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Diana Stone ’19, Working at Fusion Hill or Starkey Hearing Aids in Marketing.
Sophie Nadler ’19, Working at MNHS for summer, hope to pursue family/school/youth programming in museums.
Missy Stevanovic ’19, Working in DNR as an assistant naturalist. Further studies in Fellowship in Environmental Educ.
Sasha Hixson ’19, Work in sex ed.
Rebekah Griffen ’19, Graduate school.
Mia Smith ’19, Sea Salt Restaurant,m possibly youth farm. TBD!
Ashton Horsley ’19, Employment counselor at Community Connections Partnership in St. Paul and Director of Children’s Ministries at Fairmont Avenue United Methodist Church.
Emma Heuchert ’19, Working with kids, grad school for library science.
M. Therese Deslippe ’18, Work at L’Arche for one year, then grad school Fall 2019 for early childhood special education.
Kevin Xiong ’18, Will be pursuing a master’s program at the University of MN in counseling and student personnel psychology.
Sarah Kolenbrander ’18, Attending the Teacher Education Program at the Harvard School of Education for master’s degree in secondary social studies.
Kristen Tuttle ’18, working at College Possible, taking classes at Hamline toward K-6 teaching license and MAT.
Mikayla Ferg ’18, Americorps VISTA position with Minneapolis Youth Coordinating Board
Sarah Matzdorf ’18, helping conduct research at Regions Hospital
Tracy Pham ’18, Freedom School, Neighborhood House, and then grad school
Iris (Xintong) Liu ’18, educational counselor in Shanghai, China
Cassidy Reves-Sohn ’18, grad school at UChicago for social work
Ella Schoenen ’18, working at Highland Park Montessori School, then hopefully TA in SPPS
Cecilia Caro ’18, returning home, and then back to the Twin Cities
Robin Webb ’18, working at a Girl Scout Camp, then maybe Americorps or classroom teaching
Clara King ’18, working as research assistant, then hopefully Americorps
Molly Lloyd ’18, working at Step by Step Montessori in Wayzata
Atticus Kleen ’17, College Possible in August ’17 and eventually Grad school.
Dorothy Moore ’17, Teaching fellowship at Ascend Charter Schools, Brooklyn, NY for two years.
Ollin Montes ’17, Americorps Service or Organizing work w/ISAIAH.
Robert Lin ‘17, Hoping to be EA in St. Paul Schools and eventually teach in St. Paul Schools.
Emily Bohlig ’17, Grad School at University of MN for Math M.S. with emphasis on Education to further teach at Community College.
Ryan Jordan Harris ’17, Hopefully work with high school students in Twin Cities.
Elena Torry-Schrag ’17, Sawhill Canoe Outfitters, BWCA, with Grad school in future for social work or teaching.
Ally Milenkovic ’17, PhD program in chemistry.
Nuoya Wu (Nora) ’17, Women in Public Service project at Wilson Center, DC & Master in International Education Policy/Public Policy.
Ngan Nguyen ’17, Masters of Art in Teaching at Brown University, secondary social studies teacher and educational research.
E. J. Schoenborn ’17, Working at Expo summer school and Rustbec Poetry Slam, maybe Grad school at Hamline.
Leyla Suleiman ’17, Working towards licensure in literature for middle/high school literature teacher.
Jill Merrick ’16, Clinical psychology w/children and adolescents.
Reavy Alcott-Fike ’16, Teaching or non-profit work.
Katelyn Kack ’16, Grad School for Educational Leadership.
Anthony Grahai ’16, Hamline University for License to teach Secondary English.
Rebecca Hawk ’16, Earn Master’s in Teaching middle school English.
Rosa Colman ’16, Hope to work in politics.
Anna Van Sice ’16, Graduate School for Social Work.
Emily Elkins ’16, A work in progress.
Erin Hustad ’16, Hamline for teaching license, science.
Max Guttman ’16, Become certified, teach middle school English/art.
Christina Bloom ’16, Become high school teacher.
Elena Friedman ’16, Immediate work for Americorps and become a teacher.
Kelsey Larson ’16, Work in education field in the Twin Cities.
Eura Chang ’15, Research intern @Edu.Evolving (summer), Fulbright ETA-Senegal (October-August).
Rob Granfelt ’15, Private music lessons (drum) at Music Work Northwest, a non-profit music program.
Christian Smith ’15, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Educational Policy Studies PhD program.
Willliam Matsuda ’15, National Geographic in D.C. (fall 2015 internship). In January Will starts an internship at Aperture Foundation.
Ronit Zemel ’15, Harlam Day Camp, Asst. Director.
Inga Roen ’15, Conservation Apprentice this summer in Warren MN with the SWCD of Marshall County. After this I may be substitute teaching.
Emma Ensign-Church ’15, Portland, Oregon Junior High School Coach at College Possible.
Mike Waltman ’15, Fulfilling an NIM PostBac TRTA in Bethesda, MD.
Tyler Krentz ’15, Second grade teacher at Achievement First in New York City and graduate student at Relay Graduate School of Education. He will receive his MAT in 2017
Adam Bauer ’14, Field representative for Wakefield Pork, Inc in Gaylord, MN.
Mela Still ’14, Minnesota Historical Society.
Christa Nilsen ’14, Math for America in NYC & taking classes at City College of New York’s School of Education.
Rachel Voit ’14, Field Instructor with New Vision Wilderness Therapy in Medford, WI.
Ross Bronfenbrenner ’14, Employed at Wellesley for summer and hopefully an admissions job after that.
Bailey Rehnberg ’14, Environment Maryland, a non-profit in Baltimore, MD where I will be completing a 2-year clean water fellowship.
Elise Hollinger ’14, Chicago Teaching Fellows-Special Education Teacher.
Mollie Rose Siebert ’14, I’m self-employed as outdoor educator, seeking future employment in seasonal land-based education work.
Erin Schulz ’14, Teach for America in Central Washington-Junior High English.
Phoebe Marcus ’14, New Sector Alliance-Rise Fellowship in Chicago.
Jessica Ramirez Vasquer ’14, Extracurricular instructor/translator/curriculum coordinator at KairosPDX.
Stacey Murrell ’13, Master’s program in Social Science at the University of Chicago and will be applying to PhD programs in History this fall ’14.
Nic Lechault ’13, 5-12 Social Studies License program at Hamline University.
Alyssa Marakle, ‘13, College Possible Twin Cities.
Hannah Van Den Brandt, ’13, Moving to Washington, DC; looking at grad school, working in the field of reproductive and sexual health.
Riley Koval ‘13, Attending the University of Notre Dame School of Law.
Kesha Berg ’13, Pursue teaching certificate and teach in Twin Cities.
Kyanna Jones ’13, Tutoring job in either North Carolina or Chicago.
Hannah Warman ’13, University Child Development School Seattle, WA. Will be a Resident Teacher in their year-long program and work on MAT at the University of Washington or elsewhere.
Celia Marshall ’13, Hamline University for K-6 teaching certificate and possibly MAT.
Kelsey Austin-King ’13, Menlo Park, CA. Fulbright English teaching assistantship, Columbia (Bogata).
Jasmine Ball ’13, Firm Marketing Coordinator for Securian Financial Advisors in Bismarck, ND.
Beatrice Rendon ’13, Teach for America-elementary Kansas City, MO.
Susan Yang ’13, Will teach English in French Guiana.
Diana Clark ’12, Viola, WI. Day care teacher in Pre-school room and working towards teaching credential in Madison, Wisconsin.
Catherine Flint ’12, Palo Alto, CA. Working in Oakland, CA for a program called Citizen Schools and working torwards teaching credential in secondary math.
Jeanmarie Youngblood ’12, New York, NY. Pursuing Ph.D. in math at University of Minnesota
Kaitlin Roh ’12, Columbus, NE. Fulbright 2012-2013 research in Amman, Jordan.
Will Dhonau ’12, Fond Du Lac, WI. Junior Coach at College Possible in Twin Cities.
Taylor Tinkham ’12, Minneapolis, MN. Baker/bavista at Songbird Cafe’, applying to Foodcorps, volunteering for nutrition/urban gardening nonprofits.
Marcus Fleming ‘12, Mankato, MN. Teaching English in Yongin, South Korea.
Anna Schiltz ’12, Minnetonka, MN. Teaching preK-8th grade Spanish in Pensacola, FL & studying for Master’s in Education with Notre Dame’s Alliance for Catholic Education Program.
Maggie Hutchinson ’12, Evanston, IL. City of Lakes AmeriCorps in Mpls. Public Schools. Serving as a literacy tutor for intermediate ELL middle school students.
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