatment Centers of America as a Management Fellow in Schaumburg, Illinois.

Louise Fauth graduated in January; spent 3 months in Myanmar, interning with "Save the Children" on their humanitarian team.  She returned to the US in May and plans to sign up with another international service group.

Maureen Flaherty will be attending graduate school next year at DePaul University to attain a Master's Degree in Ed.; eventually would like to be a 1st grade teacher.

Danielle Gies will be working at the YMCA of Michiana in South Bend, Indiana as the Executive Assistant to the CEO.

Cathryn Jenkins will do post-grad service for the Alliance for Catholic Education program on campus and in Austin, Texas teaching and pursuing a Master's of Education degree.

Erin Jenkins will be doing post-grad service for City Year, in Columbus, Ohio, working in a school with students who are at risk for dropping out.

Abigail Kostielney will attend graduate school next year here at Notre Dame in the Echo Program to attain her Master's degree.

Caitlin Lackner will attend Boston College Law School to attain her JD, starting this fall.

Adam LaPlaca will work at Gerson Lehrman Group in Austin, TX, doing consulting and connecting clients to experts.

Kevin Lind signed his first professional hockey contract on April 5th; will play for the Norfolk Admirals of the American Hockey League this upcoming year.

Colleen Madden will work at Target in Minneapolis, MN as a business analyst.

Michelle Mowry will be attending graduate school next year at Washington University in St. Louis to attain her Master in Social Work degree.

Precious Okonokhua plans to attend graduate school at Georgia State University to pursue a Master's in Criminal Justice.

Margaret Pickard will be teaching English to school children in Japan through the JET Program.

Annie Rhodes will be in her 5th year of ND's MA-BA program in French, to complete a Master's degree next year.  After that, she hopes to go on to a PhD program in cultural anthropology.

Aaron Sant-Miller will attend graduate school next year here at Notre Dame in Applied Statistics to attain his Master of Science Degree.

Katherine Spencer will attend Medical School at Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston, MA; will specialize in oncology or infectious diseases.

Madeline Swan will be teaching high school math and hopefully will be coaching somewhere in the Chicago area.

Anna VanEgmond will be working at Pricewaterhouse Coopers as an Information Technology Security Consultant in Chicago, Illinois.

Karyn Vilbig will be working at a startup company called "Eyemagination," as a fellow in Venture for America.

Tylor Waits-Mondragon will be working as a Software Consultant for Protiviti in Chicago, IL next year.

Brandon West will attend graduate school next year at Notre Dame, in the Mendoza College of Business, to attain a Master of Science in Business degree.

Eric Whittington will be doing post-grad service for the Alliance for Catholic Education program in Chicago, IL, teaching and pursuing a Master of Education.


...from the College of Business:

Whitley Bacon will be working as a Software Developer for Vanguard in Charlotte, NC, next year.

Caitlin Bobber will be working in Custom Analytics - Pricing and Promotion for The Nielsen Company in Chicago, IL next year.

Charles Kohaut will be working at Colliers International as a Commercial Real Estate Brokerage agent in Parsippany, NY.

Kathryn Lill will be working for J.P. Morgan as a Private Banking Analyst in NYC, starting this summer.

Anne Schoenwetter will be working at Abercrombie & Fitch in their Finance Leadership Development Program in Columbus, OH.


...from the College of Science:

Minsung Bock is preparing for medical school in Korea.

Eliza Herrero will do post-gread service for the Nuestros Pequenos Hermanos program in Nicaragua as an English teacher.

Hollyn Trudell plans to attend Medical School at the University of Toledo in Ohio pursuing her MD.


 "My main hope and advice for all of you, though, is that you not forget or become too busy to employ all the talents and skills for the service of others that you have developed.".pdf Professor Richard Williams, May, 16, 2014