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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:
Caitlin Hannahan ’11 (Pelham, MA) will being attending London School of Economics.
Calanthe Cope-Kasten ’11 (Ripon, WI) will be attending Law School at the University of Michigan.
Stephanie Fenner ’11(Minneapolis, MN) is working for Alliance for a Better Minnesota.
Robert Hemphill ’11 (Park Ridge, IL) is working for the Organizing Apprenticeship Project.
Jamila Humphrie ’11 (Seattle, WA) is working on a political campaign in Yonkers, NY.
Marichel Mejia ’11 (Golden Valley, MN) will be doing a fellowship with SAF (Student Action with Farm Workers).
Stephen Murphy-Logue ’11 (Anchorage, AK) will be working with the Urban Prep Fellows Program in Chicago.
Sarah Nilsson Dolah ’11 (Dalby, Sweden) is attending grad school in Geneva, at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in International Affairs.
Edward Oliver ’11 (Osage City, KS) will be working at Child Hunger Corps with Gleaners Food Bank in Indianapolis, IN.
Nelly Provencal-Dayle ’11 (Sarasota, FL) will be doing a internship in Beijing, China in the NGO sector at EACT- Education Association for China Tomorrow.
Thomas Poulos ’11 (Irvine, CA) is working on a Master’s Program in Public Policy at UCLA.
Elizabeth Vermann ’11 (Bronx, NY) is working at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
Marissa Warden ’11 (North Mankato, MN) be teaching secondary special education for Teach for America in Memphis, TN.
Lauren Ackerman ’10 (Portland, Ore.) is teaching English with the Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program.
Westenley Alcenat ’10 (Minneapolis, Minn.) is working on a PhD program at Columbia University.
Sallem Berhane ’10 (Potomac, Md.) is working on a Master’s Program at SOAS, University of London.
Federico Burlon ’10 (Rosario, Argentina) is working on a Master’s Program in Human Rights, London School of Economics.
Courtney Flathers ’10 (Coos Bay, Ore.) is working at Andersen United Community School in Minneapolis with Minnesota Reading Corps.
Manasi Kapoor ’10 (Dar es Salaam, Tanzania) is a research associate for the Advisory Board in Washington, D.C.
Alexander Katz ’10 (Tucson, Ariz.) is attending NYU Law School.
David Seitz ’10 (Wauwatosa, Wis.) is working on a master’s program in geography at the University of Toronto.
Thuto Thipe ’10 (Johannesburg, South Africa) is attending Law School at the University of Cape Town.
Esther Kim ’09 (Peachtree City, Ga.) is with the AmeriCorps VISTA program with the Minnesota Legal Services Coalition in the Twin Cities.
Cybele Kotonias ’09 (Belmont, Mass.) and Adelaide Pagano ’09 (Niskayuna, N.Y.) work as paralegals in Washington, D.C., law firms.
Franz Meyer ’09 (St. Louis, Mo.) works in Milwaukee, Wis., for Teach for America.
Hannah Pallmeyer ’09 (Minneapolis, Minn.) works at the School of the Americas Watch Latin American Office in Barquisimeto, Venezuela.
Brendan Duke ’08 (Alameda, Calif.) is a communications associate at Families USA, a District of Columbia nonprofit that advocates for universal health care and research of global diseases.
Will Howell ’08 (Salem, Ore.) is the political director for the Matt Entenza for Governor Campaign.
Talha Khan ’08 (Quetta, Pakistan) works as an associate in the TAP Global Rotation Program at the Capital Group Companies, Inc., Los Angeles, Calif.
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