Class of 2018—What’s Next?
As the Class of 2018 prepares to head off into the world, here's a preview of what a few have planned.
Class of 2017—What’s Next?
The Class of 2017 is ready to take on the world. See what some of them have planned for after Macalester.
MacConnect: Networking with Alumni
MacConnect trips help students network with alumni in Seattle, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C.
Seven fledgling businesses spread their wings in a remarkable entrepreneurial incubator.
Learning the Ropes
From caring for zebras to managing actors, Mac students gained some unforgettable experiences last summer.
Class of 2016—What’s Next?
Macalester's Class of 2016 is off to make their mark in the world. Here's where some of them are headed.
Networking in D.C.
Through MacConnect DC, Joe Klein spent his spring break networking and talking about careers with Macalester alumni in Washington, D.C.
Circling the Globe with Soccer
After Macalester, Georgia Cloepfil ’14 landed spots on professional soccer teams in Australia and Sweden.
Peace Corps Producer
For the third year in a row, Macalester is a top sender of Peace Corps volunteers.
Gates Grant for PhD Research
Zoë Campbell ’09 is one of only 16 students worldwide selected for a special program where she’ll help Tanzanian farmers as she earns her PhD.
The Class of 2015: After Mac
We checked in with a few members of the Class of 2015 to see what their first year out of college looks like.
Federal Reserve Internship
Jonathan Van Arneman ’16 interned at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and discovered his strengths.
Networking Silicon Valley
Mac students networked with alumni at San Francisco area tech companies such as Facebook and Google.
People Over Postings
Mac Career Center staff showed Jamila Humphrie ’11 that when searching for jobs, personal connections trump online ads.
Over spring break, more than a dozen Mac students met with Macalester alumni working in the government and nonprofit sectors in Washington, D.C.
Entry Level at eBay
What began as an elevator conversation turned into an internship and then a job offer for Michael Costigan ’13.