The college Alumni Office maintains the alumni directory, MacDirect.
Grace Clark ’20, In the fall I’ll start an Americorps program called Community Technology Empowerment Project, and I’ll be placed at Project for Pride in Living in Minneapolis. It’s a year-long program. Plan to get a job in environmental education.
Maria Peterson ’20, I’ll be working at Sunny Hollow Montessori in St. Paul as an aide in a preschool classroom. Interested in community organizing, maybe a Master’s Degree.
Katie Hunter ’20, Will serve as a Fulbright ETA in La Rioja, Spain, starting in January. Until then, will live and work in my hometown, Des Moines.
Max Danielewicz ’20, Urban Teachers Fellow in Washington DC. 2-year Master’s with Johns Hopkins, 4-year commitment in DC.
Roni Margalit ’20, AmeriCorps Fellowship at the Legal Rights Center in Minneapolis. I’d like to get my Montessori license for early childhood education and a Master’s in early childhood development.
Brooke Carey ’20, Staying with my parents in St. Paul. I hope to pursue an Ed.S. Or PhD in School Psychology.
Gary Huang ’20, Staying in Saint Paul and working at Securian Financial, a life insurance company based in Saint Paul. In an ideal world, I would teach English abroad for a couple of years before coming back to the United States for a year of service, and then continuing on to grad school in some Education/ESL related field.
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, 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.
Cassidy Reves-Sohn ’18, Graduated from University of Chicago with AM degree in Social Work (2020).
Sarah Kolenbrander ’18, Finished Master’s in secondary social studies, will teach Human Geography and US History @ Centennial HS in MN (2020).
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.
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.
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, MN.
Ally Milenkovic ’17, Received MG in Chemistry and now working at the Academy of Science in St. Paul and tutors in STEM (2020).
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.
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.
Erin Hustad ’16, Obtained teaching license in middle and high school sciences; 7th grade science teacher at Global Arts Plus (SPPS) (2020).
Kelsey Larson ’16, Graduated from Stanford Teacher ED program (2020), accepted 8th grade position at Maplewood Middle school secondary social studies (2020).
Jessie Miller ’16, Accepted into UIC’s Sociology doctoral program (spring 2020).
Kassia Massey ’16, Received Masters in Elem Education, U of Michigan; now teaching 4th grade Orchard Hills Elementary in Novi, MI (2020).
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, My name is Emily Elkins, class of 2016. I am currently pursuing a Master of Social Work degree at the University of Minnesota (class of 2021).
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.
Christian Smith ’15, Finished PhD in Sociology at University of Wisconsin. Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology at Berea College (2020).
Jennie Kim ’15, Works at Middle Seat Digital in D.C. as a Senior Digital Strategist (2020).
Eura Chang ’15, Completed first year of law school at the University of MN (2020).
Rob Granfelt ’15, Private music lessons (drum) at Music Work Northwest, a non-profit music 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.
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