Rudy Henriquez ’14
Daly City, California
English, Political Science
After Mac: Yelp
Set ambitious goals for yourself as early as possible, find a position of leadership on campus, gain professional and leadership skills that will stand out in an the interview.
Ben Lavin ’14
New York City, New York
After Mac: Peace Corps
Appreciate it when profs challenge you, take statistics and code and classes that are not in your field, understand different perspectives on a topic, study abroad, let your interests lead you to new places.
Amy Janett ’14
Verona, New Jersey
After Mac: PhD in applied math
Take a variety of courses first semester, do research, build relationships with professors and classmates, take advantage of Mac’s location, don’t be afraid to ask for help.
Joe Dykema ’14
After Mac: PricewaterhouseCoopers
Listen to teammates, meet with professors on a regular basis, do an internship, reach out to
alumni, do another internship.
Ruxi Zhang ’14
International Studies, Russian Studies
After Mac: PhD in Political Science
Get involved in something that matters to you, take on a leadership role, do an internship, listen to your professors (they want you to succeed), learn from writing analytical research papers.