After Macalester

After Macalester, students pursue a variety of options in graduate school and employment. A poll of recent graduates showed that they had these future plans:

Alison Goodrum ’14 (Bloomington, MN) will be working as a Data Analyst at Hardwick Day in Bloomington, MN

Wouter Hammink ’14 (Bruce, SD) will be doing a fellowship with Environment Illinois in Chicago working on clean energy policy and organizing

Badhaftu Kadir ’14 (St. Paul, MN) will be a New York Corps Member for City Year

Lydia Lippold-Gelb’ 14 (Seattle, WA) will be working as a campus Organizer for MASSPIRG (Massachusetts Public Interest Research Group)

Hana Masri ’14 (Verona, NJ) will be pursuing a PhD in Rhetoric, Politics and Culture at the University of Wisconsin, Madison

Andrew Ojeda ’14 (Fresno, CA.) is working for Republican National Committee here in Minnesota at the Republican Party of Minnesota as a Precinct Building Specialist

Ilija Prachkovski ’14 (Delchevo, Macedonia) was awarded a Matthew Nimtez Scholarship for the Master of Public Administration at the School of Public Policy at the central European University on Budapest

Jingyuan Qian ‘14 (Nanjing, Jisngsu China) will go to Georgetown for graduate study in public policy

Claire Runquist ’14 (Melbourne, IA) will be attending the University of Iceland getting a degree in Environment and Natural Resources with a focus on policy

Jesse Russell ’14 (Eden Prairie, MN) will be working as a front end developer at the Washington Post

Anna Schmitz’14 (St. Paul, MN) will be a Field Organizer on Senator Mark Begich’s reelection campaign in Alaska

Emma van Emmerik ’14 (Shutesbury, Mass.) will be working at Boston Children’s Hospital at the New Balance Obesity Prevention Center as a Research Assistant

Alexandra Ward ’14 (Albuquerque, NM) will be working in Washington D.C. with Tesla Motors