Madison Etchberger

Madison Etchberger

Hometown: Schwenksville, Pa.
Major(s): biology, anthropology
Employer: Advanced Clinical

Madison joins Advanced Clinical where she will work on rare disease clinical trials as a study operation analyst. She will be based in King of Prussia, Pa.
Internship Experiences: Study Management Intern, CSL Behring

How has Dickinson prepared Madison for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has challenged me to be the best learner I can be,” she says. “Dickinson has made me want to be a lifelong learner in wherever life takes me.”

What are some of the defining moments of Madison’s Dickinson experience? “The most defining moment of my time at Dickinson was meeting and working with associate professor of biology Scott Boback,” Madison explains. “From the pine trees of Georgia to the ponds of Carlisle, he has constantly pushed me to be the best student, researcher and scientist I can be. My time at Dickinson would not have been the same without his presence.”
Amanda Santilli

Amanda Santilli

Hometown: Downingtown, Pa.
Major(s): earth sciences
Employer: Global Indemnity Group

Amanda joins Global Indemnity Group as a catastrophe modeling analyst. Based in Bala Cynwyd, Pa., she will be modeling the risk of insuring prospective properties based on natural hazards such as earthquakes, floods and tsunamis.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Astronomy Club; Geological Society; Geology Club; Physics Club; Society of Physics Students; Student-Faculty Research; Teaching Assistant; Dickinson Christian Fellowship; InterVarsity Christian Fellowship; Dickinson Dog House

Internship Experiences: Title, Organization, Location

What are some of the defining moments of Amanda’s Dickinson experience? “I have had incredible opportunities to travel with the earth sciences department to Greenland, Iceland, Costa Rica and the southwestern United States, observing different natural processes and formations,” she explains. “I have also been able to travel to Bolivia as part of student-faculty research. The experiences of traveling so many places and encountering so many new things will certainly stick with me long after I leave Dickinson.”

Brady Foshay

Hometown: South Portland, Maine
Major(s): English
Employer: Appalachian Mountain Club

Brady will be in charge of maintaining the Maine Wilderness Lodges in Greenville, Maine.
What is Brady most anticipating about his post-graduation plans? “I’m excited to explore different fields of work, to travel and to put the skills I’ve gained in my undergraduate degree to use in whatever field I choose to participate,” he says.

Brindon Sutton

Hometown: Pinson, Ala.
Major(s): economics; Spanish
Employer: Random Logic Games

Brindon will work for Random Logic Games where he will review monetary and marketing data to discover deeper insights into potential game improvements. He will be based in Birmingham, Ala.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Department Majors Committee; Teaching Assistant; Alpha Phi Omega; Neighbors to Neighbors; Sigma Delta Pi; Soccer Club; Student Teaching; Student Worker; Resident Advisers

Internship Experiences: Intern, Random Logic Games

What are some of the defining moments of Brindon’s Dickinson experience? “Studying abroad has definitely been a defining moment of my Dickinson experience,” he says. “Living in and experiencing a different culture has shaped who I am today. It’s given me a deeper appreciation for other cultures and shown me that I can get out of my comfort zone and succeed.”

Kelsey Walsh

Hometown: Phoenixville, Pa.
Major(s): law & policy
Employer: Lincoln Financial Group

Kelsey will be an inbound sales representative for Lincoln Financial Group, based in Radnor, Pa.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Delta Nu; Student Worker; Women’s Basketball

Internship Experiences: Merchandising and Assortment Analyst, Ahold; Facilities Manager and Organization Coordinator, Great Valley Community Organization; Project Coordinator, Allied Resources

What are some of the defining moments of Kelsey’s Dickinson experience? “Getting the opportunity to study abroad in Bologna, Italy was a defining moment for me,” she says. “Before my study abroad experience, I had never been out of the country, so it allowed me to experience other parts of the world and embrace a new culture.”
Jessica Lizardo

Jessica Lizardo

Hometown: Bronx, N.Y.
Major(s): sociology
Employer: KIPP Charter School

Jessica will be an Empire Teaching Fellow. She will receive training at the KIPP NYC College Prep High School as well as attending the Relay Graduate School of Education to gain a master’s degree in education. After two years, she will be a full-time teacher at the KIPP NYC College Prep High School.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Dana Intern; Education Society; Student-Faculty Research; CommServ; YWCA Homework Help; Delta Nu; Cheerleading; Latin American Club; Student Worker; Anwar Belly Dance Club; Special Interest Housing

How has Dickinson prepared Jessica for Life Beyond the Limestone? “My time at Dickinson has allowed me to meet a diverse group of amazing individuals who all have impacted me to make me the person I am today,” Jessica says. “Furthermore, my time at Dickinson has taught me that I can accomplish anything that I put my mind in to—the opportunities are there—I just have to work diligently in order to make my dreams come true.”

What are some of the defining moments of Jessica’s Dickinson experience? “Studying abroad in Argentina, Ecuador and Spain while being at Dickinson has to be one of the most defining parts of my Dickinson experience,” she explains.
Talia Amorosano

Talia Amorosano

Hometown: Smithtown, N.Y.
Major(s): English and art & art history
Employer: Dickinson College

Talia will be Dickinson’s art & art history post-baccalaureate artist-in-residence. She will maintain an active studio practice, serve as a teaching assistant for classes, attend and participate in senior studio critiques, exhibit work in the Goodyear Gallery, advise the Arts Collective and act as a department representative for prospective students and majors.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Arts House; Belles Lettres Society; Soccer Club; Student Worker; Arts Collective; Dickinson Review; Dickinsonian; WDCV-FM

Internship Experiences: Intern, Times Beacon Record, Setauket, N.Y.

How has Dickinson prepared Talia for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Writing a 45-page English thesis and creating a cohesive body of artwork to show in the senior exhibition have prepared me to take on large, time-intensive analytical and creative projects,” she explains. “Throughout my college experience I have explored many methods, modes and mediums of work across different departments: the fact that I have been able to immerse myself in so many disciplines and methods of inquiry has made me a more well-rounded individual and a more deliberate consumer. I will take the knowledge and experiences gained at Dickinson with me as I enter into next year and consider the far future.”

What is Talia most anticipating about her post-graduation plans? “I’m excited to continue to create artwork and to expand my creative skill-set in a place that feels comfortable to me,” she says. “I look forward to seeing where further exploration takes me!”
Delphine Dall’Agata

Delphine Dall’Agata

Hometown: Wilmette, Ill.
Major(s): Italian studies; Spanish
Employer: SITE Program

Delphine will be working as an English teaching assistant at two Italian high schools outside of Milan, Italy. In addition to English language courses, I will be using the Content and Language Integrated Learning methodology to teach courses in history, geography and the social sciences.
Campus Activities and Engagement: College Choir; Dana Intern; Department Intern/Assistant; Department Majors Committee; Italian Club; The Norman M. Eberly Multilingual Writing Center; Tutor; CommServ; Sigma Delta Pi; International House; Language Tables

How has Dickinson prepared Delphine for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson allowed me to pursue my passion for foreign languages and in doing so taught me the values of multiculturalism and multilingualism in our changing world,” she explains. “With Dickinson's liberal arts approach I was able to take advantage of the strong sustainability program and apply my language skills in researching the SmartCity Project in Málaga, Spain, and urban agriculture in Bologna, Italy. With increased globalization and environmental degradation, a global perspective and ecological awareness are qualities that are highly sought after and Dickinson truly promotes the development of these skills.”

What are some of the defining moments of Delphine’s Dickinson experience? “Choosing to switch into Italian 101 my first year was the most rewarding decision I made at Dickinson,” she says. “Not only did it fulfill a lifelong dream of learning the language, but it helped me find a second family on campus, uncover an essential part of my identity and open doors to a multitude of opportunities both academic and professional. My time abroad in Bologna, Italy, was filled with inspiration, joy, growth and wonder that instilled me with a global perspective and a sense of purpose necessary to confront my future. As a part of my Italian Honors Thesis, I received a grant to return to Bologna in January 2017 to research four urban garden initiatives to unearth their ability to improve abandoned urban zones, foster new community relations, educate residents about sustainability and guarantee food security. One seemingly minor decision during my first week of classes evolved into discovering my passion, forming lifelong friendships, and finding a career path.”
Huong (Bonnie) Nguyen Mai

Huong (Bonnie) Nguyen Mai

Hometown: Hanoi, Vietnam
Major(s): economics
Employer: Mazars USA, LLP

Huong joins management consulting firm Mazars USA, LLP, as a staff consultant, based in New York City.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Alpha Phi Omega; Carlisle Tutoring Program; Student Senate Finance Committee; Alpha Lambda Delta; Student Worker
Goeun Choi

Goeun Choi

Hometown: Fairfax, Va.
Major(s): psychology
Employer: United We Dream

Goeun joins United We Dream, the largest immigrant youth-led organization in the nation, as an executive assistant. She will be based in Washington, D.C.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Psychology Club; Tutor; Tritons; Kappa Alpha Theta; Psi Chi; Student Worker; Senior Editor, Her Campus Dickinson

Internship Experiences: Human resources intern, New York Minute Magazine; Intern (Education Division), Village Capital, Washington, D.C.; Intern, Office of Rep. Mike Coffman (R-Colo.), U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, D.C.; Executive assistant, Transcend Academy, Washington, D.C.; Social media marketing intern, Transcend Academy, Washington, D.C.

How has Dickinson prepared Goeun for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has provided me with critical thinking and writing skills,” she says. “Dickinson has also exposed me to a wide variety of social issues that I wasn’t aware of before, which has helped me choose a career path.”

Alison Kennedy

Hometown: Needham, Mass.
Major(s): mathematics
Employer: PwC

Alison joins multinational professional services firm PwC as a technology consultant. She will be based in New York City.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Tutor; Phoenix; Pi Beta Phi; Pi Mu Epsilon; Volleyball Club

Internship Experiences: Intern, Fidelity Investments Legal Department
Jennifer Morris

Jennifer Morris

Hometown: Waban, Mass.
Major(s): law & policy
Employer: Repair the World: Pittsburgh

Jenny joins Repair the World: Pittsburgh as an educational justice fellow. She will engage the community around social justice issues and recruit, train and work alongside volunteers in community service.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Charles A. Tasso Prize in Policy Studies; Department Intern/Assistant; Department Majors Committee; French Club; Mock Trial; Student-Faculty Research; Kappa Alpha Theta; Alpha Lambda Delta; Omicron Delta Kappa; Outing Club; The Peddler

How has Dickinson prepared Jenny for Life Beyond the Limestone? “I am grateful to Dickinson for giving me the chance to explore my diverse academic and extracurricular interests to see how different subjects are connected,” she explains. “After four years of reflection, I have defined what it means to be a global citizen and will carry these values with me after I graduate.”

Anika Yetsko

Hometown: Stirling, N.J.
Major(s): English
Employer: Gina Genovese

Anika joins the campaign of Gina Genovese, independent candidate for New Jersey governor. She will create the candidate’s internet presence and serve as director of communications.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Astronomy Club; Alpha Lambda Delta; Equestrian Club; Dickinson Dog House

Internship Experiences: Writing intern, The Echo-Sentinel Newspaper, Bernardsville, N.J.; Non-profit management intern, Move for Hunger, Asbury Park, N.J.; Events coordinator, Center for Sustainability Education, Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pa.

How has Dickinson prepared Anika for Life Beyond the Limestone? “I feel more courageous and excited to embrace the future,” she explains. “Dickinson has given me the tools to be excellent at whatever I choose because it has helped me to build a foundation for the rest of my life.”

Alan Jacks

Hometown: Wexford, Pa.
Major(s): neuroscience
Employer: Boston Cares

Alan joins Boston Cares as a project development manager. He will work with businesses, non-profits and schools in the Boston area to develop and implement high-impact service projects.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Pre-Health Society; Admissions Student Interviewer; Tritons; Montgomery Service Leaders; Neighbors to Neighbors; Kappa Sigma; Scroll and Key; Club Basketball; Co-ed Volleyball; Volleyball Club

Internship Experiences: Physical therapy intern, UPMC Children’s Hospital, Pittsburgh

How has Dickinson prepared Alan for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson introduced me to the world of non-profits and has allowed me to become very well acquainted and have incredible experiences with different organizations that many people at different institutions would not have had the opportunity to have,” he says.
Stephanie Applegate

Stephanie Applegate

Hometown: Middletown, Pa.
Major(s): policy management
Employer: Senate of Pennsylvania – Office of Senator Ryan Aument

Stephanie joins the Harrisburg office of Pennsylvania Senator Ryan Aument as a legislative assistant. She will act as a proxy for the senator on various committees and caucuses, observe meetings and hearings and report back to the senator. Stephanie will also be pursuing a master’s degree in public policy at American University.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Department Majors Committee; Spanish Club; Academic Disabilities Proctor; C.A.R.E.S.; Alpha Lambda Delta; Omicron Delta Kappa; Sigma Delta Pi; Language Tables; Student Worker; Dickinson Christian Fellowship; Special Interest Housing; Substance-Free Living Community; Food Advisory Council; Seniors Honors Thesis; United Methodist Education Foundation Scholarship; Dean’s List; Stop Hunger NOW; Annual Public Speaking Contest

Internship Experiences: Event Planning Intern, CRU, Fort Collins, Colo.; Commonwealth Public Service Intern/Bureau of Human Resources Intern for the Pennsylvania Department of Human Resources, Harrisburg, Pa.; Legislative Intern, Joint Legislative Conservation Committee, Harrisburg, Pa.; Legislative Intern for President Pro Tempore, Senator Joe Scarnati’s Office, Harrisburg, Pa.; Legislative Intern for Senator Ryan Aument, Harrisburg, Pa.

What are some of the defining moments of James’ Dickinson experience? “Working on, presenting and defending my senior honors thesis on homelessness in Carlisle was incredibly rewarding because I was able to engage in the community and conduct research with the end goal of crafting policy recommendations to alleviate symptoms of this issue,” Stephanie says.

What is Stephanie most anticipating about his/her post-graduation plans? “I’m excited to begin a career in public policy because I’m ready to use what I’ve learned at Dickinson to impact Pennsylvanians in a meaningful way,” she explains.

Timothy Tyler Golian

Hometown: Centreville, Va.
Major(s): biology
Employer: Top Tails

Tyler joins animal services firm Top Tails as a dog walker in Philadelphia.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Dental Society; Pre-Health Society; Club Lacrosse; Outing Club; Catholic Campus Ministry; Newman Club; Men’s Lacrosse

Internship Experiences: Paralegal intern, Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein and Fox, Washington, D.C.

How has Dickinson prepared Tyler for Life Beyond the Limestone? “I have excelled in my classes, learning topics from biology to international dance,” Tyler says. “I have overcome hardships that tested every part of myself. I have interacted with people from all walks of life and backgrounds, which has made me aware of a multitude of views I otherwise would never have experienced. All of these things condensed into an experience of four years has made me as ready as I could possibly be to face the big, bad real world.”

What is Tyler most anticipating about his post-graduation plans? “I am most anticipating my eventual application to law school,” he explains. “Although I am excited to be entering the workforce, law school is going to officially start my long-term career, and I am eager to see where that takes me.”
Brady Hummel

Brady Hummel

Hometown: Hummelstown, Pa.
Major: economics
Employer: HL Strategy

Brady will join the Atlanta-based marketing and communications firm HL Strategy as a strategic marketing consultant and podcaster. He will consult with two urban redevelopment organizations in downtown Atlanta to better engage their targeted audiences, and he will have full creative direction on a branded podcast series for HL Strategy clients.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Jazz Ensemble; Admissions student interviewer; Liberty Cap Society; Tritons; All-College Enrollment and Student Life Committee; Scroll and Key; student worker; Pre-Orientation leader; Idea Fund; global climate change mosaic

Internship Experiences: Senior sustainability analyst intern, Center for Sustainability Education, Dickinson; Impact research intern, Community First Fund, Lancaster, Pa.

What are some of the defining moments of Brady’s Dickinson experience? “Meeting and getting to know the other guys on Adams first floor during my first year; serving as the class of 2017 representative on the Enrollment and Student Life Committee; participating in the fall 2014 global climate change mosaic; being part of the 2017 Order of the Scroll and Key.”

Robert Hill

Hometown: Trenton, N.J.
Major(s): Sociology
Employer: Pennsylvania College Advising Corps

Robert will be a college and career counselor for Chambersburg (Pa.) Area High School. He will be responsible for guiding juniors and seniors in the main campus and magnet school through the college admissions and job acquisition process.
Campus Activities and Engagement: CommServ; Serve the World-Service Trips; All-College Enrollment and Student Life Committee; Student Senate; Student Senate Student Life Committee; Kappa Alpha Psi; Scroll and Key; Club Basketball; African American Society; PEER Educators; Multi-Organizational Board
Claire Paulsen

Claire Paulsen

Hometown: Lewisburg, Pa.
Major(s): art & art history
Employer: Uncommon Schools

Claire will be a teacher in a K-4 charter school while also receiving a master’s degree in education from Relay Graduate School of Education. She will be based in Brooklyn, New York.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Teaching Assistant; Trout Gallery Intern; Liberty Cap Society; Senior Gift Drive; Tritons; Relay for Life; Kappa Alpha Theta; Wheel & Chain; Student Worker; Be the Match on Campus; Field Hockey; Love Your Melon

Internship Experiences: Faculty Intern, Loomis Chaffee Summer Program, Windsor, Conn.; Intern, Grande Museo dell’Opera del Duomo, Florence, Italy

What are some of the defining moments of Claire’s Dickinson experience? “One of the most defining moments of my Dickinson experience was being tapped as a member of the Wheel & Chain Society,” she explains. “Knowing that I would be surrounded by some of the most inspirational and powerful women on campus was incredibly humbling, and I couldn't believe that I was chosen to work with them. They have completely changed how I view my Dickinson experience and were one of the most important parts of my senior year.”

What is Claire most anticipating about her post-graduation plans? “I am so excited to be able to truly make a difference and impact the lives of my students,” she says. “I hope that I can really touch these students’ lives and succeed as the kind of teacher that I remember from my childhood.”
Stephanie Mazur

Stephanie Mazur

Hometown: Old Forge, Pa.
Major(s): international studies; anthropology
Employer: Dickinson College

Stephanie will work for Dickinson’s Center for Service, Spirituality and Social Justice as a community service program coordinator. She will oversee volunteer programs with student project leaders. She plans to apply to the Peace Corps in 2018.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Department Majors Committee; Teaching Assistant; Alpha Phi Omega; ESL Tutoring Program; Serve the World – Service Trips; Residence Hall Councils; Sigma Iota Rho; Student Worker; Special Interest Housing; Student Hearing Panelist; House and Apartments Manager

Internship Experiences: Intern, The Forum on Education Abroad, Carlisle, Pa.; Intern, The Starfish Foundation, Baltimore

What are some of the defining moments of Stephanie’s Dickinson experience? “Studying abroad in Tanzania after my first year and in South America as a junior have been some of my most defining moments,” she explains. “Connecting my majors to real context and experiencing life in new cultures was something I was looking for when I came to Dickinson, and having a global awareness is something I am excited to bring to my career.”

Emily Gamber

Hometown: Roanoke, Va.
Major(s): international business & management
Employer: The Sunny Center Foundation

Emily will be interning at the Sunny Center Foundation in Ireland. The foundation is a re-entry sanctuary for death-row inmates who are exonerated. After her internship, she intends to pursue a career in the field of criminal justice reform.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Senior Gift Drive; Student Devils’ Advocate; Tritons; Alpha Phi Omega; Residence Hall Councils; Library Student Advisor; Student Worker

Internship Experiences: Intern, Anthemis Group, London; Intern, Mott Haven Academy, New York City

How has Dickinson prepared Gamber for Life Beyond the Limestone? “I couldn't have asked for better preparation in regards to the next stages of my life,” she says. “Dickinson has constantly challenged me in various ways throughout my four years. In my classes, I was required to think differently and see the world as a network of connections. Regarding life outside the classroom, I developed more awareness about my leadership style and what it meant to be a truly compassionate and effective leader. Dickinson has forced me to step outside of my comfort zone while providing me with the support that I needed in order to be successful.”

Kendra Weller

Hometown: Millbrook, N.Y.
Major(s): neuroscience
Employer: Millbrook Physical Therapy

Kendra joins Millbrook Physical Therapy in Millbrook, N.Y., as a technician/physical therapist aid. She will assist patients with rehabilitation exercises, insure smooth operation of the clinic and gain hands-on experience to prepare her for a career as a physical therapist. She plans to apply to physical therapy school for the 2018-19 academic year.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Learning Community; Pre-Health Society; Circle K; Phoenix; Random Acts of Kindness Club; Relay for Life; Senior Companions; Pi Beta Phi; Co-ed Volleyball; Volleyball Club; Student Worker; Peer Educator, Prevention, Education and Advocacy Center

How has Dickinson prepared Kendra for Life Beyond the Limestone? “I feel prepared for Life Beyond the Limestone because I know I have been shaped by an institution which prides itself on creating a community of inclusivity, forward thinking and overall well-roundedness,” she explains. “Every course I have taken at Dickinson has been beneficial to my education because of the responsibility of critical thinking and awareness that comes with being a Dickinsonian. Although I do have plans to use my neuroscience degree to attend physical therapy school, I feel confident that I would be able to work in several different fields, thanks to the education I received from Dickinson.”
Michael Allen

Michael Allen

Hometown: Cincinnati
Major(s):political science
Employer: Charles Schwab

Michael joins Charles Schwab in Denver, where he will work as a financial crimes investigator. He will review trading activity to identify market manipulation, insider trading, money laundering or other illegal activity. He will also assist in filing legal documents with multiple agencies, including the FBI.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Student Investment Group; Fishing Club; Outing Club; Volleyball-a-thon; Fall Fest; Men’s Lacrosse

Internship Experiences: Intern, Charles Schwab

How has Dickinson prepared Michael for Life Beyond the Limestone? “To put it simply, Dickinson has prepared me to think globally, but act locally,” he explains. “Dickinson has taught me the importance of being a good citizen and the importance of helping better my community in any way.”

Charles Myers

Hometown: Philadelphia
Major(s): biology
Employer: U.S. Army

Charles will lead a platoon-size element in the U.S. Army as an infantry officer based at Ft. Knox, Ky., or Ft. Benning, Ga.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Carlisle Tutoring Program; Dreamcatchers; Kappa Alpha Psi; Men’s Track, Indoor
Abigail Staisor

Abigail Staisor

Hometown: East Greenbush, N.Y.
Major(s): neuroscience
Employer: Kappa Alpha Theta Fraternity

Abbie joins the Kappa Alpha Theta Fraternity as an Educational Leadership Consultant (ELC). This is a one-year commitment where she will act as an ambassador for the Kappa Alpha Theta headquarters.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Dance Theatre Group; Neuroscience Club; Pre-Health Society; Student-Faculty Research; Teaching Assistant; Liberty Cap Society; Senior Gift Drive; Kappa Alpha Theta; French Table; College Republicans; Be the Match on Campus; Hypnotic Dance Group; Special Interest Housing

Internship Experiences: Ophthalmic Assistant, Albany Eye Physicians and Surgeons

How has Dickinson prepared Abbie for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has given me confidence,” she explains. “I feel comfortable in my own skin, confident with public speaking and comfortable asking for help when I need it. Dickinson gave me experiences where I excelled, and also ones where I stumbled. But it was Dickinson and the support system from the community that taught me how to stand back up and keep persevering.”

Elizabeth Grabowski

Hometown: Severna Park, Md.
Major(s): biology
Employer: Dickinson College

Lizzie will be working at the Dickinson College Organic Farm as the college farm outreach and education coordinator.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Pre-Health Society; Student-Faculty Research; Trout Gallery Intern; Alpha Phi Omega; Alpha Lambda Delta; Dickinson Dog House; Students Interested in Sustainable Agriculture; Dickinson Science Magazine

Internship Experiences: Administrative Intern, Annapolis Nutrition, Annapolis, Md.; Prep Cook/Kitchen Intern, Kerri Out Catering, Severna Park, Md.; CSA Intern, FRESHFARM Markets, Washington D.C.

What are some of the defining moments of Lizzie’s Dickinson experience? “Discovering how to marry my love of biology, the environment and food into the perfect career path in sustainable agriculture and sustainable food systems.”
James Ward

James Ward

Hometown: Hatfield, Pa.
Major(s): economics
Employer: Chatham Financial

James will join Chatham Financial as a risk analyst. He will be based in Kennett Square, Pa.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Student Advisory Committee; Teaching Assistant; Career Center Advisory Board; Big Brothers/Big Sisters; Relay for Life; Phi Delta Theta; Alpha Lambda Delta; Be the Match on Campus; Football; Men’s Track, Indoor; Student Athlete Advisory Committee

Internship Experiences: Asset Management Intern, 1919 Investment Counsel, Philadelphia

What is James most anticipating about his post-graduation plans? “I anticipate the ability to apply my entire life of schooling into a real-world setting where I can truly make a difference,” James says. “I know I will be able to achieve success with how Dickinson has prepared me.”

Keriann Pfleger

Hometown: Woodbury, N.J.
Major(s): biology
Employer: Six Flags Great Adventure

Keriann will be working with the animal care and training at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, N.J. Additionally, she will give talks on conservation education and will be assisting with educational shows for park guests.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Dickinson College Organic Farm

Internship Experiences: Environmental Education/Animal Behavior intern & Animal Care Intern, Philadelphia Zoo, Philadelphia; Live Animal Center Intern, Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, Philadelphia

What are some of the defining moments of Keriann’s Dickinson experience? “I think completing student research and working on the college farm were defining experiences for me,” Keriann explains. “Completing research gave me confidence in my abilities as a student; it made me want to ask even more questions and seek answers. Working at the college farm has been a huge part of my Dickinson experience. Helping with the growing, harvesting and composting of food was something I would never have experienced anywhere else. Also, I loved going out to the farm and getting my hands dirty. Great stress relief!”
Stephen Hoefer

Stephen Hoefer

Hometown: Dallas
Major(s): international studies; international business & management
Employer: Mt. Vernon Investments

Stephen will work as an analyst for a private wealth management firm in Dallas where his duties will include analyzing potential and current investment opportunities.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Department Majors Committee; Student Investment Group; Relay for Life; Kappa Sigma; Men’s Golf

Internship Experiences: Intern, Mt. Vernon Investments, Dallas; Intern, Booz Allen Hamilton

What are some of the defining moments of Stephen’s Dickinson experience? “Study abroad was one of the defining moments for me, as it is for many other Dickinson students,” Stephen explains. “It was a chance to immerse myself into a new culture and learn about different countries will real life experience.”
Carolina Sguerra

Carolina Sguerra

Hometown: Scarsdale, N.Y.
Major(s): international business & management
Employer: Bloomberg LP

Carolina will work in financial sales and analytics for Bloomberg. She will participate in a one-year training program in New York City then transfer to Mexico City.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Portuguese club; Delta NU; sports medicine student assistant; women’s soccer

Internship Experiences: Intern, CPEX Real Estate, Brooklyn, N.Y.

What are some of the defining moments of Carolina’s Dickinson experience? “Studying abroad in Brazil was the best decision I made while at Dickinson. I was part of a business and culture program where I studied at the best business school in South America. I played futsal (indoor soccer) for the university team and made great Brazilian friends with whom I am still in touch. My program took exchange students to visit different companies, one of which was Bloomberg. There, I met a team leader in sales and analytics who had participated in the same study abroad program when he was in college. He is now serving as a great mentor for me through my application process and in beginning to work at Bloomberg.”

What is Carolina most anticipating about her post-graduation plans? “I have grown up in a Spanish-speaking household and have become fluent in Portuguese at Dickinson as well as in my semester abroad in Brazil and being able to use my language skills in my career is something extremely attractive to me.”
Ronald E. Stine, Jr.

Ronald E. Stine, Jr.

Hometown: Greencastle, Pa.
Major(s): Economics
Employer: Blaise Alexander Family Dealerships

Ronnie will join the Blaise Alexander Family of Dealerships to work as an automotive sales manager in Greencastle, Pa.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Be the Match on Campus; Football

Internship Experiences: Sales Representative and Business Development Manager, Blaise Alexander, Greencastle, Pa.

How has Dickinson prepared Ronnie for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson’s education has taught me how to think critically, communicate effectively and understand my environment with an open mind,” he says.
Aubrey Cearley

Aubrey Cearley

Hometown: Tacoma, Wash.
Major(s): Russian
Employer: American Dance Festival

Aubrey will work with more than 500 international students and faculty as a scheduling and faculty intern at the American Dance Festival in Durham, N.C.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Dance Theatre Group; Russian Club; The Writing Center; Neighbors to Neighbors; Delta Nu; Alpha Lambda Delta; Language Tables; Swing Dance Club

How has Dickinson prepared Aubrey for Life Beyond the Limestone? Through my learning experience within the Russian department and studying abroad, in particular, I am more globally aware, politically active and confident to take on new challenges,” Aubrey says.
Caly McCarthy

Caly McCarthy

Hometown: Hackettstown, N.J.
Major(s): History; Environmental Studies
Employer: Camphill Village

For a year beginning in July, Caly will work as a service volunteer at Camphill Village in Copake, N.Y. Camphill is a small, international community of about 200 people, half of whom have developmental disabilities.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Department Majors Committee; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Alpha Theta; Dining Hall Worker; College Archives

Internship Experiences: Intern, School Lunch Organic Farm & CSA, Hackettstown, N.J.; Curatorial intern, Smithsonian Institution’s National Postal Museum, Washington

How has Dickinson prepared Caly for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has helped me to strengthen my capacity to articulate clearly, in both verbal written form,” Caly explains. “It has also helped me to think in systems, rather than in isolated individuals. Because of my coursework at Dickinson, I am compelled to question the framing of a situation and to recognize the complexity of a problem and, consequently, possible solutions.”
Jordan Brossi

Jordan Brossi

Hometown: Bethesda, Md.
Major(s): political science
Employer: Beacon Policy Advisors

As a research analyst for Beacon Policy Advisors in Washington, D.C., Jordan will be involved in tax, trade and health care policy research with a focus on proposed changes to the U.S. tax code and potential modifications of the Affordable Care Act.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Department majors committee; Kappa Alpha Theta; Pi Sigma Alpha; soccer club; women’s cross country; women’s indoor and outdoor track

Internship Experiences: Intern, Office of U.S. Representative Chris Van Hollen, Washington, D.C.; intern, Council of State Governments, Washington, D.C.; intern, Office of U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin

How has Dickinson prepared Jordan for Life Beyond the Limestone? “The liberal arts education I got at Dickinson prepared me to tackle any number of challenges I will face in the professional world.”

What are some of the defining moments of Jordan’s Dickinson experience? “Studying abroad in Bologna, Italy, changed by life and shifted my perspective,” she says. “I now see international and foreign affairs through a more analytical lens.”

Sydney Allon

Hometown: Weston, Conn.
Major(s): Economics
Employer: S&P Global Market Intelligence

Sydney will work as a product consultant for S&P Global Market Intelligence, based in Denver.
Campus Activities and Engagement: America Reads; Soccer Club; Global Ambassador

Internship Experiences: Lead Generation Sales Team, FactSet Research Systems; Intern, Northwestern Mutual

How has Dickinson prepared Sydney for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Because we have to take classes in so many disciplines, Dickinson prepares you to be well rounded in so many ways,” Sydney explains. “It has helped me with my communication skills, verbal and written, and critical thinking, which I wouldn’t have had if I had gone to another school.”

What are some of the defining moments of Sydney’s Dickinson experience? “Going abroad was a huge defining moment for me,” she says. “It made me more confident and interested in the world around me. I then became a Global Ambassador because I want others to have the same amazing experience I did.”
Margaret Dougherty

Margaret Dougherty

Hometown: Pennsburg, Pa.
Major(s): psychology
Employer: U.S. Army

Maggie, an ROTC cadet, will be commissioned as a Second Lieutenant and begin Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EOD) training in Virginia and Florida.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet (CPYB); Dance Theatre Group; ROTC, Delta NU, Catholic Campus Ministry; Newman Club; student worker; women’s indoor and outdoor track

How has Dickinson prepared Maggie for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Extracurricular activities such as CPYB, track and field, leadership in a Greek organization and ROTC all gave me opportunities to excel outside of the classroom and grow as an individual and leader,” she said.
Jon Li

Jon Li

Hometown: Shanghai, China
Major(s): international business & management; mathematics
Employer: Morgan Stanley

Jon will work as an investment banking analyst for Morgan Stanley, based in Shanghai. He will provide support on mergers and acquisitions, public offerings and other financial services in the Asia-Pacific region.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Student Investment Group; Teaching Assistant; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Idea Fund

Internship Experiences: Investment Banking Summer Analyst, Morgan Stanley, Hong Kong; Finance Intern, AFS-USA, New York; Investment Banking Summer Analyst, HighBank Advisors, Baltimore

How has Dickinson prepared Jon for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has taught me the valuable skills of critical thinking and the effective expression of ideas,” Jon says. “The global perspective and sustainability mindset constantly encourage me to think differently about the world surrounding us.”

Max Kantor

Hometown: New York City Major(s): economics
Employer: Univision

Max will begin a rotational trainee program in the sports division of Univision, the Spanish-language network television network. He will be based in New York City and Miami.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Club Lacrosse; ice hockey, Sports Club Council

Ryan Schutte

Hometown: Lakewood, N.Y.
Major(s): economics
Employer: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)

Ryan will join the FDIC as a financial institution specialist and participate in a three-year training period to gain exposure to various divisions. He will be based in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Student Advisory Committee; teaching assistant; Big Brothers/Big Sisters; Inter-Fraternity Council; Phi Delta Theta; Alpha Lambda Delta; floor hockey; student worker; College Republicans; football; men’s indoor track

Internship Experiences: Financial Management Scholar, FDIC, Syracuse, NY

What are some of the defining moments Ryan’s Dickinson experience? “I will always remember winning rivalry games against F & M and Gettysburg as part of the football team,” he said. “Also, my initiation into Phi Delta Theta was a great moment in my college career.”

Cassidy Prior

Hometown: Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Major(s): political science
Employer: Teach for America

Cassidy will serve as a primary classroom teacher of social studies for grades 7-12 as part of the Teach for America program in New York City.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Academic Disabilities Proctor; Student Devils’ Advocate; Event Chair, Kappa Kappa Gamma; Student Worker; Women’s Soccer

Internship Experiences: Special events for public relations intern, Bloomingdale’s, New York City

How has Dickinson prepared Cassidy for Life Beyond the Limestone? “The small class sizes and professor-to-student ratio has allowed me to develop interpersonal and public speaking skills,” she explains. “I have learned to become comfortable and confident in voicing my opinion and speaking in front of small, medium and large-sized crowds. These skills will come in handy throughout my career in education and a hopeful career in advertising after my time with Teach for America.”

Bridget Jones

Hometown:Manasquan, N.J.
Major(s): English
Employer: Appalachian Trail Conservancy

Bridget joins the Appalachian Trail Conservancy in Boiling Springs, Pa., as a visitor services representative. She will act as a resource for visitors to the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, including hikers, volunteers, members and many others.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Baird Honors Colloquium; Swing Dance Club; Dickinson Science Magazine

Internship Experiences: Center Assistant, New Jersey Audubon Society Plainsboro Preserve, Cranbury, N.J.

How has Dickinson prepared Bridget for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has helped me build a valuable skill set of critical thinking, writing, research and communication,” she says. “Additionally, it gave me the opportunity to explore my interests and become well-versed in areas that I love: namely, environmental science and literature. I have also gained experience working with a team, engaging communities and learning about diverse perspectives. Outside of academics, living in Dickinson's community has helped me to become more confident, more self-aware and more willing to share my ideas. Through my interactions with friends, professors and other community members, I have gained the maturity to appreciate and value my experiences here at Dickinson, but also to know that I am ready to move on to the next stage of life.”

Emily Houser

Hometown: Fort Washington, Pa.
Major(s): mathematics
Employer: Vanguard

Emily joins Vanguard as a Java developer. She will help produce quality software, provide entry-level systems analysis and design and develop and implement applications. She will be based in Malvern, Pa.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Student Advisory Committee; Omicron Delta Kappa; Pi Mu Epsilon; Women’s Swimming

Internship Experiences: Intern, New York Life Insurance Company

How has Dickinson prepared Emily for Life Beyond the Limestone? “I have developed the skills to think critically, along with learning how to talk about my ideas with others,” she says.
Jessica Hampton

Jessica Hampton

Hometown: Ossining, N.Y.
Major(s): neuroscience; biology & molecular biology
Employer: Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Jessica joins Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City as a research technician in the lab of Dr. Joan Massagué, which focuses on uncovering signaling pathways that underline the mechanisms of stem cell growth, tumor progression and cancer metastasis in a variety of cancer types.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Learning Community; Pre-Health Society; Student-Faculty Research; Tutor; Circle K; Phoenix; Serve the World – Service Trips; YWCA Homework Help; Pi Beta Phi; Alpha Lambda Delta; Omicron Delta Kappa; Student Worker; First-Year Student Mentor; Emerging Leaders

Internship Experiences: Undergraduate Intern, Dr. R. Alberto Travagli, Penn State College of Medicine, Hershey, Pa.; Student-Faculty Research with Associate Professor of Biology Mike Roberts; Service Trips Program Coordinator, Center for Service, Spirituality and Social Justice, Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pa.

What is Jessica most anticipating about her post-graduation plans? “After working at Sloan Kettering for the next two years, I plan on attending graduate school, pursuing an M.D./Ph.D. in some field of neuroscience or molecular biology,” Jessica says. “Ultimately, I’d like to be a physician-scientist conducting translational cancer research.”

Jack Marcus

Hometown: Oxnard, Calif.
Major(s): environmental studies
Employer: Adventures Cross Country (ARCC Programs)

Jack joins ARCC as a trip leader and instructor for a gap semester program for high school graduates in Latin America.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Dickinson College Organic Farm; Outing Club; Rock Wall; Ski Club; Soccer Club; Ultimate Frisbee; Dickinson Israel Group; Student Worker; Achim; Hillel; J Street U; The Handlebar; WDCV-FM

Internship Experiences: Student Coordinator, WILD Programs; Outdoor Programs Senior Internship
Evangeline Clapp

Evangeline Clapp

Hometown: New Rochelle, N.Y.
Major(s): law & policy
Employer: General Dynamics

Evie will join General Dynamics, a global aerospace and defense company. She will work for the corporation’s combat systems subsidiary, Land Systems, at its headquarters in Sterling Heights, Mich., in Business Development. She will focus on emerging technologies and tracked combat vehicles.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Department Majors Committee; Kappa Alpha Theta; Alpha Lambda Delta; Woman’s Squash; Global Ambassador, Oxford Program

Matthew Wise

Hometown: Chester Springs, Pa.
Major(s): political science
Employer: Wise Pres, An Advantry Division

Matt is a sub-contractor working for a small construction company. He usually does carpentry work, but other duties range from masonry to working with electricians. When he is not working as a sub-contractor, he will work on a beef farm raising grass-fed organic Black Angus cattle.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Club Lacrosse; Co-ed Volleyball; Floor Hockey; Soccer Club

How has Dickinson prepared Matt for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has helped me by teaching me to be a more social and knowledgeable person,” he says.

Erin Andreassi

Hometown: White Plains, N.Y.
Major(s): American studies
Employer: City Year

Erin joins City Year as an AmeriCorps Member. She will be serving as a tutor and mentor in a school in Philadelphia, where she will provide students with academic and emotional support.
Campus Activities and Engagement: College Orchestra; Feminist Collective

Internship Experiences: Intern, human resources department, Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic, Inc., Hawthorne, N.Y.

How has Dickinson prepared Erin for Life Beyond the Limestone? “My experience with the American Studies department has especially helped me critically analyze various social institutions and cultural phenomena, which has prepared me to understand and explain present-day issues,” she says. “The interdisciplinary aspect to the major emphasizes the need to approach a problem or a text in a way that is both complex and inclusive. Dickinson has informed me that we are all members of some type of community even if we do not recognize our own participation, so it is better to be involved or else you are left an environment that functions without your consent.”
Chase Phillips

Chase Phillips

Hometown: Charlottesville, Va.
Major(s): biology
Employer: St. Helena Hospital Napa Valley/AtriCure

Chase joins St. Helena Hospital Napa Valley/AtriCure as a cardiothoracic research fellow. He will be working hand-in-hand with a cardiothoracic surgeon, specializing in the treatment of atrial fibrillation. Based in St. Helena, Calif., he will be observing and recording data from the operating room and following up with patients in a clinical setting. He will also be publishing papers involving ablation procedures for atrial fibrillation, using AtriCure products.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Pre-Health Society; Teaching Assistant; Senior Gift Drive; Habitat for Humanity; Alpha Lambda Delta; Omicron Delta Kappa; Raven’s Claw; Volleyball-a-thon; Men’s Lacrosse; Student Athlete Advisory Committee; Green Dot Certification

How has Dickinson prepared Chase for Life Beyond the Limestone? “The relationships I have made at Dickinson are priceless,” he says. “I have made friends that I will stay in touch with for the rest of my life, and I am grateful for that. I believe the small class sizes and accessibility of the faculty allowed me to delve deeply into material and explore what I thought was interesting. Throughout my experience at Dickinson I have become a better learner. Through working closely with faculty mentors, I was able to figure out what worked for me, and I expect that to carry me through my pursuit of becoming a surgeon.”

Leigh Python

Hometown: Glenmont, N.Y.
Major(s): Spanish, biology
Employer: St. Peter’s Health Partners

Leigh will be a patient care technician in a large hospital in Albany, N.Y. Her job entails monitoring patients' vital signs, helping maintain personal care, mobility, preventing deterioration, monitoring patients with mental diseases, and collecting samples for laboratory assessment. She plans to continue her education in the medical field.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Student-Faculty Research; Alpha Phi Omega; Circle K; ESL Tutoring Program; Relay for Life; Sigma Delta Pi; Outing Club; Global Gastronomy Group; Dickinson Christian Fellowship; Dickinson Dog House; Photography Club; Swing Dance Club

How has Dickinson prepared Leigh for Life Beyond the Limestone? “The well-rounded education I have received at Dickinson, and the ease of majoring in both a science and a language, have helped prepare me for everything I will encounter in the field I am going into, and opened my mind to new ideas of what to do with my degrees,” she says.
Sean Jones

Sean Jones

Hometown: Vienna, Va.
Major(s): physics
Employer: Teach for America

Sean will teach high school science in eastern North Carolina as a corps member in Teach for America.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Dance Theatre Group; Dickinson College Organic Farm; Dramatic Arts; Freshman Plays; Mermaid Players; Society of Physics Students; Student-Faculty Research; Omicron Delta Kappa; Sigma Pi Sigma; Language Tables; Student Teaching; Student Worker; First-year Student Mentor; Gaming Club; Dickinson Science Magazine; WDCV-FM

How has Dickinson prepared Sean for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson taught me how to organize a group and respond to the members of that group,” Sean explains. “It also taught me to be confident and proud of the work you have done, as well as understanding and recognizing the legitimacy of other people’s narratives.”

What is Sean most anticipating about his/her post-graduation plans? “I am so excited to teach! It has been a dream of mine for a long time,” he says. “The fact that it’s coming true fills me with joy every day!”

Lam Nguyen

Hometown: Hanoi, Vietnam
Major(s): computer science, mathematics
Employer: Bloomberg, L.P.

Lam joins Bloomberg L.P. in New York City as a software engineer. He will develop financial software for leading business and finance experts worldwide.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Habitat for Humanity; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Mu Epsilon; Upsilon Pi Epsilon; Floor Hockey; Soccer Club; Language Tables; Student Teaching; Student Worker; First-year Student Mentor; Orientation Assistant; Ballroom Dance Club

Internship Experiences: Application Developer, Selective Insurance Company of America, Branchville, N.J.

Molly McNulty

Hometown: Groton, Mass.
Major(s): economics
Employer: Eliassen Group

Molly will be working as a technical recruiter for Eliassen Group. She will be based in Boston.
Campus Activities and Engagement: French Club; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Soccer Club; French Table; Student Worker
Emily Vooris

Emily Vooris

Hometown: Greensboro, Md.
Major(s): anthropology
Employer: University of Maryland Extension, Food Supplement Nutrition Education

Emily joins the University of Maryland Extension as a farmers’ market program assistant in the Food Supplement Nutrition Education program. She will be based in Queen Anne’s County, Md.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Anthropology Club; Department Majors Committee; Learning Community; Circle K; Alpha Lambda Delta; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Beta Kappa; Outing Club; Resident Advisers; Emerging Leaders; Panelist, Career Center; Panelist, Academic Advising

Internship Experiences: Research intern, International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center, Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research Organization, Njoro, Kenya

How has Dickinson prepared Emily for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Through events such as the Emerging Leaders Retreat, I learned the value of informal leadership and the benefit of putting yourself out there,” Emily explains. “Dickinson's small campus enabled me to develop meaningful relationships with professors and administrators whom assisted me along the way. I was pushed to succeed, to step out of my comfort zone and to embrace growth in the process. I found a passion in nutrition and health with a cultural focus which has informed my career aspiration to work on evaluation and design of nutrition intervention programs. Overall, I think Dickinson, and specifically the anthropology department, taught me the value of perseverance and learning from experience.”

Clark Chapman

Hometown: Princeton, N.J.
Major(s): mathematics
Employer: Dickinson College Organic Farm

Clark joins the Dickinson College Organic Farm in Boiling Springs, Pa., as an apprentice. He will be leading a group of students in helping the farm to produce food and run smoothly.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Student Worker; Men’s Tennis

Internship Experiences: Summer analyst, Promontory Financial

Cam Murray

Hometown: Norwalk, Conn.
Major(s): political science
Employer: The Daily Mail

Cam joins The Daily Mail in New York as a client service associate. He will work on strategic consulting and will be working directly with the sales team to help with business development.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Club Lacrosse; Floor Hockey; Ice Hockey; Men’s Lacrosse

Internship Experiences: Intern, Daily Mail, New York City
James Corti

James Corti

Hometown: Stockholm, N.J.
Major(s): philosophy; political science
Employer: Parano and Associates

James joins Parano and Associates as a field coordinator based in Sussex County, N.J. He will be responsible for organizing canvassers and volunteers in the campaign of Phil Murphy, Democrat for New Jersey Governor.
Campus Activities and Engagement: College Democrats; Men’s Cross Country; Men’s Track, Indoor; Men’s Track, Outdoor

Internship Experiences: Public Policy Intern, Princeton Public Affairs Group; Intern, Josh Gottheimer’s Campaign for Congress; Paralegal Legal Assistant, Law Office of John Oszustowicz; Intern, Sussex County Prosecutor’s Office

How has Dickinson prepared James for Life Beyond the Limestone? “I credit Dickinson and my friends here with having sparked my interests in politics and world affairs,” James says. “I have gotten better at understanding others’ personal philosophies, especially those with whom I disagree. I believe this renewed ability to empathize with others has prepared me for Life Beyond the Limestone by allowing me to humble myself, challenge my own preconceptions and expand upon my world view.”

What are some of the defining moments of James’ Dickinson experience? “Competing on the cross country and track teams these past four years has provided me with countless memories I’ll always take with me,” James explains. “My teammates have been some of my closest friends here, and I will never forget the many free-wheeling and interesting conversations we’ve had at the team table and on runs.”

Colleen Brandt

Hometown: Haddonfield, N.J.
Major: sociology
Employer: Pennsylvania College Advising Corps

Colleen will work as a college advisor to high school recipients of the Maguire Scholarship in the college application process.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Mermaid Players; Dance Theatre Group; Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet; education society; Big Brothers/Big Sisters; Serve the World – Service Trips; Alpha Lambda Delta; Kappa Delta Pi

Jake Band

Hometown: North Potomac, Md.
Major(s): Pshychology
Employer: Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation

Jake will work as an intern with the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation in Baltimore, which helps to build character and teach critical life lessons to at-risk young people living in America’s most distressed communities.
Campus Activities and Engagement: NCAA Baseball
Sam Eaton

Sam Eaton

Hometown: Julian, Pa.
Major(s): biology & molecular biology
Employer: Adimab, LLC

Sam will work in biopharmaceutical research for Adimab, LLC, as a predoctoral research associate. He will be based in Lebanon, N.H.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Student-Faculty Research; Teaching Assistant; Tutor; Community Advisor; Senior Gift Drive; Relay for Life; Alpha Lambda Delta; Eta Sigma Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Resident Advisers; Men’s Swimming

How has Dickinson prepared Sam for Life Beyond the Limestone? “I know how to approach complex problems from unique angles,” Sam says.
Kirsten Walsh

Kirsten Walsh

Hometown: Shickshinny, Pa.
Major(s): environmental science
Employer: U.S. Army

Kirsten will commission as a 2nd Lieutenant in the U.S. Army. As an Engineer officer, she will lead a platoon of about 40 soldiers and will be responsible for a wide range of duties, which could include building structures, developing civil works programs or providing combat support. She will be based at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Baird Honors Colloquium; Department Majors Committee; ROTC; Liberty Cap Society; Alpha Lambda Delta; Baird Sustainability Fellows; Omicron Delta Kappa; First-Year Student Mentor; Field Hockey; The Peddler; Global Ambassador, Danish Institute of Study Abroad

Internship Experiences: Intern, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh District, Pittsburgh; Cultural Understanding and Language Proficiency Program, Rwanda; Official Student Blogger, Danish Institute of Study Abroad, Copenhagen; Sabalauski Air Assault School, Fort Campbell, Ky.

How has Dickinson prepared Kirsten for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has allowed me to pursue my interests and passions to the fullest, through both academics and extracurricular activities,” Kirsten says. “I could have never anticipated the twists and turns that my college career has taken, or people and places that have shaped my education. From the creeks of Cumberland Valley to the mountains of Rwanda and the glaciers of Iceland, my Dickinson experience has instilled a sense of connection to our global community and intertwined environments. I feel prepared for the changes ahead and know that my time at Dickinson has prepared me for the unexpected.”

What are some of the defining moments of Kirsten’s Dickinson experience? “Being a part of the Blue Mountain Battalion Army ROTC program has been my most defining experience at Dickinson,” she explains. “I have learned so much from my cadre and classmates, and have always felt a sense of support from the Dickinson community at large. I am honored to finish my last semester as the Cadet Battalion Commander of the Blue Mountain Battalion and hope to have contributed to the development and further success of the program and fellow future Army officers.”
Hannah Thompson

Hannah Thompson

Hometown: Huntingdon, Pa.
Major(s): religion
Employer: Thompson’s Candle Co.

Hannah will work for Thompson’s Candle Co. in Huntingdon, Pa., as an innkeeper.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Equestrian Club; Outing Club; Volleyball Club; Springfest; Dickinson Christian Fellowship; Disciplemakers; InterVarsity Christian Fellowship; Students for a Sensible Drug Policy; Substance-Free Living Community; Swing Dance Club; Women’s Golf; MOB

How has Dickinson prepared Hannah for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson allowed me to live my life fully,” she explains. “I got to spend time away from home and learn about myself in an environment that always stimulated curiosity.”

Sarah Cole

Hometown: Hummelstown, Pa.
Major(s): political science
Employer: Milton Hershey School

Sarah joins the Milton Hershey School in Hershey, Pa., as a ninth grade American cultures teacher where she will create engaging, meaningful and rigorous lessons. She will also pursue a master’s degree in education from Millersville University.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Discipline Hearing Board; Habitat for Humanity; Relay for Life; Special Friends; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Student Worker; Dickinson Christian Fellowship; Field Hockey

Internship Experiences: Intern, Dauphin County Public Defender’s Office, Harrisburg, Pa.; Intern, Metropolitan Police Department, Washington, D.C.; Intern, U.S. Marshals Service; Intern, Pennsylvania Office of Homeland Security; Intern, U.S. Department of Homeland Security

How has Dickinson prepared Sarah for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Attending a rigorous liberal arts institution has provided me with a diverse wealth of knowledge and has instilled in me a desire to advance my intellect in both educational and professional settings,” she explains. “The atmosphere of the college allowed me to flourish personally and intellectually. This continual intellectual stimulation is what attracted me to pursuing a career in the field of education and is what will continue to challenge me, both as an instructor and scholar, in the future.”

What is Sarah most anticipating about her post-graduation plans? “In my new role as an educator, I am hoping to encourage students to not only attend college, but also to invest in a liberal arts education,” she says. “The rigorous education Dickinson provided me is invaluable, and I am confident will carry me in my future career and life.”
Jackie Goodwin

Jackie Goodwin

Hometown: Stratford, Conn.
Major(s): environmental studies
Employer: The National Building Museum
Jackie joins The National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., as a development operations and events coordinator. In this role, Jackie will assist with managing the donor database, coordinating development-related events and exhibition openings and managing general office operations for the department. This position fosters her desire to enter the field of architecture, while finessing her skills in development and operations.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Biodiesel Program; Center for Sustainable Living; Dickinson College Organic Farm; Ecology Club; Circle K; Student Worker; Housing Eco/Sustainability Reps; Earth NOW; I am that Girl; Idea Fund; Special Interest Housing; The Handlebar; Center for Sustainability Education Intern; Rock Wall Monitor; Rock Wall Manager; The Peddler

Internship Experiences: U.S. Partnerships Consultant & North American Partnerships Associate, Ashoka Innovators for the Public, Rosslyn, Va.; Projects Intern, Chief Content Creator & Energy Challenge Coordinator, Dickinson College Center for Sustainability Education, Carlisle, Pa.

What are some of the defining moments of Jackie’s Dickinson experience? “My sophomore year stands out significantly because of how deeply I dove into sustainability at Dickinson,” she explains. “As a new intern at the Center for Sustainability Education, resident of the Center for Sustainable Living (Treehouse), Eco-Rep and Peddler Barista, I was incredibly busy but also overjoyed to be serving the Dickinson community in many unique ways.”

Ellen Bair

Hometown: Gettysburg, Pa.
Major(s): sociology
Employer: Peace Corps

Ellen joins the Peace Corps as a secondary education English teacher, based in China. Her primary job will be to teach English to students in a college or technical training institute. Her students will then, most likely, graduate to become primary and secondary English teachers in rural Chinese communities. Outside her teaching responsibilities, Ellen will design and run her own community project, which she intends to use to tackle environmental concerns within her university’s community.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Education Society; Academic Disabilities Proctor; Liberty Cap Society; Tritons; Big Brothers/Big Sisters; Random Acts of Kindness Club; Kappa Delta Pi; Romance Language House; First-year Student Mentor; Peer Academic Advising; Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring; Women’s Basketball; Prevention Education and Advocacy Center; Men’s Soccer Statistician

Internship Experiences: Intern, For the Love of Children, Washington, D.C.; Intern, Adams County Courthouse Victim/Witness Services Department, Gettysburg, Pa.

How has Dickinson prepared Ellen for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson’s commitment to global engagement, sustainability and community service has prepared me well to be a Peace Corps volunteer,” she explains. “The interdisciplinary aspect of both my classes and co-curricular activities has helped me to think critically about the issues of which I care deeply. The resources offered encouraged me to remain curious and excited about our constantly changing world while being able to step back and critique all of the issues in dire need of addressing.”
Krysti Oschal

Krysti Oschal

Hometown: Shavertown, Pa.
Major(s): environmental studies, economics
Employer: The Vanguard Group

Krysti will be a participant in the Acceleration into Financial Professional Program at The Vanguard Group in Malvern, Pa. During the program, Krysti will rotate through different departments including audit, corporate financial services and fund financial services. At the conclusion of the program, Krysti will transition into a position within Vanguard’s Strategy and Finance Division.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Senior Class President; Student Investment Group; College Republicans; Kappa Alpha Theta; Liberty Cap Society; Senior Gift Drive

Internship Experiences: Intern, U.S. Senator Pat Toomey’s office, Scranton, Pa.; Financial Adviser Services Intern, Vanguard’s College to Corporate Internship program, Malvern, Pa.; Investment Risk Management Intern, Vanguard’s College to Corporate Internship program, Malvern, Pa.
Cassandra Masciale

Cassandra Masciale

Hometown: Westfield, N.J.
Major(s): international studies; Spanish
Employer: BAE Systems

Cassie work for BAE Systems, assisting in the coordination and management of basic or routine proposals, contracts and purchase orders under the direct supervision and guidance of a higher level contract administrator or manager. She will be based in Nashua, N.H. and Wayne, N.J.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Department Intern/Assistant; Teaching Assistant; Liberty Cap Society; Public Safety Advisory Board; Tritons; Class Council; Student Senate; Student Senate Student Life Committee; Pi Beta Phi; Sigma Delta Pi; First-year Student Mentor

Internship Experiences:Intern, New Jersey State Assembly, Trenton, N.J.; Contracts Intern, BAE Systems

What is Cassie most anticipating about her post-graduation plans? “I am interested to see where and how I can apply my security studies concentration within the realm of defense contracting,” she explains. “I’m also looking forward to getting my master’s degree with the help of BAE Systems.”

What are some of the defining moments of Cassie’s Dickinson experience? “When the Dickinson in Malaga program took us to Morocco for a week and we rode camels out to the Sahara Desert to sleep under the stars.”
Jordan Bayer

Jordan Bayer

Hometown:Baltimore
Major(s): economics
Employer: Vanguard

Jordan will join Vanguard in Malvern, Pa., as a client service specialist, serving the investment needs of individual and corporate clients.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Clarke Forum; Liberty Cap Society; C.A.R.E.S.; Soccer Club; Language Tables; Student Worker; Be The Match on Campus

Internship Experiences: Intern, Baltimore U.S. Export and Assistance Center, U.S. Department of Commerce, Baltimore

What are some of the defining moments of Jordan’s Dickinson experience? “One of the most defining moments of my Dickinson experience includes traveling to Vanguard with the Dickinson College Career Center for a day visit, falling in love with the company and eventually applying and getting a job as a client service specialist,” she explains. “The past four years have been the best four years of my life, and everything that has happened to me, whether it be classes or experiences, has prepared me for anything I want to accomplish in the future.”
Talene Bush

Talene Bush

Hometown: Winchester, Mass.
Major(s): economics
Employer: Wells Fargo

Talene has accepted a position as a financial analyst with Wells Fargo. She will be based in Charlotte, N.C.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Economics Club; Relay for Life; YWCA Homework Help; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Alpha Lambda Delta; Volleyball-a-thon; Be the Match on Campus; Women’s Lacrosse

Internship Experiences: Wells Fargo Summer Financial Analyst, Charlotte, N.C.

How has Dickinson prepared Talene for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has made me a well-rounded individual prepared to tackle any obstacle in the real world,” Talene says. “Coming into my job with a liberal arts background will give me a unique perspective and viewpoint.”
Jillian Marini

Jillian Marini

Hometown: Redding, Conn.
Major(s): International Business & Management
Employer: Ethicon/Johnson & Johnson

Jillian will join Ethicon/Johnson & Johnson as a sales training representative. She will be part of a 14-month training, after which she will become an area sales representative in the Mid-Atlantic Region. She will be based in Somerville, N.J.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Kappa Kappa Gamma; Catholic Campus Ministry; Women’s Soccer

Internship Experiences: Sales Manager Associate, Pepsi Bottling Company of New York, New York; Integrated Brand Marketing Intern & Remote Intern, Hologic, Inc.; Danbury, Conn.

How has Dickinson prepared Jillian for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has prepared me by allow me to make many meaningful connections with so many of the people that I have had the pleasure of meeting in my four years here,” Jillian explains. “The small classroom setting and the close-knit student body has allowed me to establish and develop relationships with my professors, peers, teammates, coaches, sorority sisters, fellow student athletes and other people outside my immediate circle of friends. Dickinson has also opened me to new ways of thinking and has broadened my perspective on the world by exposing me to different environments that have allowed me to step outside my comfort zone and develop as a student and as a person.”
Matthew Williams

Matthew Williams

Hometown: San Diego, Calif.
Major(s): Mathematics
Employer: Argus Information & Advisory Services

Matthew will join Argus Information & Advisory Services as a client and modeling solutions associate. He will be based in White Plains, N.Y.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Student Investment Group; Pi Mu Epsilon; Ice Hockey; Peer Academic Advising; Football

Internship Experiences: Business Consultant Intern, Quintiq Inc.; Radnor, Pa.

How has Dickinson prepared Matthew for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson allowed me to take several courses, from statistics to calculus to modern algebra, that have allowed me to develop my analytical skills within my major,” Matthew explains. “Since Dickinson is a liberal arts college, I have been able to pursue economics courses and business courses and this has perfectly aligned my mathematical skills with financial and consulting careers. The school encourages such behavior, so it’s no wonder that Dickinson turns over such well-rounded individuals year after year.”
Kevin Zhu

Kevin Zhu

Hometown: Stamford, Conn.
Major(s): Economics
Employer: NuOrion Partners

Kevin joins NuOrion Partners as a financial analyst. He will be producing financial models on target companies, creating comprehensive decks utilizing financial ratios, risk profiles, LBO analysis, due diligence process and EPS forecasts.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Student Senate; Kappa Sigma; Men’s Squash

Internship Experiences: Intern, NuOrion Partners, Darien, Conn.

What are some of the defining moments of Kevin’s Dickinson experience? “The friends and relationships I have made here have been irreplaceable,” Kevin says. “I wouldn’t have wanted to spend the last four years of my life anywhere else.”
Cody Riemenschneider

Cody Riemenschneider

Hometown: Doylestown, Pa.
Major(s): mathematics
Employer: Merck

Cody will join Merck as a data analyst. He’ll be based in West Point, Pa.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Relay for Life; Football

Emily Robertson

Hometown: Concord, Mass.
Major(s): economics
Employer: Lincoln Financial

Emily will join Lincoln Financial as a financial sales associates. She will be based in Radnor, Pa.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Clarke Forum; America Reads; Big Brothers/Big Sisters; Soccer Club; Be the Match on Campus

Internship Experiences: Development intern, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Boston, Mass.; administrative intern, Dress for Success, Philadelphia; social media intern, Penn’s Village, Philadelphia

What are some of the defining moments of Emily’s Dickinson experience? “The past four years have been a culmination of wonderful experiences with great teachers and classes that have enabled me to get the job and feel prepared for life after college,” she says.

How has Dickinson prepared Emily for Life Beyond the Limestone? “The confidence I gained over the last four years pushed me to reach out to companies for internships and helped give me the experience I needed to be prepared for the job,” she says.
Courtney Wojcik

Courtney Wojcik

Hometown: Jackson, N.J.
Major(s): International Studies
Employer: PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.

As a part of the Corporate & Institutional Banking Development program, Courtney will experience comprehensive, structured, on-the-job training in both the Credit Products Group and Relationship Management sides of the corporate banking business.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Center for Sustainable Living; C.A.R.E.S.; CommServ; Dreamcatchers; Phoenix; Relay for Life; Pi Beta Phi; Student Worker; Earth NOW; Reinvest Dickinson

Internship Experiences: Intern, PNC Financial Services Group, Washington D.C.; PKSOI, U.S. Army War College, Carlisle, Pa.; National Coalition for Homeless Veterans, Washington D.C.; TerraCycle, Inc., Trenton, N.J.

How has Dickinson prepared Courtney for Life Beyond the Limestone? “I think that the (international studies) department’s commitment to liberal arts and development of critical thinking and communication skills built the foundation for a successful career in any field,” Courtney says. “Dickinson has given me a strong network to rely on as I transition into post-grad life.”

Mason Hepner

Hometown: Mount Joy, Pa.
Major(s): Environmental Science
Employer: Peace Corps

Mason will serve as a Peace Corps volunteer in Mexico, where he will work with Mexican environmental regulators.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Men’s Cross Country; Men’s Track, Indoor; Men’s Track, Outdoor

Internship Experiences: U.S. Congress; Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs Wildlife Office

What are some of the defining moments of Mason’s Dickinson experience? “Running for the cross country and track teams,” he says. “Also, working with the Center For Sustainability Education and the Environmental Studies & Environmental Science Department.”

James Midkiff

Hometown: Quakertown, Pa.
Major(s): Computer Science
Employer: Enterprise Knowledge

James will work as a software developer for Enterprise Knowledge, a consulting firm in Arlington, Va.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Astronomy Club; Computer Science/Math Society; Dana Intern; Department Intern/Assistant; Department Majors Committee; Physics Club; Student-Faculty Research; Teaching Assistant; The Normal M. Eberly Multilingual Writing Center; Tutor; Tritons; Alpha Lambda Delta; Omicron Delta Kappa; Pi Mu Epsilon; Upsilon Pi Epsilon; Emerging Leaders

Internship Experiences: Software developer, Return Logic, Carlisle, Pa.

How has Dickinson prepared James for Life Beyond the Limestone? James says Dickinson has given him “increased self-confidence through success and recognition of ability.”
Madainn Jonah Krall

Madainn Jonah Krall

Hometown: Philadelphia
Major(s): psychology
Employer: Teach for America

Jonah will teach middle school science and/or social studies in the Greater Cleveland area through Teach for America.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Arts House; Clarke Forum; learning community; Spanish club; Student Senate; Student Senate Finance Committee; Inter-Fraternity Council; Romance Language House; WDCV

Internship Experiences: Social media and marketing intern, Project S.H.A.R.E., Carlisle, Pa.

How has Dickinson prepared Jonah for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has provided me with the type of quality education that makes me feel confident in my abilities to serve underserved communities through Teach for America (TFA). Dickinson also gave me the opportunities to work with nonprofits, which is ultimately how recruiters found me and reached out to me about pursuing TFA.”
Ikram Rabbani

Ikram Rabbani

Hometown: Flushing, N.Y.
Major(s): history
Employer: Teach for America

Ikram will join Teach for America as a secondary social studies teacher. He will teach high school history in New York City at a detention center for Brooklyn or the Bronx. “I am really looking forward to building relationships with my future students and learning from their experiences as well,” Ikram says.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Dickinson College Farm; education society; CommServ; Habitat for Humanity; student teaching; student worker; Muslim Student Association; first-year mentor; media center

How has Dickinson prepared Ikram for Life Beyond the Limestone? “I have gained an incredible amount of knowledge, wisdom and experience as a result of the academic and social opportunities at Dickinson. I believe that I am ready to give back everything that I have learned and gained here, and I cannot wait.”

What are some of the defining moments of Ikram Dickinson experience? “First and foremost, my classes. Two that come to mind are Moral Problems with Prof. James Sias and Logic with Prof. Chauncey Maher. I believe that I have become a more caring and empathetic person as a result of these classes and a better human being than I was before them. My study abroad experiences were also instrumental to my growth, especially Israel-Palestine with Prof. Shalom Staub and Poland with Prof. Ted Merwin. I am indebted to all of my professors that have guided me along my journey, and I will never be able to repay them for the contributions they have made to my life.”

Isaiah Gibson

Hometown: Philadelphia
Major(s): sociology
Employer: James Shuler Memorial Gym

Isaiah will train as a professional boxer at the James Shuler Memorial Gym in Philadelphia.
Internship Experiences: Independent Researcher, Columbia University, New York City; Research Team Member, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, Calif.

How has Dickinson prepared Isaiah for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has made me become a stronger critical thinker,” he explains. “At Dickinson, I have learned to investigate intent and purpose by asking deep questions. I have also learned how to articulate issues of injustice and arguing for reform in the areas of incarceration, poverty and homelessness in America. I identify myself as a black freedom fighter, and Dickinson helped me discover that identity through race relations on campus as well as my research as a scholar.”

What is Isaiah most anticipating about his/her post-graduation plans? “I expect to go back to school for a joint J.D.-Ph.D. in sociology,” he says. “I envision that I will practice the criminal justice law as a defense attorney in my young years as a hard form of resistance to the criminal justice system. Then, when I get older I plan to teach courses and write books that examine the intersections of race, class, laws and policies in America.”

Nicola Shackman-Ryden

Hometown: New York City
Major(s): English
Employer: NJF

Nicola joins NJF in New York City where she will assist in development, planning and implementation of PR campaigns. She will contribute to/initiate ideas for stories, programs and special events; write and/or edit press materials and social media posts; monitor/coordinate editorial calendar listings and lead generation services and pitch stories to appropriate media; and Coordinate aspects of press trips, such as list development, invite responses, media forms and travel details.
Campus Activities and Engagement: College Choir; Dance Theatre Group; Department Majors Committee; Student Worker; Special Interest Housing; Swing Dance Club

Internship Experiences: Student Writer, Office of Media Relations, Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pa.; Intern, NJF, New York City; Summer Digital & Travel Intern, TURNER Public Relations, New York City; Intern, Imagine Global Communications, New York City; Intern, Broadway Inbound, New York City

How has Dickinson prepared Nicola for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson allowed me the time and the space to become the person I am proud to be today,” she explains. “My professors were always there to guide me and to help make me a stronger member of society. I was challenged in my classes, and therefore pushed to be a better student and person. Thanks to the mentors I've had at Dickinson, I trust myself, my judgment and my ability to engage in meaningful and respectful conversations.”

Camryn Steward

Hometown: Chambersburg, Pa.
Major(s): history
Employer: U.S. Army

Camryn will be commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Ordinance Corps and serve as a Platoon Leader. He will be based at Fort Lee, Va.
Campus Activities and Engagement: ROTC; Alpha Phi Omega; Artworks!; Rock Wall; Dickinson Christian Fellowship; Disciplemakers; InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

Internship Experiences: Intern, Fellowship of Christian Athletes

How has Dickinson prepared Camryn for Life Beyond the Limestone? “It’s taught me how to adapt to unfamiliar environments and grow as a leader,” he says.

Hayley Advokat

Hometown: Denville, N.J.
Major(s): law & policy
Employer: Noble Solution

Hayley joins consulting firm Noble Solution in Washington, D.C., where she will be assisting in the training of new employees and will also be in charge of fostering connections with new and existing clients.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Department Majors Committee; Education Society; Community Advisor; Tritons; C.A.R.E.S.; CommServ; Relay for Life; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Club Basketball; Idea Fund; Panhellenic Council

Internship Experiences: Intern, United States Department of Labor, New York City

How has Dickinson prepared Hayley for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has provided me with endless amounts of networking opportunities,” she says.

Bre Pierce

Hometown: Dover, Del.
Major(s): philosophy
Employer: Delaware College Scholars

Bre joins Delaware College Scholars, based in Dover, Del., where she will help with college visits, case management and connecting students to appropriate resources.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Dance Theatre Group; Wheel & Chain; African American Society; Student Worker; Resident Advisers; Exiled Poetry Society; Infernos; Dickinson Review

Internship Experiences: Intern, Court of Common Pleas, Dover, Del.; Intern, Hendley Elementary School, Washington, D.C.

Mark Adams

Hometown: Flanders, N.J.
Major(s): Policy Management
Employer: Walgreens

Mark will be the assistant store manager trainee. He will be located in Durham, N.C.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Phi Delta Theta; Student Worker; Baseball

Jessamyn Biette

Hometown: Belmont, Mass.
Major(s): environmental science; French & Francophone studies
Employer: Massachusetts Audubon Society

Jessamyn joins the Massachusetts Audubon Society as an educator who will develop and implement nature-based curricula for visitors to the wildlife sanctuary. She will be based in Boston.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Baird Honors Colloquium; French Club; Neighbors to Neighbors; Alpha Lambda Delta; Baird Sustainability Fellows; Pi Delta Phi; Ice Hockey; Outing Club; Sports Club Council; Student Worker; First-year Student Mentor; Pre-Orientation Leader; I am that Girl; Special Interest Housing

How has Dickinson prepared Jessamyn for Life Beyond the Limestone? “My experiences at Dickinson have opened my eyes to the very real effects of my actions on the planet, inspired me to continue to study ecology and to become a responsible and valuable global citizen,” she explains. “Moving forward, I will bring my passion for and commitment to responsible global citizenship through global and sustainable perspectives to wherever I work.”

Alexandra Stagliano

Hometown: Ithaca, N.Y.
Major(s): Classical Studies; Religion
Employer: Linda Gaunt Communications

Alex joins Linda Gaunt Communications in New York City as an account coordinator. She will work with client brands to plan launch and promotional events, as well as enhancing brand reputations online and in print.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Archaeology Club; Circle K; Kappa Alpha Theta; Alpha Lambda Delta; Eta Sigma Phi; Theta Alpha Kappa; Ice Hockey; First-year Student Mentor; College Democrats; Chimaera Club; Her Campus

Internship Experiences: Research Assistant, Cornell University, Department of Classical Studies, Ithaca, N.Y.; Public Relations Intern, Digital PR Team, Linda Gaunt Communications, New York City

How has Dickinson prepared Alex for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has given me the opportunities and skills to develop myself as a citizen of the world,” she says.

William Bolinsky

Hometown: Fredericksburg, Va.
Major(s): political science
Employer: Washington, D.C., Capitol Police

Billy will be a police officer at the United States Capitol and the surrounding area.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Russian Club; Phi Delta Theta; Raven’s Claw; Russian House; Football

How has Dickinson prepared Billy for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has given me a complex education with a very diverse set of experiences and knowledge to draw from to deal with many different situations,” he says.

Luis Cardenas

Hometown: Los Angeles
Major(s): international business & management
Employer: Goldman Sachs

Luis joins Goldman Sachs as an operation analyst based in Salt Lake City.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Pre-Business Society; Spanish Club; Circle K; Dreamcatchers; Sigma Lambda Beta; Latin American Club; First Year Student Mentor; Peer Academic Advising; Resident Advisors; Dickinson Christian Fellowship; InterVarsity Christian Fellowship; Student Supervisor, Cafeteria

Internship Experiences: Intern, American Honda Export Sales

What are some of the defining moments of Luis’ Dickinson experience? “One of my defining moments at Dickinson was the community I lived in during my freshman year,” he explains. “It was so welcoming and inviting that it made the transition from California much easier.”

Angel Shiwakoti

Hometown: Kathmandu, Nepal
Major(s): mathematics, computer science
Employer: The Advisory Board Company

Angel joins The Advisory Board Company as an associate software engineer where he will be working closely with the web development team to create research-based tools for higher education institutions. He will be based in Washington, D.C.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Student-Faculty Research; Teaching Assistant; Tutor; Academic Disabilities Proctor; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Mu Epsilon; International House
Kathleen Getaz

Kathleen Getaz

Hometown: Winchester, Va.
Major(s): religion
Employer: Mennonite Central Committee

Kathleen will be volunteering through the Mennonite Central Committee in Anafora, Egypt. Her placement, which is at Anafora Retreat Centre, will cover a range of roles, such as helping in the planning and execution of educational programming around nonviolent peacebuilding and intercultural understanding, teaching English to the staff and overseeing the center's Anastasia Peace Library.
Campus Activities and Engagement: CPYB Ballet; Dance Theatre Group; Department Majors Committee; French Club; Freshman Plays; Teaching Assistant; The Norman M. Eberly Multilingual Writing Center; Serve the World – Service Trips; Alpha Lambda Delta; Theta Alpha Kappa; Outing Club; French Table; W.I.N.D. Club; Student Worker; First-year Student Mentor; Pre-Orientation Leader; Resident Advisers; Dickinson Christian Fellowship; J Street U

How has Dickinson prepared Kathleen for Life Beyond the Limestone? “My Dickinson experience has opened my eyes to an entire world of peacebuilding of which I had previously been unaware,” she explains. “My coursework, my study abroad experience and the people I have met—students, staff and faculty—have challenged my understanding of the world and of the ways in which people and cultures interact with one another, and have helped renew and strengthen my commitment to work that will lead, if only in small ways, to a more just world for all people.”

What are some of the defining moments of Kathleen’s Dickinson experience? “Being a part of the Dickinson Christian Fellowship has been one of the most important parts of my college career,” she says. “It provided me with a community of people from a variety of backgrounds who are willing to challenge, engage and build one another up in ways that I have not experienced in all communities. I would also look to my semester in Jerusalem and a course called Religion: Conflict, Violence, and Peacebuilding with Associate Provost for Academic Affairs Shalom Staub as key in leading me to the first step that I am planning to take post-Dickinson.”
Kaljah Adams

Kaljah Adams

Hometown: New York City
Major(s): sociology
Employer: NYU College Advising Corps

Kaljah the NYU College Advising Corps. She will be placed in one of New York City’s under-served public schools to help students apply to college. She will be responsible for fostering a college-going culture in the school, helping students find their best fit, leading SAT prep, assisting with FAFSA completion, organizing college visits and being a resource to students and families.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Academic Disabilities Proctor; America Reads; YWCA Homework Help; Student Worker; Hillel

Internship Experiences: School operations intern and college persistence and high school design intern, Success Academy Charter Schools, New York City

How has Dickinson prepared Kaljah for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has given me the skills to advocate for myself and speak up for what I believe in,” she says.

What is Kaljah most anticipating about her post-graduation plans? “I expect this to be a challenging but rewarding experience,” she explains. “I am excited to meet all of the students, hear what they are interested in and help them get the internship or enrichment program they want. I hope this experience helps me decide what specifically I want to pursue in graduate school.”

Yuanxiaoyue (Artemis) Yang

Hometown: Wuhu, China
Major(s): economics, mathematics
Employer: Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Artemis joins the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston as a research analyst in the Department of Health Policy and Management. She joins a team of health economists researching U.S. health care policy.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Baird Honors Colloquium; College Orchestra; Department Intern/Assistant; Department Majors Committee; Economics Club; Student-Faculty Research; Teaching Assistant; Tutor; Phi Beta Kappa

Internship Experiences: Sustainability Dana Analyst Intern, Center for Sustainability Education, Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pa.

Christin Cudahy

Hometown: Montecito, Calif.
Major(s): chemistry
Employer: ChemDesign

Christin joins ChemDesign in Marinette, Wis., where she will work with gas chromatography, high-performance liquid chromatography and wet chemistry.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Chemistry Club; Geology Club; Pre-Health Society; Habitat for Humanity; Soccer Club; Volleyball-a-thon; Springfest; LGBTQ; Photography Club; Swing Dance Club; Green Dot

What are some of the defining moments of Christin’s Dickinson experience? “Organic chemistry made me realize my love for chemistry,” she says. “I have taken many other classes, such as philosophy and religion, that I never thought I’d like, but they ended up being some of my favorite classes.”

Sophia Rothman

Hometown: Brooklyn, N.Y.
Major(s): East Asian studies
Employer: New York Model Management

Sophia has signed a two-year contract with Covergirl Cosmetics as a brand ambassador and spokesperson for their new Vitalist© Foundation and other projects. She is represented by New York Models Direct and CESD Talent and will be a model, actress and host based in New York City.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Belles Lettres Society; College Choir; Tutor; Relay for Life; Pi Beta Phi; Asian Pacific Association; Chinese Students Scholar Association

Internship Experiences: Candela Fashion, New York City; L. Wells Bridal, New York City; Xcel Brands, New York City

How has Dickinson prepared Sophia for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has taught me to be engaged and active in and out of the classroom,” she explains. “My time here has allowed me to grow as an individual and has given me the tools necessary to be successful in anything I do as a post-grad.”
Joana Peixoto Nunes

Joana Peixoto Nunes

Hometown: Lisbon, Portugal
Major(s): economics
Employer: Deutsche Bank

Joana joins Deutsche Bank as an analyst in New York City. During her first year with the bank, she will rotate through different teams in its cash management, trade finance and securities services branches of the Global Transaction Banking division.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Department Intern/Assistant; Department Majors Committee; Teaching Assistant; Tutor; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Women’s Tennis

Internship Experiences: Global Transaction Banking intern, Deutsche Bank, New York City; Management Consulting intern, BDO International, Lisbon, Portugal

How has Dickinson prepared Joana for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has made me more aware of issues that surround us,” she says. “It challenged me to think about them more critically. Dickinson has prepared me to see the connections among classes I took from various different departments and to apply these outside the classroom. Dickinson has taught me the value of forming connections and relationships.”

Anton Grabis

Hometown: Chestertown, Md.
Major(s): international business & management
Employer: TEKsystems

Anton will be a technical recruiter at TEKsystems in Boston.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Raven’s Claw; Volleyball-a-thon; Men’s Lacrosse

Internship Experiences: Intern, Becky’s Fund, Washington D.C.

How has Dickinson prepared Anton for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has taught me how to learn and adapt to different settings,” he says. “I feel truly ready for whatever I might see in life beyond Dickinson, either professional or personal.”

Stephanie Heiring

Hometown: Wayzata, Minn.
Major(s): economics
Employer: Wells Fargo

Steph joins Wells Fargo in Charlotte, N.C., as a financial analyst in the Global Financial Institutions Group.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Economics Club; Teaching Assistant; Tutor; Delta Nu; Alpha Lambda Delta; Omicron Delta Kappa; Women’s Golf; Small Houses and Apartments Community Board

Internship Experiences: Wells Fargo Summer Financial Analyst Program

What are some of the defining moments of Steph’s Dickinson experience? “Studying abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark was extremely influential in deciding what I wanted to do in my future career,” she says. “The classes I took there developed my understanding of international politics and finance, causing me to pursue a career in global business.”

Alex Rhoads

Hometown: Hopewell, N.J.
Major(s): biology
Employer: Hunterdon Healthcare Partners

Alex joins Hunterdon Healthcare Partners as an EMR clinical order specialist, based in Flemington, N.J. He will handle clinical orders and work with clinical staff to create a more efficient way to order labs and radiology.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Pre-Health Society; Autism Speaks; Relay for Life; Baseball

How has Dickinson prepared Alex for Life Beyond the Limestone? “(I had) great hands-on experience with teachers in laboratories helped pave the way for my successful career,” Alex explains.

Carol Rynar

Hometown: Bridgewater, N.J.
Major: German
Employer: Teach for America

Carol will teach English as a new language to students in Buffalo, N.Y. while pursuing her master’s degree in urban education from Canisius College.
Campus Activities and Engagement: The Writer Center; German club; Dana intern; Alpha Phi Omega; YWCA homework help; Alpha Lambda Delta; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Beta Kappa; Youth Program Coordinator, Salvation Army

How has Dickinson prepared Carol for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Thanks to Dickinson’s global emphasis and foreign language requirement, my experience learning a new language in college has inspired me to teach English as a new language to students from all around the world. Additionally, Dickinson’s environment of inclusivity and tolerance, and its emphasis on community service, have encouraged me to seek out opportunities to work closely with children and help provide them with equitable services.”

Simeon Khan

Hometown: Stafford, Va.
Major: history
Employer: U.S. Army

Simeon will be commissioned as a second lieutenant and serve with the military police at Fort Campbell (K.Y.).
Campus Activities and Engagement: ROTC; guitar ensemble; public safety advisory board; Student Senate; Student Senate public relations and community relations; Dog House; film club

Internship Experiences: Cultural Understanding Language Program (CULP), U.S. Army, Czech Republic

What is Simeon most anticipating about his post-graduation plans? “Service to my nation.”
Sophia Brocenos

Sophia Brocenos

Hometown: Laurel, Md.
Major(s): History
Employer: Smithsonian National Postal Museum

As a preservation and collections intern, Sophia will assist with the rotation of exhibits by preparing objects to go on display and rehousing objects in need of better storage.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Tritons; Kappa Alpha Theta; Synergy Dance Team; senior gift drive

Internships: Intern, The Trout Gallery, Dickinson College

What are some of the defining moments of Sophia’s Dickinson experience? “[Being a part of the] Synergy dance team, Kappa Alpha Theta, working at The Trout Gallery and my semester abroad in Toulouse have been invaluable experiences that allowed me to challenge myself and pursue passions with supportive friends and mentors by my side. I am incredibly grateful for the people who have helped me thrive and grow these past four years.”

Miranda Lachman

Hometown: New York City
Major(s): Environmental Studies
Employer: Wright Locke Farm

Miranda will work on the farm, located in Winchester, Mass., and teach summer camp for kids ages 6 and 7.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Dickinson College Organic Farm; Italian Club; Serve the World; Ultimate Frisbee; global gastronomy group; student teaching; Students Interested in Sustainable Agriculture

Internship Experiences: Garden Intern, Edible Schoolyard NYC; Intern, Slow Food USA, New York City; Research Intern, The Rodale Institute, Kutztown, Pa.

What are some of the defining moments of Miranda’s Dickinson experience? “Working on the college farm and being the student educator for Farm Cook Eat has been one of the most defining moments for me. Through these experiences, I have been able to figure out what I want to do after graduation.”

Sam Moller

Hometown: Needham, Mass.
Major(s): Spanish, Political Science
Employer: URJ Eisner Camp

Sam will join the URJ Eisner Camp in Great Barrington, Mass., as program director. He will organize and oversee programs for 600 campers and 300 staff members.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Tritons; Ultimate Frisbee; Jewish Life House; Hillel; D-Tones

Internship Experiences: Intern, Jubilee USA Network

Avery Pietras

Hometown: Scarborough, Maine
Major(s): Law & Policy
Employer: Insight Global

Avery will be an account manager in the sales and marketing side of Insight Global in New York City. She will build and maintain relationships with Fortune 500 clients and expand the client base through networking with new managers in their territory.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Kappa Kappa Gamma; Women’s Indoor and Outdoor Track

Internship Experiences: Account Manager Assistant, Hunter Panels, Portland, Maine; Human Resource Assistant, Carlisle Construction Materials, Carlisle, Pa.

How has Dickinson prepared Avery for Life Beyond the Limestone? “While abroad in Bologna, Italy, we went on business field trips that exposed us to the internal workings of companies such as Caterpillar. We were able to see observe different departments then complete an assignment that required us to relate the trips to textbook material and articles. Because of that class, I was able to get useful examples of the business world first hand.”
Yael Farber

Yael Farber

Hometown: Tarrytown, N.Y.
Major(s): Judaic studies; religion
Employer: Community Synagogue of Rye

Yael joins the Community Synagogue of Rye in Westchester, N.Y., as the director of youth engagement and informal education. She will be overseeing all teen programs, developing curricula for classes, informal programs and trips and teaching religious school. Additionally, she will spend the summer at the URJ Eisner Camp as director of Limud, one of the Jewish education programs.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Senior Gift Drive; Alpha Phi Omega; Serve the World – Service Trips; Language Tables; Student Worker; College Democrats; Hillel; J Street U; Kosher Cooking Club; Challah for Hunger; Center for Service, Spirituality & Social Justice

Internship Experiences: 7th grade Hebrew and Judaic studies teacher, Chisuk Emuna Congregation, Harrisburg, Pa.

What are some of the defining moments of Yael’s Dickinson experience? “My sophomore year, I started the Challah for Hunger chapter on our campus. Starting an organization on campus was a new and exciting challenge for me, but something that I have loved to do for the past two years,” she explains. “Taking on a new project as a part of Jewish Life was an incredible opportunity, and I am excited to see how the chapter grows and changes in the future. Additionally, joining Alpha Phi Omega national service fraternity was an amazing experienced that I will always cherish. Through APO, I was able to give back to the Dickinson and Carlisle communities while building relationships with other Dickinsonians.”

Jamie George

Hometown: Hightstown, N.J.
Major(s): biology
Employer: Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of Central New Jersey

Jamie joins Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of Central New Jersey as a surgical assistant.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Dental Society; Pre-Health Society; Phoenix; Relay for Life; Alpha Lambda Delta; Omicron Delta Kappa; Women’s Cross Country; Women’s Track, Indoor; Women’s Track, Outdoor

How has Dickinson prepared Jamie for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has challenged me to become and remain engaged in academic, athletic and social activities, and to maintain a healthy balance between all three categories,” she explains. “My involvement in both academic and extracurricular events has not only provided me with friendships and professional contacts that I will keep in touch with long after graduation, but has also helped me realize where my passions lie regarding my continuing education and future career as well as hobbies that I hope to pursue.”
Alena Gormally

Alena Gormally

Hometown: Harrison, N.Y.
Major(s): women’s, gender & sexuality studies
Employer: Travel for Teens

Alena joins Travel for Teens as a counselor. She will be based in Costa Rica. She will work with teenagers to encourage their passion for travel and inspire them to engage the global community.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Women’s and Gender Resource Center; Habit for Humanity; Phoenix; YWCA Rape Advocacy Program; Asian Pacific Association; W.I.N.D. Club; Student Worker; First-year Student Mentor; College Democrats; Feminist Collective; Social Justice House; Spectrum; Earth NOW; I am that Girl; J Street U

Internship Experiences: Intern, YWCA Rape Crisis Center, Carlisle, Pa.

Jiacheng (Joanna) Wang

Hometown: Changchun, China
Major(s): computer science; mathematics
Employer: Morgan Stanley

Joanna joins Morgan Stanley in New York City as a technology analyst. In the fall of 2018, she will pursue a master of information systems management in business intelligence and data analytics from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Clarke Forum; College Orchestra; Computer/Services Advisory Committee; Chinese Students Scholar Association

Internship Experiences: Research Assistant; Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh; Quality Assurance Intern, Trusper, Inc., San Jose, Calif.; Intern, Bank of China, Changchun, China

How has Dickinson prepared Joanna for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has given me the chance to explore knowledge outside my majors,” she says.

Olivia Migliori

Hometown: Nazareth, Pa.
Major(s): sociology; Latin American, Latino & Caribbean studies
Employer: The LEAF Project

Olivia joins The LEAF Project in Landisburg, Pa., as a crew leader. She will lead a crew of six teenagers in daily farming tasks while providing support and guidance as they work toward personal goals.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Center for Sustainable Living; Department Majors Committee; Spanish Club; The Norman M. Eberly Multilingual Writing Center; Alpha Lambda Delta; First-year Student Mentor; Dickinson Christian Fellowship

Internship Experiences: Staff Assistant, Valley Youth House Lehigh Valley Shelter, Bethlehem, Pa.

What are some of the defining moments of Olivia’s Dickinson experience? “I attended the Posse Plus retreat my freshman year, which really shaped my interests and academic trajectory at Dickinson,” Olivia explains. “It pushed me to think about issues like race, belonging, identity and access to resources in ways that my experiences had not forced me to previously. While I still have a lot of learning to do, the retreat encouraged me to seek out and listen to perspectives that were unlike my own and to learn from them, which I continued to do throughout my Dickinson career.”

Wesley Smith

Hometown: Nazareth, Pa.
Major(s): policy management
Employer: Giant Food Stores

Wes joins Giant Food Stores as a non-perishable manager where his responsibilities will include ordering, controlling labor costs, maintaining inventory and supervising associates. He will be based in the Lehigh Valley region of Pennsylvania.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Liberty Cap Society; First-Year Student Mentor; College Republicans

Internship Experiences: Store Management Intern, Giant Food Stores

How has Dickinson prepared Wes for Life Beyond the Limestone? “One of the most rewarding responsibilities I have had at Dickinson is being a member of the Liberty Cap Society (whose members are campus tour guides),” Wes explains. “Being a tour guide has allowed me to greatly improve my communication skills. Since high school, I have had many opportunities for public speaking, and I wanted to further enhance my ability to communicate with confidence and enthusiasm. Since I transferred and was only able to spend two years at Dickinson, I believe I was still able to benefit from the liberal arts education Dickinson offers. It has taught me to think critically, look at a problem in multiple perspectives and reinforce my ability to communicate more effectively. The skills and lessons I have learned at Dickinson will be invaluable to my career, not just at Giant, but in all my future endeavors and career aspirations.”

Abigail Jenkins

Hometown: New Canaan, Conn.
Major(s): English
Employer: Land’s Sake Farm

Abby will be implementing a children’s camp on a sustainable agriculture farm teaching lessons and helping out with livestock as a farm and forest assistant educator at Land’s Sake Farm in Weston, Mass.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Dickinson College Organic Farm; Ultimate Frisbee; Student Worker; The Handlebar

Internship Experiences: Summer Intern, Dickinson College Farm; Writer & Editor-in-Chief, The Odyssey

How has Dickinson prepared Abby for Life Beyond the Limestone? “It’s created a really diverse set of skills that I have developed,” Abby says. “I’ve found my passion for farming through working at the Dickinson Farm. My English degree has also taught me a lot about critical thinking, organizing ideas, synthesizing material and learning from others.”

Anne Langworthy

Hometown: Upper Arlington, Ohio
Major(s): environmental science
Employer: inVentiv Health

Anne joins the inventive Health team as a PowerPoint specialist. She will create, format and edit PowerPoint presentations used by medical companies. She will be based in Columbus, Ohio.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Kappa Kappa Gamma; Equestrian Club

How has Dickinson prepared Anne for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson taught me the skills I believe I will need to communicate and participate in the real world,” she says.

Michael Cherry

Hometown: Conshohocken, Pa.
Major(s): economics
Employer: IBM

Mike will join the IBM Summit Program where he will be trained in consultative selling skills and introduction to the IBM Cloud Platform and Cognitive Solutions portfolio. He will be based in Boston.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Men’s Lacrosse

Internship Experiences: Credit intern, DLL, Wayne, Pa.

What is Mike most anticipating about his post-graduation plans? “Discovering how my work ethic as a student-athlete will transfer over to the business world.”
Monica Thapa

Monica Thapa

Hometown: South Riding, Va.
Major(s): Biology; Spanish
Employer: Peace Corps

Monica has volunteered for the Peace Corps as a Community Health Promoter in Peru. She will work with local educational institutions and various community groups to strengthen family health, especially nutrition and hygiene practices. Particular emphasis is placed on the health of young children, with the goal of reducing infant and child mortality, chronic malnutrition and improving sexual and reproductive health of adolescents.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Department Intern/Assistant; Freshman Plays; Pre-Health Society; Student Faculty Research; ESL Tutoring Program; Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Delta Pi; Language Tables; Social Justice House; D-Tones; Women’s Retreat; Montgomery Service Leaders; Global Ambassadors; Multicultural Ambassadors

Internship Experiences: Intern, Office of Civil Rights and Diversity, Peace Corps, Washington

How has Dickinson prepared Monica for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has made me become a more open-minded, tolerant and worldly individual,” Monica explains. “The school is focused on international and globalized education along with its diverse study-abroad opportunities. I have been fortunate enough to immerse myself in different cultures during my time as a student. I believe that the skills I have learned abroad will be an incredible asset to me as I embark on my next journey as a Peace Corps volunteer.”
Edward Kozlowski

Edward Kozlowski

Hometown: Downingtown, Pa.
Major(s): Economics; International Business & Management
Employer: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Edward will join the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) as a financial institution specialist. He will review and examine banks and other financial institutions to ensure sound practices and compliance with laws and regulations.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Phi Delta Theta; Club Basketball; Student Worker; Football

How has Dickinson prepared Edward for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson’s liberal arts education has allowed me to explore a plethora of opportunities that wouldn’t be available elsewhere,” Edward says. “This will help me connect with a diverse group of people, both in a business and personal setting. My Dickinson education has taught me how to properly prepare for challenges ahead.”
Joojo Ocran

Joojo Ocran

Hometown: Accra, Ghana
Major(s): international business & management; French & Francophone studies
Employer: EveryoneOn

Joojo will join the Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit EveryoneOn as a special projects associate. Founded by Dickinson alumnus Zach Leverenz ’01, EveryoneOn is a national nonprofit working to eliminate the digital divide by making high-speed, low-cost Internet service and computers, and free digital literacy courses accessible to all unconnected Americans. Joojo will assist with marketing efforts and will organize programs to help bridge the digital divide.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Department intern/assistant; department majors committee; French Club; student-faculty research; teaching assistant; tutor; admissions student interviewer; Liberty Cap Society; senior gift drive; All-College Enrollment and Student Life Committee; class council; residence hall council; Student Senate; Student Senate Student Life Committee; Inter-Fraternity Council; Alpha Lambda Delta; Omicron Delta Kappa; co-ed volleyball; soccer club; Ultimate Frisbee; volleyball club; African American Society; Club Afrique; French table; global gastronomy group; language tables; W.I.N.D. club; College Democrats; first-year class council; sophomore class council; Idea Fund; Kappa Sigma fraternity

Internship Experiences: Communications and operations associate, EveryoneOn, Washington, D.C.; intern, Axis Pensions Trust, Accra, Ghana; intern, Capital Bank, Accra, Ghana

How has Dickinson prepared Joojo for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has provided me with a transformative education and has given me the ability to consume, analyze and synthesize information to create solutions to complex problems.”

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Nalani Saito

Nalani Saito

Hometown: Seattle
Major(s): Anthropology
Employer: City Year

Nalani will be a City Year AmeriCorps member, tutoring and mentoring students in the San Jose, Calif., area to help better their academic performance, attendance and behavior.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Center for Sustainable Living; Dance Theatre Group; Department Major’s Committee; Learning Community; Spanish Club; Writing Center; Circle K; CommServ; Serve the World – Service Trips; Wheel & Chain; Language Tables; Resident Advisers; LGBTQ; I Am That Girl; Infernos; Special Interest Housing; Women's Retreat

Internship Experiences: Garden Teach Internship, Seattle Tilth, Seattle

What are some of the defining moments of Nalani’s Dickinson experience? Some of the many unique experiences that inspired Nalani during her time at Dickinson were “conducting cross-cultural research in Adams County, Pa., and Akita, Japan, on an international research team with U.S.-Japan Global Scholars and conducting ethnographic research on Japanese-American identity in Hawaii thanks to the Community Studies Center Student Research Grant.”
Jacklyn Rogers

Jacklyn Rogers

Hometown: North Potomac, Md.
Major(s): archaeology
Employer: Archaeological Testing and Consulting

Jacklyn will work in the field of archaeology and cultural resource management doing historical research and archaeological excavations. She will be based in Maryland.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Mermaid Players; Synergy Dance Team

Internship Experiences: Intern, Anthropology Department, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History; intern, Durham University, UK; intern, Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute, U.S. Army War College, Carlisle, Pa.

What are some of the defining moments of Jacklyn’s Dickinson experience? “The moment when you leave a class and feel excited or inspired, or when you are having a discussion and wish it could have gone on longer because the topic is so exciting. It’s a moment that I have had multiple times and makes me realize I chose the right school,” she explains. “I have surrounded myself with people who are passionate about learning and professors who are passionate about their subjects. I will also always have an image in my head of sitting outside in the red chairs with my friends when the weather is nice, which I think all Dickinsonians will be able to relate to.”
Claire Jordy

Claire Jordy

Hometown: Taos, N.M.
Major(s): Environmental Studies
Employer: Knox County Community Action Committee - Americorps

Claire will be inspecting storm water infrastructure, conducting water-quality analysis, coordinating and implementing educational events and coordinating volunteers in Knoxville, Tenn.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Department Majors Committee; Ecology Club; Teaching Assistant; Tutor; Tritons; Big Brothers/Big Sisters; Circle K; CommServ; Neighbors to Neighbors; Phoenix; Random Acts of Kindness Club; Student Worker; Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring; Feminist Collective; Social Justice House; Earth NOW; I am that Girl; Reinvest Dickinson; Students Interested in Sustainable Agriculture

Internship Experiences:Orchard Intern, Community Harvest Project, Harvard, Mass.

How has Dickinson prepared Claire for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has provided specific and general skills that helped me obtain my job post-graduation,” Claire says. “These specific skills include GIS, research, volunteer coordination and water-quality monitoring. Dickinson provided me with the opportunity to work with Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring (ALLARM) which has been instrumental in my capacity-building and confidence skills. My degree in environmental studies has provided me with a great base of knowledge of environmental issues from economics to policy to social issues.”

Gregory Reis

Hometown: New Providence, N.J.
Major(s): international business & management
Employer: FXSpotStream LLC

Greg will work in financial services for FXSpotStream LLC in Jersey City, N.J.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Department Majors Committee; Tutor; Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Beta Delta; Student Worker

What are some of the defining moments of Greg’s Dickinson experience? “Studying abroad for an entire academic year,” he explains. “I spent one semester in South America and another semester in Spain.”

Kevin Sherry

Hometown: Swarthmore, Pa.
Major(s): international business & management
Employer: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)

Kevin will work for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) as a Financial Institution Specialist (FIS) based in Blue Bell, Pa. The FIS program is a training program to become a commissioned bank examiner for the FDIC.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Teaching Assistant; Tutor; Senior Gift Drive; Relay for Life; Phi Delta Theta; Alpha Lambda Delta; Raven’s Claw; Student Worker; Football

Internship Experiences: Financial Management Scholar, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Blue Bell, Pa.; Accounting intern, ImageFirst, King of Prussia, Pa.

How has Dickinson prepared Kevin for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has given me a strong academic background that will prepare me for work in the real world,” Kevin says. “Specifically, the liberal arts degree will be useful to advance in any field.”

Aleksandr (Sasha) Jouravlev

Hometown: Newton, N.J.
Major(s): computer science; mathematics
Employer: Raytheon

Sasha will be building software for Applied Signal Technologies of Raytheon, which specializes in the interception of signals like radar, for electronic intelligence use. He will be based in Annapolis Junction, Md.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Alpha Lambda Delta; Upsilon Pi Epsilon; Men’s Swimming

Internship Experiences: Application Developer Intern, Selective Insurance, Branchville, N.J.

What are some of the defining moments of Sasha’s Dickinson experience? “Being a member of the Dickinson College Men’s Swim team and receiving the Raven’s Claw Scholarship, which is given to only five members of the senior class,” Sasha says.

Vincent Palladino

Hometown: Auburn, Pa.
Major(s): political science
Employer: Teach for America

Through Teach for America, Vinny will teach high school government and economics in Memphis, Tenn.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Mock Trial; tutor; senior gift drive; Keystones of Dickinson College; Neighbors to Neighbors; All-College Planning & Budget Committee; junior class council; Student Senate; Student Senate Cabinet; Student Senate Financial Committee; Delta Sigma Phi; quidditch club; soccer club; sports club council; Ultimate Frisbee; student worker

Internship Experiences: Intern, Schuylkill County (Pa.) District Attorney’s Office

How has Dickinson prepared Vinny for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has exposed me to a variety of cultures. The student body here is much more diverse than my high school. As a result, I have had the opportunity to engage with a diverse group of students and ideas.”

What are some of the defining moments of Vinny’s Dickinson experience? “By joining Greek life, I was able to take on multiple leadership roles that were vital to my growth at the college and in life. I addition to the leadership skills I gained, I was able to use the connections and bonds I made within the community to get internships and jobs.”
Jacqueline Shore

Jacqueline Shore

Hometown: Wyncote, Pa.
Major(s): sociology; history
Employer: Peace Corps

Jacqueline will spend two years in Mozambique teaching English through the Peace Corps.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Liberty Cap Society; Ultimate Frisbee; orientation assistant; Students for Social Action; Reinvest Dickinson; WDCV; prison inmate tutoring

What is Jacqueline most anticipating about her post-graduation plans? “English is used so widely internationally that the best opportunities for advancement are through being able to engage using that language. Hopefully, I will be able to provide that resource to students in Mozambique so that they may utilize their language skills in ways that most directly aid their communities,” Jacqueline says.