Carrita Thomas

Hometown: Washington, D.C.
Major(s): international business & management
Employer: Wells Fargo

Carrita will participate in a rotational program in the Global Financial Institutions Group of Wells Fargo as a financial analyst in Philadelphia. Before she begins her career, she will spend the summer in India, where she will study Hindi in the foothills of the Himalayas.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Delta Nu; C.A.R.E.S.

Internship Experiences: Intern, Wells Fargo, Philadelphia

How has Dickinson prepared Carrita for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Taking classes outside my major challenged my perspective and helped me see the world in context,” she says.
Tyler Hanson

Tyler Hanson

Hometown: Gaithersburg, Md.
Major(s): History
Employer: Lamberton Middle School

Tyler will be student teaching at Lamberton Middle School in Carlisle to receive his Pennsylvania teaching certificate.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Chamber Choir; College Choir; Department Intern/Assistant; Department Majors Committee; Dickinson Collegium; Dickinson Improv and Collaborative Ensemble; Education Society; Mermaid Players; Music Society; Tritons; Literacy Alive; Relay for Life; Serve the World – Service Trips; Residence Hall Councils; Alpha Lambda Delta; Kappa Delta Pi; Phi Alpha Theta; Student Teaching; Orientation Assistant; Resident Advisers; Leadershape; Special Interest Housing; Swing Dance Club; Safety Shuttle Driver

Internship Experiences: Help Desk Intern, FEI Systems, Columbia, Md.

How has Dickinson prepared Tyler for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has given me vital critical-thinking skills,” Tyler explains. “I have grown tremendously during my time here, and I hope to carry on many of the friendships I have made well past college.”

Jake De Wulf

Hometown: Bellevue, Wash.
Major(s): policy management
Employer: PitchBook

Jake will work in the sales department of PitchBook, in Seattle, as a business development associate.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Student Investment Group; Liberty Cap Society; Student Senate Finance Committee; Club Lacrosse

Internship Experiences: Secretary, Libertarian Party of King County, Wash.; Intern, Energy Consortium Worldwide; Intern, Radley Raven Bow Ties, Seattle

How has Dickinson prepared Jake for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has given me countless opportunities in and outside the classroom to better myself and become a well-rounded thinker,” he says.

Christopher Clementi

Hometown: Huntington, N.Y.
Major(s): policy management
Employer: CNA Financial

Christopher will work for CNA Financial as an underwriting trainee in New York City.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Raven’s Claw; Volleyball-a-thon; Men’s Lacrosse; SAAC

Internship Experiences: Intern, Sales Support Department, Cablevision; Fixed-Income Sales Intern, Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Kathleen Jarman

Kathleen Jarman

Hometown: Hummelstown, Pa.
Major(s): English
Employer: Pennsylvania College Advising Corps

Kathleen will work for the Pennsylvania College Advising Corps, meeting one-on-one with under-served high school students in a low-income school district and helping them through all stages of the college admissions process. She will work at Greater Nanticoke Area High School in Nanticoke, Pa.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Dana Intern; Department Intern/Assistant; Education Society; Learning Community; Student-Faculty Research; Alpha Lambda Delta; Kappa Delta Pi; Social Justice House

How has Dickinson prepared Kathleen for Life Beyond the Limestone? “My experiences at Dickinson honed my critical-thinking skills and taught me how to adapt to different environments and situations,” Kathleen says. “Working in the ever-changing education field certainly requires an ability to problem solve and to adapt quickly to new situations. Dickinson equipped me with the skills necessary to be able to do so.”

Rachel Williams

Hometown: Washington, D.C.
Major(s): law & policy
Employer: Wiley Rein LLP

Rachel will work as a project assistant at Washington-based law firm Wiley Rein LLP.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Learning Community; Society for Law and Justice; The Norman M. Eberly Multilingual Writing Center; Tutor; Admissions Student Interviewer; Career Center Advisory Board; Community Advisor; Liberty Cap Society; Serve the World – Service Trips; Sigma Lambda Gamma; Student Worker; Resident Advisers; The Blue Ribbon Committee

Internship Experiences: American Federation of Teachers; Alltech do Brasil; La Legislatura de la Provincia de Mendoza

What are some of the defining moments of Rachel’s Dickinson experience? “Working in the Norman M. Eberly Multilingual Writing Center, as well as being both a resident adviser and community adviser on campus,” Rachel says. “My study abroad experiences in Spain, Ecuador, Argentina and Brazil as well as my semester at The Washington Center were also major cornerstones of my experience.”

Michael Klim

Hometown: Carnegie, Pa.
Major(s): international business & management
Employer: Kinetics Life

Michael will help new and established businesses achieve sustainable growth as an account executive for Kinetics Life, based in Pittsburgh.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Spanish Club; Tutor; Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Beta Delta; Club Lacrosse; Student Worker

Internship Experiences: JMD Corporation, Morgantown, W.Va.

How has Dickinson prepared Michael for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson taught me to be resilient,” Michael explains. “Life can be full of unanticipated twists and turns, and you must be able to navigate a wide variety of situations.”
Jaime Phillips

Jaime Phillips

Hometown: Cherry Hill, N.J.
Major(s): environmental studies
Employer: Dickinson College Center for Service, Spirituality and Social Justice (CSSS)

Jaime will work as the community service coordinator for CSSS. Her duties will include working with student leaders in the CommServ and Montgomery Service Leaders programs. She will also serve as a liaison between Dickinson and many partner community organizations.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Baird Honors Colloquium; Center for Sustainable Living; Liberty Cap Society; Alpha Phi Omega; Alpha Lambda Delta; Baird Sustainability Fellows; Phi Beta Kappa; First-Year Student Mentor; Orientation Assistant; Swing Dance Club; Montgomery Service Leaders

Internship Experiences: Program Assistant, Central PA Conservancy, Carlisle, Pa.; Sustainability Projects Intern, Center for Sustainability Education, Carlisle, Pa.; Marketing Intern, Appalachian Trail Conservancy, Harpers Ferry, W.Va.

How has Dickinson prepared Jaime for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has prepared me because I have a stronger ability to think critically and work my way through problems,” Jaime says. “I do this in my classes, in my job and in my involvement in extracurricular activities. I also think that I have a much better grasp on what my core values are, how I came to those ideas, how they influence the way I think and act and my future goals.”

What is Jaime most anticipating about her post-graduation plans? “I am most excited about the idea of helping people and working to make communities stronger,” Jaime says.

Hannah Matlack

Hometown: Needham, Mass.
Major(s): French and Francophone studies
Employer: New Hampton School

Hannah will teach French, coach varsity girls’ soccer and girls’ junior-varsity basketball and serve as a dorm parent at the New Hampton School in New Hampshire.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Liberty Cap Society; Senior Gift Drive; Soccer Club; Syrens; Women’s Soccer

Internship Experiences: Intern to the Archivist, Noble and Greenough School, Dedham, Mass.; On-field Intern, Boston Breakers, Boston

How has Dickinson prepared Hannah for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson prepared me by providing strong course preparation in French, including time studying abroad in Toulouse, France,” Hannah explains. “Dickinson also allowed me to play four years of varsity soccer and gain leadership experience in various clubs and organizations on campus.”

Tucker Mitchell

Hometown: Towson, Md.
Major(s): psychology
Employer: MaPS/Millward Brown Analytics

Tucker will work as a research analyst at MaPS/Millward Brown Analytics in Boston. He will use data intelligence and situation-driven research projects to drive core client brand growth across various industries including consumer products, retail and home office. He will design surveys and questionnaires for participant use, and manage, analyze and interpret quantitative and qualitative data and statistical models, among other responsibilities.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Dickinson College Organic Farm; Italian Club; Psychology Club; Tutor; Senior Gift Drive; Alpha Lambda Delta; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Beta Kappa; Psi Chi; Ultimate Frisbee; Language Tables; Crescendevils A Capella; Men’s Squash; Dickinsonian

Internship Experiences: Consumer Insights Intern, McCormick & Co., Baltimore, Md.; Marketing and Product Development Intern, Ventev Mobile, Timonium, Md.

How has Dickinson prepared Tucker for Life Beyond the Limestone? “The holistic liberal arts education grounded in so many interesting and interrelated academic disciplines has prepared me, more than anything else, to be an informed, educated citizen of the global world,” says Tucker. “After taking classes touching over fifteen departments at Dickinson, I truly feel as if I have the comprehensive knowledge to succeed.”

What are some of the defining moments of Tucker’s Dickinson experience? “Nothing will ever compare to my study abroad experience in Copenhagen, Denmark,” Tucker says. “Dickinson does an amazing job at supporting the all –important global studies portion of the liberal arts experience.” What is Tucker most anticipating about her post-graduation plans? “As much as I love the classroom experience, I am extremely excited about applying many of the skills I have learned to practical, real world problems that could potentially make a difference in someone else’s life,” Tucker says.

Evan Fried

Hometown: Chevy Chase, Md.
Major(s): policy management
Employer: The Bozzuto Group

Evan will work as a sales associate at commercial and residential development and management company The Bozzuto Group in Washington.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Men’s Golf; Kappa Sigma

Internship Experiences: Intern, Air Forwarders Associate; Intern, Congresswoman Donna F. Edwards

How has Dickinson prepared Evan for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has molded me into the well-read, articulate and knowledgeable person I am today,” Evan says.

What are some of the defining moments of Evan’s Dickinson experience? “When I declared my major, I knew that I was on my way to an excellent education that would serve me well in any field I decided to pursue,” he says.

David Cook

Hometown: Fairfax, Va.
Major(s): international studies
Employer: U.S. Army

David will be commissioned as an infantry platoon leader and second lieutenant in the U.S. Army, initially in Fort Benning, Ga.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Clarke Forum; German Club; ROTC; Club Basketball; College Republicans; Football; Men’s Track, Indoor & Outdoor

Internship Experiences: Intern, House of Representatives Committee for Transportation and Infrastructure

Kristin Jones

Hometown: Andersonville, Tenn.
Major(s): law & policy
Employer: University Physicians Association, Inc.

Kristin will work as an accounts receivable representative for University Physicians’ Association, Inc., in Knoxville, Tenn.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Delta Nu; Soccer Club; Student Worker; College Republicans; Women’s Soccer; Red Devil Sports Network

How has Dickinson prepared Kristin for Life Beyond the Limestone? “I learned and adapted,” Kristin says. “It taught me to bloom where I was planted and make the best of what you're given, in this case an incredible opportunity for a fantastic education.”

What are some of the defining moments of Kristin’s Dickinson experience? “Some of my most defining moments have come from the classroom, but more often they are from the people I’ve met at Dickinson,” Kristin says. “I befriended an administrator who made my college career seem easier. He was a helping hand when I needed it. From late-night studying with friends at the library or sitting in the cafeteria until they kick us out, the wonderful people are what I will cherish most about Dickinson.”

Paige Dougherty

Hometown: Wynnewood, Pa.
Major(s): international business & management
Employer: McAdam Financial

Paige will work as a financial advisor for McAdam Financial in Philadelphia.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Dental Society; Club Lacrosse; Field Hockey

David Clemens

Hometown: Shillington, Pa.
Major(s): policy management
Employer: Mortgage America

David will work for Mortgage America in Wyomissing, Pa., as a loan originator.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Football; Intramural Flag Football; Intramural Basketball

Internship Experiences: Baird Respiratory, Glenside, Pa.

How has Dickinson prepared David for Life Beyond the Limestone? “I have become a more well-rounded person,” David explains. “Meeting and learning about all sorts of new and diverse people has allowed me to develop into a better person.”

Elizabeth Vuchinich

Hometown: Gibsonia, Pa.
Major(s): mathematics
Employer: The Canterbury School

Elizabeth will work as a math teacher and head coach for the boys’ varsity squash team at the Canterbury School in New Milford, Conn. She will also live in and help supervise a dormitory.
Campus Activities and Engagement: CPYB Ballet; The Norman M. Eberly Multilingual Writing Center; Admissions Student Interviewer; Liberty Cap Society; Senior Gift Drive; Tritons; Best Buddies; Relay for Life; Alpha Lambda Delta; Language Tables; First-Year Student Mentor; Pre-Orientation Leader; First-Year Class Council; Housing Eco/Sustainability Reps; Multi-Organizational Board; Feminist Collective; Women’s Squash; Volunteer and Teacher’s Aide, Dickinson College Children’s Center

Internship Experiences: Intern, The Neighborhood Academy; Intern, The Mixxer, Dickinson College Media Center

How has Dickinson prepared Elizabeth for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has prepared me to juggle anything the world will throw my way,” Elizabeth says. “By pursuing my interests and passions here, I have learned to balance academics, athletics and extracurricular activities. I have had opportunities to do things I never imagined I would be able to achieve. Another thing that prepared me well is the relationships I have with adults on campus. From professors to administrators, I appreciate that everyone I talk to wants to hear my story and listen to what I have to say.”

What are some of the defining moments of Elizabeth’s Dickinson experience? “The most defining moment of my Dickinson experience was joining the inaugural women’s squash team during my junior year,” she says. “That season playing squash ended with the team winning our division at nationals in Boston.”

What is Elizabeth most anticipating about her post-graduation plans? “I am most anticipating using what I have learned at Dickinson to make the world a better place,” she says. “I want to make people more aware of the issues our generation faces, especially focusing on sustainability and gender-equality issues.”

Joe Wagman

Hometown: York, Pa.
Major(s): archaeology
Employer: Wagman Construction, Inc.

Already the chairman of Wagman Construction, Inc., in York, Pa., Joe is receiving a bachelor’s degree in archaeology after eight years of part-time study at Dickinson. He says he has always been interested in archaeology and Associate Professor of Archaeology Christofilis Maggidis was instrumental in encouraging him to attend Dickinson. At Commencement, his daughter, Anna Wagman ’16, will hand him his diploma, having just graduated before him. Joe currently holds a bachelor’s degree, MBA and J.D.
What is Joe most anticipating about his/her post-graduation plans? “As I retire from work, I will participate in archaeological excavations,” Joe explains. “Less work, more fun.”

Edwin Padilla

Hometown: New York City
Major(s): music; computer science
Employer: The Vanguard Group

Edwin will work as a participant of technology program at The Vanguard Group. He will rotate with three different departments: software development, software testing and software research. At the end of two years in the rotational program, he will be placed in the department which interests him most.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Dickinson Jazz Ensemble; Dickinson Improv and Collaborative Ensemble; Upsilon Pi Epsilon; Club Basketball; African American Society; Resident Advisers; MANdatory; Co-founder, EP Project; Saxophone Ensemble

Internship Experiences: Intern, U.S. Army War College, Carlisle, Pa.; Intern, Office of Alumni Relations, Dickinson College; Senior Game Programmer, Dickinson College Department of Political Science; Senior Website Developer and Research Assistant, Dickinson College Department of Computer Science

How has Dickinson prepared Edwin for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has provided me with the tools needed to critically analyze different situations through multiple lenses,” Edwin says. “Through Dickinson I have learned that issues are not separate, rather they maintain an intersectionality that is often disregarded. Through both of my majors I was able to gain soft skills needed after college, such as public speaking, communication, networking and presentation abilities. Additionally, through the activities I was involved with, I learned how to lead different groups, organize and coordinate amongst them and establish a brand of myself and the band I represented. Lastly, I have learned a variety of things outside of my majors that have taught me that life is filled with many different paths, and sometimes it is worth taking an adventure into the unknown.”

Jennifer Morrissey

Hometown: Rockville, Md.
Major(s): religion
Employer: ATI

Jennifer will work as a medical device clinician for ATI in South Carolina.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Relay for Life; Women’s Lacrosse

Internship Experiences: Intern, McAdam Financial

What are some of the defining moments of Jennifer’s Dickinson experience? “Taking the course Judaism and Environmental Ethics with Associate Professor of Religion Andrea Lieber,” Jennifer explains. “For this course we had to do a semester-long project within the community, directly connecting what we learned in class and its impact on the community.”

Jason Guss

Hometown: Randolph, N.J.
Major(s): political science
Employer: Carlisle High School

Jason will be student teaching at Carlisle High School in order to receive his Pennsylvania teaching certificate.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Kappa Delta Pi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Pi Sigma Alpha; Soccer Club; Student Teaching; Student Worker

How has Dickinson prepared Jason for Life Beyond the Limestone? “I have had an incredibly well-rounded education, preparing me not only for my field, but many situations I will find myself in,” Jason says. “I also am surrounded by do-gooders, which inevitably makes me a do-gooder. Hopefully I can do good through teaching and education.”

Wesley Gottesman

Hometown: Boonton Township, N.J.
Major(s): economics
Employer: Raymond James Financial

Wesley will work as a compliance examiner, based in St. Petersburg, Fla. He will work with advisors at multiple branch locations to ensure compliance with Raymond James Financial’s rules of trade.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Football; Big Brothers/Big Sisters; Relay for Life; Phi Delta Theta; Club Lacrosse; Peer Advisors

Internship Experiences: Raymond James Financial, Morristown, N.J.

Gregory Horne

Hometown: Denville, N.J.
Major(s): policy management
Employer: U.S. Army

Gregory will be commissioned as a second lieutenant with U.S. Army Intelligence. He will command and coordinate military intelligence soldiers and combined armed forces, among other duties.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Department Majors Committee; French Club; Mermaid Players; ROTC; Discipline Hearing Board; French Table; Bonner Leaders; Omicron Delta Kappa; Tennis Club; First-Year Mentor; Dickinson Christian Fellowship; WDCV-FM.

How has Dickinson prepared Gregory for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has helped me to be a more critical and open-minded thinker,” Gregory says. “I am better equipped with tools to help me be a successful intelligence officer, including language skills and an understanding of economics and policy. The college has given me the opportunity to be a leader on campus and in the Carlisle community.”

Christopher King

Hometown: Naples, Fla.
Major(s): policy management
Employer: CBRE Consultants

Christopher will work as a sales associate with CBRE Consultants in Naples, Fla. He will be responsible for assisting a senior associate, and specializing in office and retail leasing.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Baseball; College Republicans

Internship Experiences: Intern, CBRE, Charlottesville, Va.; intern, CBRE, Norfolk, Va.

What is Christopher most anticipating about his post-graduation plans? “I look forward to applying the skills and approaches I learned at Dickinson into real world situations,” he says. “In addition, I want to have a chance to become engaged in the community of Naples through a number of different organizations.”
Patrick Schlecker

Patrick Schlecker

Hometown: Wilmington, Del.
Major(s): international studies
Employer: Markon Solutions

Patrick will work in Falls Church, Va., with the business-development department of government consultant Markon Solutions on projects and client acquisition.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Student-Faculty Research; Senior Gift Drive; Big Brothers/Big Sisters; Phi Delta Theta; Raven’s Claw; Sigma Iota Rho; Student Worker; Football

Internship Experiences: Project manager, researcher, Global Schools Program, Harrisburg, Pa., and Akita, Japan; Researcher, Peacekeeping & Stability Operations Institute, U.S. Army War College, Carlisle, Pa.

How has Dickinson prepared Patrick for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has given me a well-rounded education that has taught me how to think and analyze problems from many different angles,” Patrick says. “It has allowed me to see the connections through all the disciplines and given me a holistic view of our society. Dickinson also gave me an amazing athletic career, awesome friends and a ton of alumni connections to further my career.”

What are some of the defining moments of Patrick’s Dickinson experience? “My four favorite experiences at Dickinson were: my senior international studies seminar, my research in Japan, playing four years of varsity college football and being inducted into the Raven’s Claw Society.”

What is Patrick most anticipating about his post-graduation plans? “I am extremely excited to see the inner workings of the government from an outside perspective,” Patrick explains. “I am hoping to develop a career that allows me to better our agencies and solve real- world problems that our nation faces.”
Claire Brawdy

Claire Brawdy

Hometown: Eden, N.Y.
Major(s): history
Employer: Enterprise Knowledge

Claire will work as a business analyst for consulting firm Enterprise Knowledge in Arlington, Va.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Department Majors Committee; The Norman M. Eberly Multilingual Writing Center; Admissions Student Interviewer; Senior Gift Drive; Women’s Cross Country

How has Dickinson prepared Claire for Life Beyond the Limestone? “While every student picks a focus of study, I think that at least for me, the transferable skills of researching, writing clearly, and presenting my ideas effectively, are what has best prepared me for life after college,” Claire explains. “Although my declared major is history, I have had the amazing opportunity to engage in a wide array of courses, all of which have prepared me in some capacity for life after Dickinson.”

What are some of the defining moments of Claire Dickinson experience? “Working in the Norman M. Eberly Multilingual Writing Center has been a highlight of my Dickinson experience,” Claire says. “While the job itself has opened so many doors for me professionally, it has also connected me with some of the best students on campus. I am grateful to have gotten to know each and every one of them. I was also incredibly fortunate to have been a member of the varsity Cross Country team at Dickinson. Thanks to the support of my coaches, I have achieved goals that I never thought were possible, and was able to compete at the national level three years in a row. More importantly, I have forged friendships with my teammates that will last a lifetime. Finally, studying abroad in Bologna, Italy, is something I will always appreciate. I grew so much as a person, met some amazing people and was able to travel to places I had always dreamed of visiting.”

Alexandra Goodson

Hometown: Boiling Springs, Pa.
Major(s): Environmental Studies
Employer: The McShane Firm, LLC

Alexandra will work as a legal assistant with The McShane Firm, LCC, in Harrisburg, Pa.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Jazz Ensemble; Third Degree Steppers; Women’s Golf; Women’s Swimming.

Internship Experiences: Intern, Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, Camp Hill, Pa.

How has Dickinson prepared Alexandra for Life Beyond the Limestone? “The most important thing I think I can take away from Dickinson is the ability to work with others and see different perspectives on a situation,” she says. “The ability to be flexible and outward thinking, I believe is very important in today’s workforce.”
Cynthia Baur

Cynthia Baur

Hometown: Greensburg, Pa.
Major(s): anthropology
Employer: Dickinson College Farm

Cynthia will be an apprentice at the Dickinson College Farm, where she is working as a current student farmer.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Anthropology Club; Baird Honors Colloquium; Dickinson College Organic Farm; Spanish Club; Tutor; Alpha Phi Omega; CommServ; Neighbors to Neighbors; Baird Sustainability Fellows; Language Tables; Student Worker; College Club Committee; Earth NOW; Kosher Cooking Club

Internship Experiences: Morris Organic Farm, Irwin, Pa.

How has Dickinson prepared Cynthia for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Without Dickinson I wouldn't have found my passion for food and sustainable agriculture,” she says.

What is Cynthia most anticipating about her post-graduation plans? “I'm excited to delve into sustainable agriculture and to participate in the local food movement wherever I go,” she says.
My (Caroline) Nguyen Tra

My (Caroline) Nguyen Tra

Hometown: Warsaw, Poland
Major(s): computer science; mathematics
Employer: Expedia, Inc.

Caroline will work as a software engineer for Expedia, Inc., in Bellevue, Wash. She will design, develop and modify components of software applications and tools.
Internship Experiences: Application Development Internship, Nationwide Insurance, Columbus, Ohio

How has Dickinson prepared Caroline for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has provided me with many opportunities to grow in the past four years and prepared me for the real-world challenges,” she says. “Dickinson's liberal-arts education has taught me how to view the world from different perspectives and appreciate others' input.”

What is Caroline most anticipating about her post-graduation plans? “I am most excited to be able to make an impact in the tech world, and for many opportunities to grow in the field, where I will be able to use the skills I gained during my four years at Dickinson,” she says.
Caroline Karwel

Caroline Karwel

Hometown: Fairfax Station, Va.
Major(s): international business & management
Employer: Credit Suisse

Caroline will work for Credit Suisse as a CCAR business analyst based in Raleigh, N.C.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Relay for Life; YWCA Homework Help; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Club Basketball; Floor Hockey; College Republicans; Field Hockey; Student Athlete Advisory Committee

Internship Experiences: U.S. Regulatory Reporting Intern, Credit Suisse, New York City
Jacob Heybey

Jacob Heybey

Hometown: York, Pa.
Major(s): computer science
Employer: U.S. Army

Jacob will be commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army, initially stationed at Fort Gordon, Ga.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Soccer Club; Martial Arts Club; ROTC; Tutor; Upsilon Pi Epsilon

Internship Experiences: Army internship, Fort Shafter, Hawaii and Townsville, Australia

What are some of the defining moments of Jacob’s Dickinson experience? “Choosing my major has been one my most significant moments at Dickinson,” he says. “I came into college undecided as to what my major would be. I ended up choosing computer science because I had a great professor for the introductory classes and everything clicked for me. That determined the path my Army career will take and opened up a huge amount of opportunities.

Jun Huron

Hometown: Port Washington, N.Y.
Major(s): psychology
Employer: Mondo

Jun will be a technical recruiter with employment agency Mondo. She will be based in Dallas, where she will help fill Fortune 500 companies’ IT departments with qualified employees.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Psychology Club; Student Devils’ Advocate; Tritons; Student Senate Public Relations; Kappa Alpha Theta; Psi Chi; Student Worker; Dickinsonian

What is Jun most anticipating about her post-graduation plans? “I’m looking forward to excelling in a field and be able to rise into leadership positions,” she says.

Thomas Dircks

Hometown: Mountain Lakes, N.J.
Major(s): computer science
Employer: Booz Allen Hamilton

Thomas will work for Booz Allen Hamilton in McLean, Va., as a software engineer developing new products for clients in the government and commercial sectors.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Student Investment Group; Club Lacrosse; Volleyball-a-thon; College Republicans; Men’s Lacrosse

Internship Experiences: Software developer, Booz Allen Hamilton, Washington

How has Dickinson prepared Thomas for Life Beyond the Limestone? “I believe the liberal arts style of education has helped me build a strong perspective on the world around me,” he says. “The breadth of courses helped me develop skills I would not have otherwise built at other institutions.”
Frank Vitale

Frank Vitale

Hometown: Fort Washington, Pa.
Major(s): history
Employer: Dickinson College

Frank will be a Friends of the Library intern at Dickinson. He will manage Dickinson Scholar, the college’s institutional repository. He also will manage the library’s social-media presence and develop and supervise content production for the Carlisle Indian School Digital Resource Center.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Dana Intern; Department Majors Committee; Alpha Phi Omega; Residence Hall Councils; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Alpha Theta; Student Worker; Swing Dance Club

How has Dickinson prepared Frank for Life Beyond the Limestone? “The liberal arts education I received at Dickinson has already helped me gain a foothold in today's competitive job market, providing me with the intellectual curiosity and practical adaptability necessary to succeed,” he says. “Dickinson has also opened my eyes and my mind to today's issues while simultaneously highlighting the differences and similarities that help strengthen my community and world.”

What is Frank most anticipating about his post-graduation plans? “I am excited to be able to continue on with the Carlisle Indian School Digital Resource Center, which has fueled both my professional and research interests over the past four years,” he explains. “The Friends of the Library position allows me to give back to the project and institution that has helped me grow over my time at Dickinson.”

Madison Lawson

Hometown: Duxbury, Mass.
Major(s): Spanish; international business & management
Employer: EMC Corporation

Madison will work as an inside sales representative for RSA Security, a subdivision of EMC, based in Bedford, Mass. In addition to her role as a sales rep, she will participate in a two-year training program in which she will learn how to sell computer security.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Kappa Kappa Gamma; Relay for Life.

Internship Experiences: Intern, TAG Venture Partners, Hingham, Mass.

How has Dickinson prepared Madison for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Studying abroad in Malaga, Spain was the most insightful semesters I had at Dickinson,” she says. “It was here that I learned to be truthfully independent and learned the most about myself.”

What is Madison most anticipating about her post-graduation plans? “I am looking forward to starting a new chapter in my life, becoming more independent, having my own money and being able to travel,” she says.
Madonna Enwe

Madonna Enwe

Hometown: Washington
Major(s): neuroscience
Employer: Franciscan Mission Service

Madonna will volunteer for Franciscan Mission Service in Washington.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Neuroscience Club; Pre-Health Society; Senior Gift Drive; Omicron Delta Kappa; Wheel & Chain; African American Society; W.I.N.D. Club; First-year Student Mentor; Catholic Campus Ministry; Dickinson Christian Fellowship; InterVarsity Christian Fellowship; Newman Club; Anwar Belly Dance Club; Dickinson Science Magazine; Class of 2016 Baccalaureate Committee

Internship Experiences: Summer neuroscience program, University of Vermont Medical School, Burlington, Vt.

How has Dickinson prepared Madonna for Life Beyond the Limestone? “It has helped identify some of my strengths and how to use them in whatever field I become involved in,” she says.

What are some of the defining moments of Madonna’s Dickinson experience? “Winning a fiction contest and organizing a fundraiser for the Nepalese earthquake victims,” she says.
Elias Howard

Elias Howard

Hometown: Cranford, N.J.
Major(s): history
Employer: Proskauer Rose LLP

Elias will work as an employment and labor litigation paralegal for Proskauer Rose LLP in Washington.
Campus Activities and Engagement: College Bowl; Department Intern/Assistant; Department Majors Committee; Union Philosophical Society; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Alpha Theta; Men’s Cross Country; Men’s Track, Indoor; Men’s Track, Outdoor

Internship Experiences: U.S. Army War College; Essex County Prosecutor’s Office

How has Dickinson prepared Elias for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has given me the resources and tools to work as a professional through a well-rounded liberal arts curriculum,” he says. “I look forward to advancing my career and possibly continuing my education.”

Elizabeth Wilford

Hometown: Oxford, Md.
Major(s): art & art history
Employer: Dickinson College Farm

Lizzie will be the education and outreach coordinator at the Dickinson College Farm. She will oversee the farm’s after-school programs, lead educational seminars and coordinate events like the annual Local Food Dinner and monthly Pizza on the Plaza events.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Arts House; Astronomy Club; Department Intern/Assistant; Dickinson College Organic Farm; Mermaid Players; Society of Physics Students; Teaching Assistant; Alpha Phi Omega; Residence Hall Councils; Co-ed Volleyball; Student Worker; Arts Collective; Dickinson Dog House

Internship Experiences: Intern, Dickinson Development Office; Intern, Morgan Stanley, Easton, Md.

How has Dickinson prepared Lizzie for Life Beyond the Limestone? “It has allowed me to gain the confidence to pursue the opportunities that I want the most,” she says.

What is Lizzie most anticipating about her post-graduation plans? “I am really excited about learning as much as I can about sustainable agriculture,” she says. “I am thrilled to be living in Carlisle for another year and being able to enjoy the area a little bit longer.”
Mackenzie Johnson

Mackenzie Johnson

Hometown: South Hamilton, Mass.
Major(s): Spanish; policy management
Employer: Leadership, Education and Farming (LEAF)

Mackenzie will be a program assistant for Leadership, Education and Farming (LEAF), a farm-based youth employment program in Carlisle, Pa. She will supervise the programming for the youth interns at LEAF, which will include instructing classes and designing curriculum. She will be exposed to the grant-writing process, strategic planning and fundraising. LEAF provides paid internships to youth ages 14-18 to work alongside farmers and chefs in south-central Pennsylvania while they learn about all aspects of the local food system.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Baird Sustainability Fellows; Center for Sustainable Living; Dickinson College Organic Farm; The Norman M. Eberly Multilingual Writing Center; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Beta Kappa

How has Dickinson prepared Mackenzie for Life Beyond the Limestone? “I have made lasting connections here, particularly though the College Farm, that have exposed me to a great network of sustainable agriculture professionals,” she says. “Some of my classes have given me practical skills that I will use daily, especially my economic classes.”

What is Mackenzie most anticipating about his/her post-graduate plans? “Feeling like my work makes a difference and has a positive impact on the community I am in,” she says.

Nicholas Botti

Hometown: Collegeville, Pa.
Major(s): economics, mathematics
Employer Name: Federal Reserve Board of Governors

Nicholas will work as a research assistant for the Federal Reserve Board of Governors in Washington. He will provide economic forecasting and research on a wide range of domestic and international issues to support the economic policymaking function of the Board of Governors and of the Federal Open Market Committee.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Astronomy Club; Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues; Economics Club; Student Investment Group; International House; LGBTQ; Idea Fund
Andrew DiNardo

Andrew DiNardo

Hometown: Rochester, Pa.
Major(s): international business & management
Employer Name: First Presbyterian Church of Beaver

Andrew will serve as assistant youth pastor at the First Presbyterian Church of Beaver in Beaver, Pa.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Italian Club; CommServ; Soccer Club; Language Tables; Student Worker; First-Year Student Mentor; Pre-Orientation Leader; Dickinson Christian Fellowship; Disciplemakers; InterVarsity Christian Fellowship; Kingdom Builders; Muslim Student Association; D-Tones; Idea Fund; Worship leader, New Life Community Church, Carlisle; Montgomery Service Leaders; Project SHARE

Internship Experiences: First Presbyterian Church of Beaver, Beaver, Pa.

What are some of the defining moments of Andrew’s Dickinson experience? “The service trip I took to Belize in January of 2015 had a life-changing impact on my life as I expect to return this coming January. Inside the U.S., I was able to spend my spring break in southeast (Washington) D.C. understanding systemic oppression and gentrification. Those two experiences are focal points that I will look back at defining my Dickinson experience,” he says.
Tayloe Dameron

Tayloe Dameron

Hometown: Charles City, Va.
Major(s): policy management
Employer Name: Lignum-Vitae North America

Tayloe has accepted a position as a sales representative with Lignum-Vitae North America in Richmond, Va.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Club lacrosse

Internship Experiences: Intern, Virginia Manufacturers Association
Kendall Busby

Kendall Busby

Hometown: Manhattan Beach, Calif.
Major(s): English
Employer: Jordan Vineyard and Winery

Kendall will work in Healdsburg, Calif., as Jordan Vineyard and Winery’s digital media coordinator. She will be responsible for Jordan's digital media outlets, which include photography, video production and editing, social media platform management, graphic design and promoting sustainable viticulture practices.
Campus Activities and Engagement:Department Majors Committee; Dramatic Arts; Freshman Plays; Mermaid Players; Student Advisory Committee; Social Justice House; Dickinson Film Club; Infernos; Special Interest Housing; WDCV-FM

Internship Experiences: Intern, Palmina Wines, Lompoc, Calif.; Intern, Santa Barbara County Vintners Association, Buellton, Calif.

What are some of the defining moments of Kendall’s Dickinson experience? “My involvement with the Dickinson Infernos, spending the academic year abroad in Norwich, England, completing the English thesis and my involvement in developing digital humanities within the English and film departments were integral parts of my Dickinson experience,” she explains. “The professors I've had during my academic career have been essential to my growth as an individual.”

What is Kendall most anticipating about his/her post-graduation plans? “I am looking forward to this next chapter, complete with winemaking, digital media, sustainable food practices and storytelling,” she says. “I hope to complete a wine certification in northern California and work a harvest in South America or Europe.”
Frieda Adu-Brempong

Frieda Adu-Brempong

Hometown: Bronx, N.Y.
Major(s): policy management
Employer: Bennett Midland LLC

Frieda will work as an associate for Bennett Midland LLC in New York City where she will support client projects in management consulting and urban policy with research, writing and administrative tasks.
Campus Activities and Engagement:M The Norman M. Eberly Multilingual Writing Center; Senior Gift Drive; Student Devils’ Advocate; Wheel & Chain; African-American Society; Exiled Poetry Society; Hypnotic Dance Group

Internship Experiences: Intern, Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

How has Dickinson prepared Frieda for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has made me a critical thinker and an exceptional writer,” Frieda says. “The skills I have obtained here are applicable to any field and also personally help me to make connections between seemingly unrelated topics.”
Jiyeong (Faith) Park

Jiyeong (Faith) Park

Hometown: Annandale, Va.
Major(s): Global Health (Self-Developed)
Employer: Princeton in Africa

As a Princeton in Africa fellow, Faith will work with Population Services International in Johannesburg, South Africa, for a year before pursuing a master’s degree in public health.
Campus Activities and Engagement: College Orchestra; French Club; Tritons; Serve the World – Service Trips; Wheel & Chain; French Table; First-Year Student Mentor; Peer Assistant Learning About Sex; Resident Advisers; Leadershape; Dickinson Christian Fellowship; House and Apartment Manager; Global Ambassador; Dana Research Assistant; Eco-Rep

What are some of the defining moments of Faith’s Dickinson experience? “I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to study abroad in Cameroon during my Dickinson experience,” Faith explains. “My study-abroad experience pushed me to grow immensely and become more independent, open-minded and adaptable.”

Olivia Calcaterra

Hometown: Glen Cove, N.Y.
Major(s): French & Francophone studies
Employer: Teaching Assistant Program in France

Olivia will work as an English teacher in Toulouse, France, and will start her position in September. This summer, she will work with a faculty member on a summer literacy program for migrant and English language learning youth in the Carlisle area. Olivia is the 2016 recipient of the John Patton Prize for High Scholastic Standing.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Dana Intern; Education Society; French Club; Student-Faculty Research; Teaching Assistant; The Norman M. Eberly Multilingual Writing Center; Tutor; Carlisle Tutoring Program; Literacy Alive; Relay for Life; YWCA Homework Help; Sigma Lambda Gamma; Alpha Lambda Delta; Kappa Delta Pi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Delta Phi; French Table; Student Teaching; Feminist Collective; Photography Club

Georgia Mohrbacher

Hometown: Winchester, Mass.
Major(s): international business & management
Employer: Fidelity Investments

Georgia will work as a rotational associate at Fidelity Investments, located in Boston. She will work at four different brokerage desks over the next two years.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Student Investment Group; YWCA Homework Help; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Alpha Lambda Delta; Club Lacrosse

Internship Experiences: Intern, Openbridge Inc., Boston; intern, TJX Inc., Framingham, Mass.

How has Dickinson prepared Georgia for Life Beyond the Limestone? “The liberal arts education has allowed me to see the intersectionality among many different disciplines and issues,” says Georgia. “I believe this education has taught me how to think from an expansive perspective, which will certainly be useful in my personal and professional life.”

Alyssa Wardwell

Hometown: Weymouth, Mass.
Major(s): international business & management
Employer: Joey Showroom

Alyssa will works as a wholesale assistant at Joey Showroom in New York City, where she will schedule appointments with major department stores, prepare for weekly sales for all partner brands and organize trade shows.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Delta Nu; Tritons
Ryan Protter

Ryan Protter

Hometown: Princeton, N.J.
Major(s): political science
Employer: Iowa Democratic Party

Ryan will work as an organizer for the Iowa Democratic Party.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Department Majors Committee; Mock Trial; Union Philosophical Society; Academic Disabilities Proctor; Keystones of Dickinson College; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Sigma Alpha; Jewish Life House; College Democrats; Hillel; Dickinsonian

Internship Experiences: Campaign Fellow, Hillary for Pennsylvania, Carlisle, Pa.; Legal Intern, U.S. Army War College, Carlisle, Pa.; Legislative Research Intern, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington; Advocacy and Communications Intern, AARP, Princeton, N.J.; Policy Researcher, Joe Sestak for U.S. Senate, Princeton, N.J.

How has Dickinson prepared Ryan for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has taught me to think independently, tackle any problem in my path and seek out opportunities and openings,” Ryan says.
Patrick Yang

Patrick Yang

Hometown: Beijing, China and Palo Alto, Calif.
Major(s): economics; sociology
Employer: Mandarin Consulting

Patrick will work as a program consultant for Mandarin Consulting in Los Angeles.
Internship Experiences: Hearst; CineQuest Film; Tresor Group
Andrew McGowan

Andrew McGowan

Hometown: Baltimore, Md.
Major(s): biochemistry & molecular biology
Employer: Chemical Solutions

Andrew will work as an analytical chemist for Chemical Solutions in Harrisburg, Pa., where he will quantify the levels of metals found in everyday products like cosmetics and medication.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Center for Sustainable Living; Student-Faculty Research; Tutor; Alpha Lambda Delta; Student Teaching; Student Worker; Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring

Internship Experiences: Lab Technician, Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring, Carlisle, Pa.

How has Dickinson prepared Andrew for Life Beyond the Limestone? “My Dickinson education has transformed the way I see the world,” Andrew explains. “I owe everything to it.”
Emily Katz

Emily Katz

Hometown: Bethesda, Md.
Major(s): policy management; sociology
Employer: Repair the World

Emily will take part in an 11-month fellowship with Repair the World, where she will address education justice and food justice through volunteering. Repair the World fellows also organize public programs that integrate contextual learning, volunteering and reflection within a Jewish lens. She will be based in Pittsburgh.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Dance Theatre Group; Department Majors Committee; Trout Gallery Intern; Artworks!; Serve the World – Service Trips; Residence Hall Councils; Kappa Alpha Theta; Alpha Lambda Delta; Omicron Delta Kappa; Student Worker; First-Year Student Mentor; Hillel; J Street U; Sexual Assault Climate Survey Results Committee

Internship Experiences: Communications Intern, DC Arts and Humanities Education Collaborative, Washington

How has Dickinson prepared Emily for Life Beyond the Limestone? “The classes I've taken at Dickinson have given me a strong base of knowledge about the social justice issues I hope to address throughout my life,” Emily says. “Through classes, friendships and extra-curricular involvement, I have been pushed to think critically and creatively. The opportunities I've had at Dickinson have also pushed me to step outside my comfort zone and become more self-confident.”

What are some of the defining moments of Emily’s Dickinson experience? “Going abroad was a crucial part of my Dickinson experience,” Emily explains. “Spending four months in Copenhagen and traveling throughout Europe taught me so much about myself and about moving between cultures. Being able to integrate what I learned in my classes and experiences in Copenhagen into the classes I took my senior year truly brought together so many elements of my time at Dickinson.”

Christopher Soulas

Hometown: Far Hills, N.J.
Major(s): economics
Employer: BGC Partners

Christopher will join BGC Partners in New York City as a broker trainee.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Student Investment Group; Students for a Sensible Drug Policy; Club Lacrosse; Football

Internship Experiences: Intern, BCG Partners

What is Christopher most anticipating about his/her post-graduation plans? “Working hard so that I can one day give back to the communities that gave so much to me,” he said.

Jacob Schreer

Hometown: Towaco, N.J.
Major(s): economics
Employer: UBS

Jacob will be an investment advisor for UBS at the Wealth Advice Center (WAC) in Weehawken, N.J. The WAC serves about 325,000 clients with a team of approximately 100 professionals.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Economics Club; Student Investment Group; Men’s Soccer

Internship Experiences: RMR Wealth Builders, New Jersey

Tarutr Malhotra

Hometown: Bangalore, India
Major(s): history; Italian studies
Employer: SITE Italy

Tarutr will teach Italian middle and/or high school students at SITE Italy, located in Milan.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Department Majors Committee; Italian Club; Union Philosophical Society; Rock Wall; Soccer Club; Italian House; Romance Language House; Feminist Collective

Internship Experiences: Intern, National Museum of the United States Navy, Washington

How has Dickinson prepared Tarutr for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Studying abroad in Bologna taught me how to be truly independent and to adjust to a country where I wasn’t fluent in the local language,” Tarutr says.

What are some of the defining moments of Tarutr’s Dickinson experience? “The most impactful social aspect of Dickinson is probably the open-mindedness of its students,” Tarutr explains. “As an international student who traveled halfway across the world by himself to study at Dickinson, I have had no problem integrating myself into the college community. In fact, the openness of the student body has actually made me more socially aware.”

Jacob (Kobi) Frankel

Hometown: Kinnelon, N.J.
Major(s): political science
Employer: Laidlaw & Company (UK) Ltd.

Jacob will work as a full-service broker at Laidlaw & Company (UK) Ltd. He will be located in New York City.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Men’s Lacrosse; Student Advisory Committee; Volleyball-a-thon

Internship Experiences: Intern, Brown Gavalas & Fromm; Intern, Laidlaw & Company (UK) Ltd.
Caio Santos Rodrigues

Caio Santos Rodrigues

Hometown: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Major(s): philosophy
Employer: Nielsen

Caio will be a Watch Emerging Leaders Associate for market-research firm Nielsen in New York City. During the two-year program, Caio will rotate among four different areas of Nielsen’s Watch business, working on projects and developing professional skills, among other duties.
Campus Activities and Engagement: The Dickinsonian; Dickinson Science Magazine; Peer Advisor/Orientation Assistant; Romance Language House; YWCA Homework Help; Portuguese Club

Internship Experiences: Undergraduate Research Assistant, University of Chicago Department of Psychology; Digital Products/Ready to Learn! Intern, Public Broadcasting Service (PBS); Corporate Communications Intern, Bloomberg, L.P.

How has Dickinson prepared Caio for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has provided me with opportunities to grow both inside and outside the classroom,” Caio says. “Inside the classroom, I developed my critical thinking skills, oral and written communication skills and studying techniques. Outside the classroom, I had the opportunity to be engaged in the community, develop my professional skills by working in a number of different positions and meet different people. Overall, I am a more open-minded, confident and prepared person thanks to all my experiences at Dickinson.”

What is Caio most anticipating about his post-graduation plans? “I am excited to develop myself professionally and learn more about the media industry,” Caio explains. “I became more interested in media after my internship at PBS and my semester abroad in Copenhagen, where I took two communications courses. It is a vast field with many opportunities for learning and engagement.”

Jonathan Harper

Hometown: Westwood, Mass.
Major(s): economics
Employer: UBS Wealth Management

Jonathan will work as a research analyst at UBS Wealth Management in Chicago. He will analyze equity and fixed-income securities, perform fixed-income trading and rebalance portfolios.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Department Majors Committee; Student Investment Group; Men’s Soccer; Student-Faculty Research; Senior Gift Drive; Student Worker

Internship Experiences: Commercial Risk Analyst, Chubb Insurance, Boston; Equity Research Analyst, Penobscot Investments, Boston; Public Relations Intern, Kel & Partners, Boston

How has Dickinson prepared Jonathan for Life Beyond the Limestone? “I believe Dickinson has provided me a unique environment where I have been afforded the freedom to take insightful classes and provided the tools to further expand my learning interests,” Jonathan says. “Having the ability to play on the soccer team has given me a brotherhood and instilled everyday skills that I know I can leverage in my life moving forward.”

Lawrence Fitzmorris

Hometown: Great Falls, Va.
Major(s): psychology
Employer: U.S. Army

Lawrence will be commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army. He will lead and train a platoon of soldiers in a tank unit based at Fort Benning, Ga.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Astronomy Club; Learning Community; Psychology Club; ROTC; Russian Club; U-Turn All-Campus Yard Sale; Alpha Lambda Delta; Soccer Club; Global Gastronomy Group; Language Tables; College Republicans; Arts Collective; J Street U

How has Dickinson prepared Lawrence for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has helped me realize I have many interests in scholastics, and it has opened my eyes to a variety of social phenomena, allowing me to form opinions on pertinent aspects of global citizenship,” Lawrence says.

Mark Tambussi

Hometown: Haddonfield, N.J.
Major(s): psychology
Employer: Aramark

Mark will be part of the executive development program at food, facilities and uniform services provider Aramark.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Senior Gift Drive; Big Brothers/Big Sisters; Phi Delta Theta; Sports Club Council

Internship Experiences: Investigative Intern, Camden County Prosecutor’s Office

How has Dickinson prepared Mark for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has taught me how to communicate effectively and think critically,” Mark says.

Moira Mahoney

Hometown: Wayne, Pa.
Major(s): English
Employer: City Year

Moira will join City Year in Philadelphia, where she will work with students in an academic setting in a variety of roles like teaching and coaching.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Women’s Lacrosse; President, D-tones

How has Dickinson prepared Moira for Life Beyond the Limestone? “I was able to pinpoint my passions at Dickinson, and I was provided assistance in figuring out my life after graduation,” Moira says.

What is Moira most anticipating about her post-graduation plans? “Working in an environment I have never experienced and being able to make a difference in the lives of those younger than me,” Moira explains. “I want to help create a welcoming and fun school environment for students.”

Mackenzie Shelgren

Hometown: Boxford, Mass.
Major(s): biology
Employer: New England Biolabs

Mackenzie will work as a research assistant at biotechnology firm New England Biolabs in Massachusetts.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Dental Society; Women’s Cross Country; Women’s Track, Indoor & Outdoor

Internship Experiences: Intern, New England Biolabs

Jared Ginsburg

Hometown: Kinnelon, N.J.
Major(s): environmental science
Employer: Peace Corps

Jared will work as an environmental education volunteer through the Peace Corps. He will be located in Nicaragua.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Liberty Cap Society; Tritons; Delta Sigma Phi; Soccer Club; First-Year Student Mentor; Hillel; Earth NOW; Red Devil Sports Network

Internship Experiences: Intern, GeoPeak Energy; Intern, NJ Highlands Coalition

Jahmel Martin

Hometown: Richmond Hill, N.Y.
Major(s): American studies
Employer: Allstate Insurance Company

Jahmel will be participating in Allstate Insurance Company’s Leadership Development Program, based in Chicago. The program includes three one-year structured rotations in different areas of the business, including one rotation in a regional office; two formal learning conferences each year with experiential opportunities and exposure to key leaders; and formal mentoring relationships as well as peer mentoring during the first year of the program.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Center for Sustainable Living (Treehouse); Community Advisor; Freshman Plays; Relay for Life; Serve the World service trips; YWCA Homework Help; Student Senate Academic Affairs Committee; Alpha Lambda Delta; Scroll and Key; Club Basketball; African American Society; MANdatory

Internship Experiences: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, New York City

How has Dickinson prepared Jahmel for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson prepared me by teaching me how to ‘connect the dots’ through different disciplines in order to package myself as a versatile leader who understands how to approach problems creatively,” Jahmel says.
Rachael Smith

Rachael Smith

Hometown: Carlisle, Pa.
Major(s): music
Employer: Vail Jazz Foundation

Rachael will work as festival outreach coordinator for the Vail Jazz Foundation in Colorado. She will be in charge of volunteer coordination and management, as well as festival promotion to concierges and venues.
Campus Activities and Engagement: College Choir; Department Majors Committee; Dickinson Improv and Collaborative Ensemble; Music Society; Teaching Assistant; Trout Gallery Intern; Community Advisor; Senior Gift Drive; Alpha Lambda Delta; HUB Supervisor; Leadershape; Multi-Organizational Board; Newman Club; Composer, Student Songwriting Workshop; Infernos

Internship Experiences: Intern, LitWorld, New York City; Spanish-Language Education Intern, Trout Gallery, Carlisle, Pa.

Nicholas DellaVecchia

Hometown: North Salem, N.Y.
Major(s): international business & management
Employer: Point72 Asset Management, L.P.

Nicholas will work as an analyst for Point72 Asset Management, L.P. in Stamford, Conn. He will interact with traders and counterparties to resolve trading matters and support the firm’s daily trading activities for all products, among other duties.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Student Investment Group; Community Advisor; Student Teacher; Kappa Sigma

Internship Experiences: Intern, Point72 Asset Management

How has Dickinson prepared Nicholas for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has provided me with supportive faculty members who allowed me to probe other areas of interest not covered by the typical path through international business & management,” Nicholas says. “These projects included an exploratory study into sustainable investing and ESG and a reevaluation of long-run abnormal returns from initial public offers.”
Asir Saeed

Asir Saeed

Hometown: Dhaka, Bangladesh
Major(s): computer science
Employer: Digital Garage

As a software engineer with Digital Garage, Asir will develop web and mobile-based applications and use big data of affiliated companies to optimize marketing activities. Asir will be based in Tokyo.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Learning Community; Student-Faculty Research; The Norman M. Eberly Multilingual Writing Center; Alpha Lambda Delta; Upsilon Pi Epsilon; Language Tables; Student Worker; Resident Adviser; Leadershape; Muslim Student Association; Emerging Leaders; Special Interest Housing; Religious Life Leader; Service Trip Leader; Student Interviewer; First-Year Coordinator

Internship Experiences: Research intern, Dickinson’s computer science department; Student director of new student programs, Dickinson

What is Asir most anticipating about his post-graduation plans? “I anticipate that it’s going to be really challenging working in a different culture,” says Asir. “There is most definitely going to be a learning curve but that’s also what’s so exciting about it.”

Thao Vu

Hometown: Hanoi, Vietnam
Major(s): mathematics; economics
Employer: Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Thao will work as a consumer and retail investment banking analyst for Bank of America Merrill Lynch in New York City.
Campus Activities and Engagement: College Choir; Student Investment Group; Teaching Assistant; Tutor; Carlisle Tutoring Program; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Mu Epsilon; Student Worker; Peer Academic Advising

Internship Experiences: Investment Banking Summer Analyst, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, New York City; Advisory and Investment Intern, Horizon Capital Advisers, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

How has Dickinson prepared Thao for Life Beyond the Limestone? “By taking classes in various departments, working on campus and taking part in student organizations at Dickinson, I have developed analytical and critical-thinking skills, as well as the work ethic, which have helped me adapt and advance in different environments,” Thao says.

Nicole Fronsdahl

Hometown: Groton, Mass.
Major(s): physics
Employer: Raytheon

Nicole will work as a systems engineer with defense contractor Raytheon in Woburn, Mass.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Society of Physics Students; Student-Faculty Research; Teaching Assistant; Tutor; Relay for Life; Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Pi Sigma; Co-ed Volleyball; Soccer Club; Library Student Advisor; Student Worker; Orientation Assistant; Earth NOW; Women’s Soccer

How has Dickinson prepared Nicole for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has provided me with a well-rounded education that balances technical ability and quantitative skills learned through my major, with qualitative skills and analytical abilities,” Nicole says. “The abundance of writing-intensive and presentation-heavy courses has developed my communication skills, which made me stand out from fellow quantitative peers.”

Jacob Myers

Hometown: Middletown, Del.
Major(s): history
Employer: St. Andrew's School

Jacob will work as a coaching, admissions and athletic assistant director at St. Andrew’s School in Middletown, Del.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Men’s Basketball; Men’s Football

Samuel Weinstein

Hometown: Hillsborough, N.J.
Major(s): policy management
Employer: Princeton Public Affairs Group, Inc.

Samuel will work as a lobbyist for Princeton Public Affairs Group, Inc., in New Jersey. His duties will include research, interaction with legislators and grass-roots campaigning.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Department Majors Committee; Tritons; Men’s Squash; Kappa Sigma
Jasmin Lee

Jasmin Lee

Hometown: Seoul, South Korea
Major(s): international business & management
Employer: Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Jasmin will work as a global transaction services analyst for Bank of America Merrill Lynch, based in Seoul, South Korea. Her position is part of an 18-month rotational program. “I hope to learn about various lines of businesses in Asia during my rotation in Seoul,” she says.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Dance Theatre Group; Department Intern/Assistant; HUB Advisory Board; Liberty Cap Society; Delta Nu; Korean Students Association; HUB Supervisor; Student Worker

Internship Experiences: Corporate Affairs Intern, American Express, New York City; Client Service Intern, APCO Worldwide, New York City; Public Relations Intern, 1776, Washington; Communications Intern, American Chamber of Commerce, Seoul, South Korea

How has Dickinson prepared Jasmin for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Through the study-away programs in Washington D.C. and New York City I gained valuable work experience that ultimately helped me secure employment at Bank of America Merrill Lynch,” she explains. “I was also fortunate to network with hundreds of Dickinson alumni through informational interviews, informal coffees and school-sponsored networking events. All of these truly helped me prepare for my life after graduation.”
Emily Rabinek

Emily Rabinek

Hometown: Herndon, Va.
Major(s): international business & management
Employer: Silverback Strategies

Emily will work as sales and marketing coordinator for Silverback Strategies. She will write, manage and coordinate sales proposals for the search engine marketing firm based in Alexandria, Va.
Campus Activities and Engagement: U-Turn All-Campus Yard Sale; Kappa Alpha Theta; Women’s Club Soccer

Internship Experiences: Marketing and Technology Intern, MOSIMTEC, Herndon, Va.; Marketing Intern, Overture, Bethesda, Md.

How has Dickinson prepared Emily for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has helped me become the person I am today,” she explains. “I've developed some of my closest friendships and created some of the best memories of my life. Without the women's club soccer team, Kappa Alpha Theta and incredible friends, I don't know where I would be.”

What are some of the defining moments of Emily’s Dickinson experience? “One of the most defining moments of my Dickinson experience was creating and building the women's club soccer team, starting my freshman fall semester,” she says. “This club has meant more to me than words could describe, and the friendships and memories I've gained from being a part of it are invaluable.”

Csilla Gloria Huse

Hometown: Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Major(s): Economics; International Business & Management
Employer: BNP Paribas

Csilla will work as a finance analyst with BNP Paribas’ Leveraged Finance/Merchant Banking Group in New York City.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Student Investment Group; Tutor; Residence Hall Councils; Student Senate; Alpha Lambda Delta; Omicron Delta Kappa; Sigma Beta Delta; Outing Club; Student Worker; First-Year Class Council; Student Supervisor, Dining Services

Internship Experiences: Intern, Investure, LCC, Charlottesville, Va.; Intern, Aksia, LCC, New York City; Intern, BNP Paribas, New York City

How has Dickinson prepared Csilla for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson helped me by creating an environment where I found myself to be thriving,” she says. “I found that not only my professors, but also my peers pushed me to be the best version of myself. I was really able to achieve my highest potential in my academics, extracurricular involvement and internships.”

What is Csilla most anticipating about her post-graduation plans? “I am excited to be moving to Manhattan and getting to work in the heart of the city with people I interned for over the summer,” she says. “Finance has been a passion of mine all throughout high school and college, and I am looking forward to starting my career in this field. New York is one of my favorite cities in the world, and being a fast-paced and diverse individual, I find myself thriving in this environment. The city is always buzzing and there is always something to do or see.”
Claire Henriques

Claire Henriques

Hometown: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Major(s): sociology
Employer: Peace Corps

Claire will pursue a volunteer opportunity with the Peace Corps. She will be located in Botswana, working as a Youth and HIV/AIDS Capacity Building Volunteer: Life Skills in Botswana.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Women's Club Soccer; Sports Club Council

Internship Experiences: Research Assistant, Citizens Association for the Defense of Collective Interests, Yaounde, Cameroon

How has Dickinson prepared Claire for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has prepared me for Life Beyond the Limestone in many ways,” she says. “One of my favorite experiences through Dickinson is my study abroad experience in Yaounde, Cameroon. I furthered my interest and passion to focus in international development, which has led me to accept my offer with the Peace Corps.”

Graham Williams

Hometown: Towson, Md.
Major(s): computer science; mathematics
Employer: Epic Systems Corporation

Graham will work as a software developer for Epic Systems Corporation in Madison, Wis. His development work will enable healthcare providers to focus on their patients while providing tools that support better outcomes and reduce costs.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Computer Science/Math Society; Mathematics majors committee; Teaching assistant; Alpha Lambda Delta; Club Basketball; Ultimate Frisbee; Crescendevils A Cappella.

Internship Experiences: Statistical research assistant, Johns Hopkins Division of Health Science Informatics; Central IT, Johns Hopkins University

How has Dickinson prepared Graham for Life Beyond the Limestone? “A lot of meaningful projects that prepared me for the internships I had,” he says. “With these skills, I was able to stand out at my internships and get a leg up in the job hunt.”

What is Graham most anticipating about his post-graduation plans? “The chance to work with and meet new people while getting the experience of living in another part of the country,” he says.

Jacqueline Rigney

Hometown: Madison, Conn.
Major(s): international business & management
Employer: Time, Inc.

Jacqueline will be an advertising intern for Time, Inc., in New York City.
Campus Activities and Engagement: C.A.R.E.S.; Pi Beta Phi

Internship Experiences: The Washington Center Program, Washington; U.S. Department of the Interior, Washington; Strategic Consulting Partners, Arlington, Va.

How has Dickinson prepared Jacqueline for Life Beyond the Limestone? “My Dickinson education has taught me how to think critically and analytically,” she says. “I am confident that I will be successful entering the consulting field with my business background.”
Hieu Le

Hieu Le

Hometown: Hanoi, Vietnam
Major(s): computer science
Employer: Yahoo! Inc.

Hieu will work as a software engineer for Yahoo! Inc, in Sunnyvale, Calif., where he will build useful software and web applications.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Computer Science/Math Society; Department Majors Committee; Department Intern/Assistant; Dickinson College Organic Farm; Guitar Ensemble; Alpha Lambda Delta; Upsilon Pi Epsilon; Outing Club

Internship Experiences: Software engineering intern, Yahoo! Inc.

How has Dickinson prepared Hieu for Life Beyond the Limestone? “I have learned various skills in many disciplines, not just my major, computer science,” he says. “I’ve also learned from areas such as music and economics. This will help me adapt quickly to any working environment.”

What are some of the defining moments of Hieu’s Dickinson experience? “The moments I remember the most are those when I performed in the Rubendall Recital Hall,” he says.

Zachary Simmons

Hometown: Lutherville, Md.
Major(s): biochemistry & molecular biology
Employer: Eurofins Lancaster Laboratories

Zachary will work as an associate scientist for Eurofins Lancaster Laboratories in Lancaster, Pa. He will work in the biochemistry department running tests on products submitted by the company’s clients.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Men’s Cross Country; Men’s Track, Indoor and Outdoor

How has Dickinson prepared Zachary for Life Beyond the Limestone? “I have had the opportunity to conduct undergraduate research with two different professors and take a wide variety of interdisciplinary courses,” he says.
Rebecca Race

Rebecca Race

Hometown: Bethany, Conn.
Major(s): art & art history; international business & management
Employer: The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation

Rebecca will work as an intern for the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation in Bethany, Conn. She will organize and document the Albers’ art collection for exhibitions all over the world. She will also engage with visiting artists, museum professionals, conservators and researchers.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Women’s Cross Country; Women’s Track, Indoor; Women’s Track, Outdoor

Internship Experiences: Intern, The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, Bethany, Conn.

How has Dickinson prepared Rebecca for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has allowed me to double-major in two areas of interest for me: art & art history and international business & management,” she explains. “I hope to pursue a career in the art market.”
Yessenia Tostado

Yessenia Tostado

Hometown: Los Angeles, Calif.
Major(s): psychology
Employer: Schuler Scholar Program

Yessenia will work for the Schuler Scholar Program as an AmeriCorps STEM Scholar Coach in Chicago. She will serve for two years as a math scholar coach, helping high school students in one-on-one and group settings. She will be a mentor, tutor and role model to high school students and assist them in preparing for college.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Learning Community; Spanish Club; Alphi Phi Omega; CommServ; Dreamcatchers; Neighbors to Neighbors; Soccer Club; Language Tables; Student Worker; Leadershape; Dickinson Christian Fellowship; Social Justice House; Emerging Leaders; Special Interest Housing; Substance-Free Living Community

Internship Experiences: College affairs intern, i.am College Track, Los Angeles, Calif.; Global Scholars U.S.-Japan Program, Harrisburg, Pa. and Akita, Japan

How has Dickinson prepared Yessenia for Life Beyond the Limestone? “The various opportunities that I have had here at Dickinson have helped me to develop my personal, social and academic skills,” she explains.

What is Yessenia most anticipating about her post-graduation plans? “I feel very determined, energetic and grateful for the awesome experiences that I have taken part in at Dickinson,” she says. “I am beyond excited for the next phase of my life. For the next two years I will be helping high school students to develop the necessary skills to be accepted and succeed in colleges similar to Dickinson. My very ambitious goal, hopefully 20 years from now, is to be the founder of a community center. This community center will provide resources, opportunities and experiences to student leaders to take initiative and carry out service projects in hope of taking action and making a difference in their communities.”
Marie-Noelle Nwokolo

Marie-Noelle Nwokolo

Hometown: Accra, Ghana
Major(s): international business & management
Employer: The Advisory Board Company

Marie-Noelle will be an associate for The Advisory Board Company. The Washington-based firm is a global technology, research and services company, which serves as a performance improvement partner to 230,000 leaders in 5,200 organizations across health care and education.
Campus Activity and Engagement: The Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues; French Club; Senior Gift Drive; Student Devil’s Advocate; Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Beta Delta; African American Society; French Table; Orientation Assistant; Leadershape; Public Affairs Symposium; Dickinson Christian Fellowship; InterVarsity Christian Fellowship; NCAA Sports; International House

Internship Experiences: Event and marketing intern at Diamond6 Leadership & Strategy, Carlisle Pa.; Student project manager at the Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues, Carlisle, Pa.

How has Dickinson prepared Marie-Noelle for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Intellectually, I am really honored to have received a liberal arts education grounded in attacking the ills of our 21st century world,” she says. “The opportunity to go to professors whenever I needed and take classes that were ‘non-traditional’ greatly contributed to how well-rounded I am now. My interest in international development is one that was fully developed at Dickinson through studying abroad in England and chatting endlessly with professors like Anthony J. Barnum. Being in an environment that is different from home was challenging in all sorts of ways, but also very helpful in shaping my view as a global citizen and reminding me of where I stand in the world and what I want to do about that.”
Tim Lehotsky

Tim Lehotsky

Hometown: Camp Hill, Pa.
Major(s): history
Employer Name: U.S. Army

Tim will be commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the U.S. Army, based at Fort Benning, Ga. He will work in an armored unit, where he will be responsible for organizing and controlling up to 40 people and millions of dollars in equipment.
Campus Activities and Engagement: ROTC; Academic Violation Board; Discipline Hearing Board; Tritons; Resident Advisers

What is Tim most anticipating about his post-graduation plans? “Tanks,” he says. “There’s nothing like the sound of a 120mm cannon.”
Madeline Chandler

Madeline Chandler

Hometown: Westfield, N.J.
Major(s): Spanish; psychology
Employer Name: Teach for America

Madeline will be an elementary school teacher in San Antonio, Texas, through Teach for America.
Campus Activities and Engagement: First-Year Student Mentor; Kappa Alpha Theta; Department Intern/Assistant; Learning Community; Psychology Club; Spanish Club; Teaching Assistant; Tritons; Bonner Leaders; CommServ; Habitat for Humanity; Relay for Life; Serve the World – Service Trips; Residence Hall Councils; Alpha Lambda Delta; Eta Sigma Phi; Psi Chi; Student Worker; Orientation Assistant; Pre-Orientation Leader; Leadershape; LGBTQ; Allies; Social Justice House; Emerging Leaders

How has Dickinson prepared Madeline for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has challenged me to be the best I can be by giving me the resources I need to make my dreams come true. I have been nurtured and fostered in a sense and pushed and challenged to be the best I can be,” she says.
Philipp Werner

Philipp Werner

Hometown: Potomac, Md.
Major(s): international business & management
Employer Name: SAP Software

Philipp will work as an account executive for SAP Software in Philadelphia. “I’ll be selling software that can make the world run better and more efficiently,” he says.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Baseball Team

Internship Experiences: Sales intern, SAP Software; general business development intern, EDC Consulting; private wealth management intern, UBS Banks

How has Dickinson prepared Philipp for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has instilled in me the values of hard work, time management and knowledge that I will use the rest of my life,” he says.

What are some of Philipp’s defining moments at Dickinson? “Being on a baseball team where I felt like I was a part of a family has defined me every day for the past three years,” he says.

Cedric Madden

Hometown: Norristown, Pa.
Major(s): economics
Employer Name: McAdam Financial

Cedric is joining McAdam Financial in Philadelphia as a financial advisor.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Football; Raven’s Claw; Student Worker; Be the Match on Campus

How has Dickinson prepared Cedric for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson molded me into an adult,” he says.

Katherine Natoli

Hometown: Glenshaw, Pa.
Major(s): international business & management
Employer: PNC Bank

Katherine will work for PNC Bank as a risk management associate, based in Pittsburgh.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Academic Disabilities Proctor; Community Advisor; Tritons; Relay for Life; Omicron Delta Kappa; Sigma Beta Delta; Club Basketball; Language Tables; Student Worker; Resident Advisers

Internship Experiences: Intern, PNC Bank; Intern, Federated Investors

How has Dickinson prepared Katherine for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Liberal arts has given me multiple perspectives beyond business,” she says.

Silvana Kreines

Hometown: Brooklyn, N.Y.
Major(s): archaeology
Employer: Diving With a Purpose

Silvana will work as a maritime archaeologist in Key Largo, Florida, with Diving With a Purpose, a nonprofit international organization providing education, training and field experience in maritime archaeology and ocean conservation. She will be replanting a coral reef and conducting an archaeological survey.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Archaeology Club; Astronomy Club; Biodiesel Program; Center for Sustainable Living; College Orchestra; Dickinson College Organic Farm; Dickinson Improv and Collaborative Ensemble (DICE); Jazz Ensemble; Society of Physics Students; Outing Club; Student Worker; Housing Eco/Sustainability Reps; Chimaera Club

Internship Experiences: Maritime archaeologist in training, Sanisera Archaeology Institute for International Field Schools, Minorca, Spain; Newman Myers Kreines Gross Harris, P.C., New York City

What are some of the defining moments of Silvana’s Dickinson experience? “Living in the Treehouse (Center for Sustainable Living) widened my knowledge on the relationship between sustainability and social justice, and the many ways one can make an impact on the environment,” she says.
Rachael Sclafani

Rachael Sclafani

Hometown: Port Jefferson, N.Y.
Major(s): Environmental Science
Employer: Esri

Rachael will work for Esri, makers of well-known geographic information system (GIS) software. She will be based in Charlotte, N.C.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Baird Honors Colloquium; College Orchestra; Dickinson College Organic Farm; String Ensemble; Student-Faculty Research; Alpha Lambda Delta; Baird Sustainability Fellows; Student Worker; Social Justice House; Spectrum; Special Interest Housing; Students Interested in Sustainable Agriculture; Dickinson GIS Lab Intern; Biology Teaching Assistant

Internship Experiences: Intern, Dr. Doni Wilson, N.D., Port Jefferson, N.Y.; Intern, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency at the Casco Bay Estuary Partnership, Portland, Maine

How has Dickinson prepared Rachael for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has taught me how to think critically and has exposed me to a variety of disciplines,” Rachael explains. “I believe this education has prepared me to be an engaged citizen wherever I live.”
Ned Wagner

Ned Wagner

Hometown: Washington, D.C.
Major(s): economics
Employer: Viacom

Ned will work as a client service representative in Viacom’s ad sales department in New York City.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Student Worker; Men’s Soccer; Red Devil Sports Network; Red Devils TV Network

Internship Experiences: DLE Agency, Washington; DC United, Washington

How has Dickinson prepared Ned for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has provided me with the ideal student experience,” Ned explains. “I received an outstanding education while being able to compete on a top-ranked collegiate soccer team. Dickinson also offered me the opportunity to study in Bologna, Italy, for a semester and culturally immerse myself. Not many seniors can reflect on their college experience and say they have experienced what Dickinson offers. I am thankful for everything the school has given me. While it will be sad to leave, I am taking friendships and memories that will last forever.”

Ketty Zawarski

Hometown: Easton, Pa.
Major(s): international business & management
Employer: Willis Towers Watson

Ketty will work as a health and benefits analyst for Willis Towers Watson in Boston. She will perform financial analyses including developing pricing and employee contribution strategies and conduct benchmarking studies, among many other responsibilities.
Campus Activities and Engagement: C.A.R.E.S.; Pi Beta Phi

Internship Experiences: Intern, United States Department of the Interior, Washington; Intern, Strategic Consulting Partners, Mechanicsburg, Pa.; Intern, MRI Network, Bethlehem, Pa.

How has Dickinson prepared Ketty for Life Beyond the Limestone? “My classes have taught me to think analytically and be able to answer questions in a variety of fields,” Ketty says.

Maxwell Maloberti

Hometown: Jackson, N.H.
Major(s): Biology
Employer: The Island School

Maxwell will work as a teacher at The Island School, located in Cape Eleuthera, Bahamas. He will teach marine biology to high school sophomores and seniors. He will also help in other areas of school life, such as leading scuba expeditions, athletic programs and medical support.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Relay for Life; College Democrats; Men’s Squash; Men’s Swimming

Internship Experiences: Intern, The Island School, Cape Eleuthera, Bahamas

Alex Bialko

Hometown: Toms River, N.J.
Major(s): environmental studies
Employer: Dickinson College Farm

Alex will work as a farm apprentice at the Dickinson College Farm.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Biodiesel Program; Student Worker; Men’s Soccer
Chrysanthe Maggidis

Chrysanthe Maggidis

Hometown: Carlisle, Pa.
Major(s): art & art history; archaeology
Employer: Goodyear Gallery and Keck Archaeology Lab

Chrysanthe will divide her time between two jobs: as assistant manager of Dickinson’s Goodyear Galley and as an assistant in the Keck Archaeology Lab. Next year, she will apply to graduate schools in Europe to pursue master’s degrees in studio art and conservation.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Archaeology Club; Fine Arts Society; Artworks!; Club Basketball; Co-ed Volleyball; Martial Arts Club; Paintball Club; Student Teaching; Student Worker; Arts Collective

Internship Experiences: Assistant Manager, Goodyear Gallery, Dickinson College; Lab Assistant, Keck Archaeology Lab, Dickinson College; Teaching Assistant in Modern Greek

What are some of the defining moments of Chrysanthe’s Dickinson experience? “The people who have been around me in the classroom, on the courts or in the residence halls during my four years here,” she says. “We learned so many new things together, and had wonderful, funny, sad and difficult moments together.”
Shivani Rishi

Shivani Rishi

Hometown: Troy, Mich.
Major(s): psychology
Employer: Beacon Hill Staffing Group

Shivani will work for Beacon Hill Staffing Group in Washington as a recruitment consultant, responsible for candidate recruitment and placement.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Psychology Club; Public Safety Advisory Board; C.A.R.E.S.; Phoenix; Student Senate; Student Senate Student Life Committee; Senior Class Council

Internship Experiences: Legislative Assistant, U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow’s Office; Research Assistant, Maryland ADHD Program; Research Assistant, University of Michigan
Jessica Klimoff

Jessica Klimoff

Hometown: Princeton, N.J.
Major(s): English; sociology
Employer: Success Academy

Jessica will work for Success Academy as an associate teacher in the charter-school network.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Dana Intern; Learning Community; The Norman M. Eberly Multilingual Writing Center; Neighbors to Neighbors; Serve the World – Service Trips; Residence Hall Councils; Alpha Lambda Delta; Wheel & Chain; Floor Hockey; Jewish Life House; First-Year Student Mentor; Hillel; Feminist Collective; Social Justice House; Students for Social Action; Kosher Cooking Club; Women’s Retreat; J Street U; Rosh Chodesh Group

Internship Experiences: Intern, Survey Research Center at Princeton University; Intern, South Bronx United

How has Dickinson prepared Jessica for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has given me a sense of perspective and insight into the world around me and into my own actions,” she says.

Blake Crinklaw

Hometown: Sammamish, Wash.
Major(s): English
Employer: JET Program

Blake will work as an assistant language teacher for school-age children in Japan.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Soccer Club; Language Tables; Fall Fest; Springfest; Feminist Collective; LGBTQ; Spectrum; Gaming Club; WDCV-FM

Trang Truong

Hometown: Hanoi, Vietnam
Major(s): international business & management; mathematics
Employer: Deutsche Bank

Trang will work for Deutsche Bank as a global transaction banking analyst in New York City.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Student Investment Group; Carlisle Tutoring Program; Teaching Assistant; Tutor; YWCA Homework Help; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Mu Epsilon; International House; Student Worker; Orientation Assistant; Peer Academic Advising

Internship Experiences: Finance Intern, ASF-USA, New York City; Executive Assistant, Deloitte, Hanoi, Vietnam

How has Dickinson prepared Trang for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has provided me with a well-rounded education, not only in terms of academic subjects, but also in every aspect of life,” Trang says. “I love having the opportunities to take classes outside my math and business majors to strengthen and diversify my knowledge about society and the world. Some of the best classes I have taken at Dickinson were with the music and religion departments.”
Sam Bogan

Sam Bogan

Hometown: Hastings on Hudson, N.Y.
Major(s): biology
Employer: King Abdullah University of Science and Technology Red Sea Research Center

Sam will work as a post-baccalaureate visiting student researcher at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology in Thuwal, Saudi Arabia, in Associate Professor of Bioengineering Timothy Ravasi’s laboratory. “The Ravasi Lab is using comparative genomics to determine how marine fishes are adapting to global climate change,” Sam explains. “Throughout my two-month collaboration with the lab, I will conduct original research using bioinformatic methods I have learned from Dickinson professors Dana Wohlbach and Mike Roberts to identify mechanisms of transgenerational adaptation to ocean warming and acidification in tropical damselfish.”

After his time in Saudi Arabia, Sam will pursue a master’s degree in biology – genomics & marine physiology at Sonoma State University in California.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Center for Sustainable Living

How has Dickinson prepared Sam for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson's faculty has guided me toward incredible research experiences in the life sciences,” Sam explains. “I feel that what I have experienced as a biology major has taken me well beyond the classroom. I have been fortunate enough not only to read the works of leaders in my desired field, but personally discuss this research with the leaders themselves. My education was not simply a conceptual exploration. I was able to witness and participate in the wonderful world of biology and will continue to do so as I pursue science.”

What are some of the defining moments of Sam’s Dickinson experience? “Traveling to the Georgia Pines of Buena Vista with Associate Professor of Biology Scott Boback's Natural History of Vertebrates class,” Sam says. “I remember feeling as if I was in my element and simultaneously unfamiliar with everything around me. It was a wild ride, but it made me realize that scientists were a good bunch. It's not all sterile pipets and lab coats.”

Kerry Richmond

Hometown: Sherwood, Ark.
Major(s): women’s, gender & sexuality studies
Employer: City Year

Kerry will volunteer for City Year in New Orleans, La.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Feminist Collective; Spectrum; S.P.A.N.K.K.; Students for a Sensible Drug Policy; Special Interest Housing; Women’s Retreat; WDCV-FM; Italian Club; Mermaid Players; Women’s and Gender Resource Center; CommServ; YWCA Homework Help; African American Society; Sexuality Resource Group; College Democrats

Internship Experiences: Homework Club Co-Director, Carlisle YWCA, Carlisle, Pa.

John Horowicz

Hometown: Montclair, N.J.
Major(s): religion
Employer: Hillstone Restaurant Group

John will be the culinary manager of a professional kitchen at Hillstone Restaurant Group in Bethesda, Md.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Dickinson College Organic Farm; Relay for Life; Club Lacrosse; Floor Hockey; Ice Hockey; Springfest; Hillel; D-Tones

Internship Experiences: Intern, Hillstone Restaurant Group, Bergen County, N.J.

How has Dickinson prepared John for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson provided me with the right balance of independence and responsibility that allowed me to shape myself into who I am today and will continue to be in the future,” John says.

Laura Silverman

Hometown: Marlborough, Mass.
Major(s): international studies
Employer: Meltwater

Laura will work as a consultant within the international management training program for Meltwater, a media and communications firm. She will be based in Boston.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Liberty Cap Society; All-College Enrollment and Student Life Committee; Student Senate; Student Senate Student Life Committee; First-Year Student Mentor; Senior Class Council; Infernos; Students for a Sensible Drug Policy; Women’s Volleyball

Internship Experiences: Upward Agency, Boston; Dickinson College Admissions

How has Dickinson prepared Laura for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has prepared me to communicate with anyone at any time under any circumstance,” Laura explains. “Perfect for sales and consulting.”

Nicholas Fukuda

Hometown: Williston, Vt.
Major(s): political science
Employer: Hillary for America Campaign

Nicholas has received a Hillary for America Campaign Fellowship, and will work supporting Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid in the campaign’s Harrisburg, Pa., office.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Department Intern/Assistant; Department Majors Committee; Admissions Student Interviewer; Random Acts of Kindness Club; Relay for Life; Floor Hockey; Ice Hockey

Internship Experiences: Intern, Shariah Capital, New York City

How has Dickinson prepared Nicholas for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Through my interdisciplinary studies and interactions with our diverse student body, I feel Dickinson has contributed to my personal growth as a well-rounded thinker,” Nicholas says.

Raymond Sellhausen

Hometown: Darien, Conn.
Major(s): international business & management
Employer: Société Générale

Raymond will work as an intern/analyst for financial services firm Société Générale in New York City.
Campus Activities and Engagement: French Club; Club Lacrosse

Internship Experiences: Vertical Research Partners, Stamford, Conn.; BrightLine TV, New York City

How has Dickinson prepared Raymond for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has helped me create a ‘brand’ of myself in a way I would not have been able to at many other schools,” Raymond explains. “Given that I am an international business & management major, I am proud of the background I have built regarding all things business. But more than that, Dickinson helped me foster interests in French, art and even film studies. Each of these interests were drawn out of me by devoted faculty that pushed me to see my true potential. The result has been the completion of a French minor and an independent study in art during my last semester at Dickinson.”

Samantha Bellissimo

Hometown: Riverside, Conn.
Major(s): English
Employer: IBM Watson

Samantha will work in communications for IBM Watson in Cambridge, Mass., as part of the Bluespark Program.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Belles Lettres Society; Learning Community; Portuguese Club; Dickinson Review; Dickinson Science Magazine; Dickinsonian

Nicholas Toole

Hometown: Brunswick, Maine
Major(s): political science
Employer: Pine Island Camp

Nicholas will coordinate the leadership training internship program at Pine Island Camp in Belgrade Lakes, Maine. He will be responsible for coordinating tasks and activities for four young men in the program, aiding the participants in planning activities for campers and helping maintain the camp’s infrastructure.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Relay for Life; Student Senate: Finance Committee, Public Relations; Pi Sigma Alpha; Student Worker; First-Year Student Mentor; Dickinson Dog House; Idea Fund; Octals; Dickinsonian; Order of the Scroll and Key

Internship Experiences:Intern, Freelance Journalist Jeff Weiss; Coordinator, Idea Fund

How has Dickinson prepared Nicholas for Life Beyond the Limestone? “The academic attributes that Dickinson has provided are clear; as a Dickinsonian I have become a more critical thinker, a more engaged listener, and I have become more interested and engaged in the processes of teaching and learning,” Nicholas explains. “As a person, however, I have become more confident, a better leader, and a more compassionate friend.”

What is Nicholas most anticipating about his post-graduation plans? “I plan to spend a year working for a local paper in Maine, then apply to graduate school for journalism,” Nicholas says.

Maurice Royce

Hometown: Centreville, Va.
Major(s): computer science
Employer: Zanbato, Inc.

Maurice will work as a software engineer for Zanbato, Inc., based in Mountain View, Calif.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Upsilon Pi Epsilon; Club Basketball; Club Soccer; Student Worker

Internship Experiences: Web Design Intern, Mind & Media Inc., Alexandria, Va.; Software Engineering Intern, Guidebook Inc., San Francisco; Web Development Intern, Dickinson College

How has Dickinson prepared Maurice for Life Beyond the Limestone? “My liberal arts education helped mold me into a person with a wide range of interests, talents and different ways of thinking and approaching problems,” Maurice says.

Grover (Nick) Bailey

Hometown:Waynesboro, Pa.
Major(s): international business & management
Employer: Pavone

Nick will work as a brand strategy intern at Pavone, a fully integrated advertising agency based in Harrisburg, Pa. He will work with the brand strategy team to develop solutions for clients’ marketing and communications needs, including market research, trend analysis and creative development.
Campus Activities and Engagement: The Peddler; Idea Fund; Liberty Cap Society; Tritons; Delta Sigma Phi; All-College Enrollment and Student Life Committee; Student Senate Cabinet; Senior Class Council; Social Justice House

Internship Experiences: Idea Fund, Carlisle, Pa.; Lamp Post Group, Chattanooga, Tenn.

How has Dickinson prepared Nick for Life Beyond the Limestone? “My involvement with the Peddler and the Idea Fund totally changed the trajectory of my life,” he says. “The Peddler challenged me to think about business, sales and the excitement of starting a business, which led me to the Idea Fund and entrepreneurship at Dickinson. I worked with Helen Takacs, associate professor of international business & management, to develop the social innovation and entrepreneurship certificate program, and I hope that future generations of Dickinsonians will continue to be passionate about problem-solving and building cool stuff for our community.”

Talya Auger

Hometown: Lee, N.H.
Major(s): women’s, gender & sexuality studies
Employer: Oyster River Middle School

Talya will work as a summer school classroom attendant at Oyster River Middle School in Durham, N.H. She will facilitate lessons, assist with activities and work with students.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Student Worker; Feminist Collective; Social Justice House; Spectrum; Idea Fund; Students for a Sensible Drug Policy; Women’s Retreat; Dickinsonian; Pride Coordinator, Office of LGBTQ Services

Internship Experiences: Intern, Dickinson Archives and LGBTQ Center of Central Pa. “I worked with both of these organizations to create a map documenting LGBTQIA+ historic sites throughout central Pennsylvania to be used in a grant from the National Parks Department,” she says.

How has Dickinson prepared Talya for Life Beyond the Limestone? “I have had a lot of experience working with student and faculty groups to create change at a student and administrative level at Dickinson,” Talya explains. “This has prepared me to bring my activist skills to future organizations.”

What are some of the defining moments of Talya’s Dickinson experience? “I enjoyed going abroad and getting to live in the Social Justice House,” Talya says.

Jared Warzala

Hometown: Somerset, N.J.
Major(s): economics; political science
Employer: FTI Consulting

Jared will work as a public-affairs generalist intern with strategic communication and public-affairs firm FTI Consulting in Washington. He will monitor media and work in strategic communications for corporations navigating federal, state and local regulations.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Learning Community; Mock Trial; Women’s and Gender Resource Center; Constitutional Affairs & Elections; Student Senate: Academic Affairs Committee, Cabinet, Community Relations, Finance Committee, Public Relations, Student Life Committee; Pi Sigma Alpha; Student Worker; College Democrats; Hillel; WDCV-FM; Kappa Sigma

Internship Experiences: Press Intern, Center for American Progress; Media Intern, Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee

How has Dickinson prepared Jared for Life Beyond the Limestone? “The liberal arts curriculum has allowed me to work across a broad range of fields and combine all aspects of my education,” Jared says.

What are some of the defining moments of Jared’s Dickinson experience? “Serving as a member of Student Senate cabinet. I felt I was able to fully represent my peers at the college,” Jared says.

Katherine Wenger

Hometown:Lenoir City, Tenn.
Major(s): psychology
Employer: Cornerstone of Recovery

Katherine will work as an assessment and orientation counselor for Cornerstone of Recovery in Louisville, Tenn. She will work with patients, administering and scoring assessments, conducting intake assessments and conducting family questionnaires.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Learning Community; Psychology Club; CommServ; Teaching Assistant; YWCA Homework Help; Delta Nu; Alpha Lambda Delta; Psi Chi

Internship Experiences: Intern, Cornerstone of Recovery, Louisville, Tenn.

How has Dickinson prepared Katherine for Life Beyond the Limestone? “I think that Dickinson has encouraged me to challenge myself and make strides towards personal and professional growth,” Katherine says. “The education I have received here will help me in my job, in graduate school and in the real world.”

What are some of the defining moments of Katherine’s Dickinson experience? “It’s hard to pick just a few, but certainly being asked to be a teacher’s assistant for psychology is a highlight, as well as the service learning project I did in one of my 400-level classes,” Katherine says. “I enjoyed being involved in Delta Nu and the friendships that has brought me, and I also enjoyed participating in service-oriented pursuits that allowed me to practice working with children and young adults.”

Anh (Phannette) Nguyen

Hometown: Hanoi, Vietman
Major(s): neuroscience
Employer: C2 Solutions

Anh will work as a medical scribe for C2 Solutions in Harrisburg, Pa.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Neuroscience Club; Pre-Health Society; Teaching Assistant; Union Philosophical Society; CommServ; Senior Companions; Alpha Lambda Delta; Resident Advisers; Feminist Collective; Ballroom Dance Club; Sustained Dialogue; Women’s Retreat; Microcosm

Internship Experiences: Claremont Nursing Home, Carlisle, Pa.

How has Dickinson prepared Anh for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Among the lifelong friends that I have made and people that have shaped my worldview, Dickinson taught me to ask questions, speak up, believe in myself and be open-minded and learn to see things from different perspectives,” says Anh.

What are some of the defining moments of Anh’s Dickinson experience? “The Posse Plus Retreat this year, where I was able to have conversations with people from a different race and background and learn about their stories,” says Anh. “Also, the women’s retreat in 2013, where I met my best friend and had a wonderful time making memories with other strong, independent, like-minded women my age.”

Di Yang

Hometown: Wuhan, China
Major(s): international studies
Employer: Works Applications

Di will work as a sales/marketing representative for Works Applications in Tokyo.
Campus Activities and Engagement: The Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues; College Choir; Teaching Assistant; The Norman M. Eberly Multilingual Writing Center; Tutor; Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Iota Rho; Chinese Students Scholar Association; Student Teaching; Student Worker; Amnesty International; Swing Dance Club

Internship Experiences: Executive Search Assistant Internship, HRnetOne, Tokyo; Camp Leader/Teacher, Peer Experience Exchanging Rostrum (PEER), China; Teacher/Coordinator, Peer Experience Exchanging Rostrum (PEER), China

How has Dickinson prepared Di for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson offered great study-abroad programs,” Di explains. “I spent one year studying in Japan and then took a gap year to continue studying and do an internship in Tokyo. This experience helped me achieve business-level Japanese language ability and get a job in a technological company in Japan.”

Zachary McMullen

Hometown: Newburg, Pa.
Major(s): policy management
Employer: PitchBook Data

Zachary will work in New York City in business development for financial services research company PitchBook Data.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Club Basketball; Football

Internship Experiences: Intern, Morgan Stanley, Harrisburg, Pa.; Intern, Diamond6 Leadership & Strategy, Carlisle, Pa.; Research Assistant, Dickinson College

How has Dickinson prepared Zachary for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has given me the tools necessary to pursue a career in the financial capital of the world,” Zachary says.

What are some of the defining moments of Zachary’s Dickinson experience? “Dickinson has given me the ability to connect with many like-minded individuals at networking events such as, Career Connections NYC and Washington D.C.,” Zachary explains. “Interning for a professor was an experience that is unique to Dickinson. The school prepares us for a successful future by putting us in situations to succeed. You just have to take the initiative to make it happen. Lastly, in November of my senior year, I represented Dickinson at the 67th Student Conference on U.S. Affairs at West Point. It was an incredible experience, and I had the opportunity to collaborate with students and professors from other highly selective colleges. The conference gave me the opportunity to gain a new appreciation for the unique perspective that we develop here at Dickinson.”

Xueyin Zha

Hometown: Guangdong, China
Major(s): sociology; history
Employer: Hudson Legal Group

Xueyin will work as a paralegal and Chinese translator in immigration law for Hudson Legal Group in Ann Arbor, Mich.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet; Dana Intern; Department Majors Committee; French Club; German Club; The Norman M. Eberly Multilingual Writing Center; Academic Disabilities Proctor; C.A.R.E.S.; CommServ; Phi Alpha Theta; Wheel & Chain; Language Tables; Social Justice House; Women’s Retreat

How has Dickinson prepared Xueyin for Life Beyond the Limestone? “I have accumulated a strong and diverse skill set that has made me a very strong candidate for the job,” Xueyin says.
Howard Keenan

Howard Keenan

Hometown: Long Island City, N.Y.
Major(s): law & policy
Employer: Gerson Lehrman Group

Howard will work as an analyst in Gerson Lehrman Group’s law firms division, based in New York City. He will conduct research for the country’s top law firms, sourcing expert witnesses and working with the sales team to acquire new clients.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Bonner Leaders; Relay for Life; All-College Enrollment and Student Life Committee; Class Council; Student Senate; Student Senate Public Relations; Scroll and Key; Dickinson Israel Group; Jewish Life House; Middle Eastern Club; College Republicans; Public Affairs Symposium; Achim; Hillel; Octals

Internship Experiences: Zype, New York City

How has Dickinson prepared Howard for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has given me the tools to apply my diverse background in the workplace,” he says. “I spent a year abroad, which is something that I consider one of the most unique aspects of my resume. I also took full advantage of extracurricular opportunities during my four years, which not only benefited my social life, but gave me leadership skills that I know will be useful in the future.”

Bryn Nolan

Hometown: Burlington, Vt.
Major(s): sociology
Employer: Special Olympics International

Bryn will work as an administrative assistant in global development and government relations for Special Olympics International in Washington.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Department Intern/Assistant; Department Majors Committee; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Club Lacrosse; Soccer Club; Sports Club Council; Idea Fund

Braeden Kelly

Hometown: Brookeville, Md.
Major(s): psychology
Employer: Brimley Group

Braeden will intern for Jessica Nickel, founding principal of Washington-based Brimley Group, a government affairs firm. He will work on public communications and social media, advocating for substance abuse policies.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Club Lacrosse; Club Soccer; Men’s Soccer

Internship Experiences: Title, Organization, Location

How has Dickinson prepared Braeden for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has provided me with a well-rounded education, as well as communications and time-management skills,” he says.

Austin High

Hometown: Wilmington, Del.
Major(s): international business & management
Employer: CoStar Group

Austin will work as a territory representative in the Washington area for CoStar Group, a commercial real estate information and marketing firm.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Relay for Life; Phi Delta Theta; Club Basketball; Football

Internship Experiences: Leasing consultant, Paradigm Companies, Arlington, Va.

How has Dickinson prepared Austin for Life Beyond the Limestone? “I’ve learned to accept others’ ideas and perspectives,” he says. “I have learned a lot from accepting these differences.”

Jessica Herrmann

Hometown: Paramus, N.J.
Major(s): history
Employer: Repair the World

Jessica will be a fellow with the nonprofit Repair the World in Philadelphia. Her 11-month fellowship will engage and challenge the Jewish community to address social justice issues through volunteering. Jessica will recruit, train and serve alongside volunteers to bring about community change around education justice and food justice.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Senior Gift Drive; Student Devils’ Advocate; CommServ; Senior Companions; Floor Hockey; Jewish Life House; Student Worker; Hillel; Kosher Cooking Club; The Handlebar

Internship Experiences: The Historic Village at Allaire, Wall Township, N.J.; The Jewish Heritage Museum of Monmouth County, Freehold, N.J.

How has Dickinson prepared Jessica for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson gave me the ability to grow into a strong leader,” she explains. “This came from the classroom and from clubs where Dickinson values were the foundation.”
Michaela Shaw

Michaela Shaw

Hometown: Pottstown, Pa.
Major(s): international business & management
Employer: GreenCircle Certified, LLC

Michaela will be a marketing and project support intern with GreenCircle Certified, LLC, in Royersford, Pa. The company provides third-party certification of environmental claims.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Center for Sustainable Living; Department Intern/Assistant; Dickinson College Organic Farm; Alpha Lambda Delta; Rock Wall; Feminist Collective; Earth NOW; Students Interested in Sustainable Agriculture; Dickinson Science Magazine; Dickinsonian

Internship Experiences: Sustainability Intern, Dickinson College Dining Services; Communications Intern, Rodale Institute, Kutztown, Pa.

How has Dickinson prepared Michaela for Life Beyond the Limestone? “I have been able to be involved in a wide array of academic and extracurricular experiences, uniquely preparing me for a diverse scope of career opportunities involving business, marketing, sustainability and publishing,” she says.

Michael Galamba

Hometown: Pottstown, Pa.
Major(s): classical studies, archaeology
Employer: Rocky Mountain Reparatory Theatre

Michael will work as a master electrician at the Rocky Mountain Reparatory Theatre in Grand Lake, Colo., where he will be in charge of keeping lighting instruments organized and in good, working order. He will also hang cable and focus lights and work closely with the lighting designer to ensure efficient use of resources and time.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Archaeology Club; College Choir; Dance Theatre Group; Dickinson Collegium; Freshman Plays; Italian Club; Mermaid Players; Eta Sigma Phi; Spectrum; Arts Collective; Chimaera Club; Gaming Club

How has Dickinson prepared Michael for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has helped me with my organizational skills and tolerance of ideas,” he says. “I have come to appreciate the insight of all people, and I am able to objectively learn from each person.”

What are some of the defining moments of Michael’s Dickinson experience? “We are all defined by every moment in our lives, so here are just a few that immediately come to mind: Every time the lights went up on a show at Dickinson, whether I was working offstage or acting onstage, spinning raw wool into thread for a Roman history course; creating a leather mask in the style of comedia dell’arte; relaxing on the quads while my friends play music; and the ‘smash’ tournament at gaming club,” he says.

Michael Muehlberger

Hometown: Willow Grove, Pa.
Major(s): biology
Employer: The Walt Disney Company

Michael will work as a conservation education presenter at Disney’s Animal Kingdom in Orlando, Fla. He will teach guests about animals in the park and inform them about the conservation steps they can take to help save these animals.
Campus Activities and Engagement: College Choir; Residence Hall Councils; Student Worker; Substance-Free Living Community

Internship Experiences: Environmental Education and Animal Behavior Internship, Philadelphia Zoo; Animal Care Internship, Philadelphia Zoo; Disney College Program, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Fla.

How has Dickinson prepared Michael for Life Beyond the Limestone? “My various field biology courses have given me the skills and knowledge to be able to go out and educate others about conservation and animals,” he explains. “Every class at Dickinson is connected in some way, and I feel like each class I took has helped shape me and ultimately learn how to go out and teach others. I'm able to utilize skills from every class in my future pursuits.”

What are some of the defining moments of Michael’s Dickinson experience? “Some of my defining moments were learning how to properly identify various animal and plant species in the area; learning how to create study specimens (particularly through the use of Dermestid Beetle cleaning); learning how to play the violin; and being able to hold conversations in French,” he says.
Elizabeth Plascencia

Elizabeth Plascencia

Hometown: Granada Hills, Calif.
Major(s): earth sciences
Employer: Arid Lands Institute

Elizabeth has taken a position as a research fellowship with Arid Lands Institute, an education, outreach and applied-research center that aims to train designers and citizens to innovate in response to hydrologic variability brought on by climate change. She will work on water-smart communications, community engagement and map-making in Los Angeles.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Baird Honors Colloquium; Baird Sustainability Fellows; earth science department intern; Geological Society; Geology Club; Housing Eco/Sustainability Reps; Social Justice House; Spectrum; The Center of Sustainability Education (CSE); The Peddler; WDCV-FM

Internship Experiences: Communications and media intern, Center for Sustainability Education (CSE); NSF-STEP (National Science Foundation-Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Talent Expansion Program) research fellow, British Columbia, Canada, and Iceland

How has Dickinson prepared Elizabeth for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has provided me with an invaluable liberal arts education,” she says. “Even though I studied the earth sciences, I see the world through an interdisciplinary lens thanks to my education here.”

What are some of the defining moments of Elizabeth’s Dickinson experience? “I attended the 20th Conference of the Parties (COP20) under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Lima, Peru, as a result of the 2014-2015 Global Climate Change Mosaic at Dickinson,” she says. “Attending this conference, in addition to taking a multitude of climate change governance and science courses, culminated in a research project that allowed me to merge my two passions of science and communications.”

What is Elizabeth most anticipating about her post-graduation plans? “I am eager to engage in tangible work in my home community of Los Angeles pertaining to climate change education and outreach,” she says.
Emily Kaplita

Emily Kaplita

Hometown: Southbury, Conn.
Major(s): biology
Employer: Audubon

Emily will work as an environmental educator for Audubon. She will be stationed in Huntington, Vt., where she will design and execute environmentally based curriculum for summer campers. Audubon works to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds and other wildlife.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Biology Club; Center for Sustainable Living; College Choir; Dickinson College Organic Farm; Ecology Club; Student-Faculty Research; Teaching Assistant; Student Devils’ Advocate; Phoenix; Rock Wall; Ski Club; Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring (ALLARM); Special Interest Housing

Internship Experiences: Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring (ALLARM), Carlisle, Pa.

How has Dickinson prepared Emily for Life Beyond the Limestone? Dickinson have given me so many opportunities through my four years,” Emily explains. “For three years, I have been able to perform research with Associate Professor of Biology Scott Boback, which has given me research experience and tools I plan to use in the future. I have also worked for the Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring (ALLARM) for three years. Working for such an amazing organization has allowed me to grow as a communicator and also has allowed me to put the knowledge I have gained from class to practical use. ALLARM opened my mind to the environmental science world and let me understand that having so many interests is OK, and I can join many of them together. Doing research showed me that my true passion in biology was in ecology and field work.”

Leonard Bacon-Shone

Hometown: Hong Kong
Major(s): computer science
Employer: Mycenaean Foundation Melathron Center

Leonard will work as a system administrator for the Melathron Center at Mycenae in Greece. The center serves as a base of operations for the archaeologists and students of the Mycenae excavation team, and as an archaeology research center for Greek and foreign scholars. It is affiliated with Dickinson and serves as a facility for the Archaeology Department’s Dickinson Excavation Project & Archaeological Survey at Mycenae.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Computer Science/Math Society; Physics Club; Tutor; Union Philosophical Society; Student Worker; LGBTQ; Anime Club; Gaming Club; Dickinsonian

Internship Experiences: Cybersecurity researcher, Hong Kong Royal Police Force; Research Assistant, Centre for Information Security and Cryptography

How has Dickinson prepared Leonard for Life Beyond the Limestone? “My computer science classes have been a great help in teaching me the necessary skills for furthering my career in the field,” he says. “And meeting all the people here has improved my social skills and understanding of American culture.”
Michele Metcalf

Michele Metcalf

Hometown: Huntington Beach, Calif.
Major(s): sociology; international studies
Employer: Grassroots Campaigns, Inc.

Michele will be an assistant campaign director at Grassroots Campaigns, Inc. in Washington. The firm will work for the Democratic National Committee after the party selects its presidential nominee in July. Michele will train canvassers on fundraising strategy and manage the Washington office’s budget and payroll, in addition to recruitment and hiring. While she’s working, Michele will also attend American University for a master’s degree in public administration and policy.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Department Majors Committee; Learning Community; Student-Faculty Research; Public Safety Advisory Board; Senior Gift Drive; YWCA Homework Help; YWCA Rape Advocacy Program; All-College Enrollment and Student Life Committee; All-College Planning & Budget Committee; All-College Student Affairs Committee; Class Council; Constitutional Affairs & Elections; Student Senate; Student Senate Cabinet; Student Senate Community Relations; Student Senate Public Relations; Student Senate Student Life Committee; Kappa Alpha Theta; Ultimate Frisbee; College Democrats; Junior Class Council; Students for Social Action; Students Interested in Sustainable Agriculture

Internship Experiences: Research Assistant, Dickinson College Carlisle Indian School Digitization Project; Political Affairs Intern, The Borgen Project (Global Poverty Alleviation Campaign); Community Outreach Specialist, Hands For Africa

How has Dickinson prepared Michele for Life Beyond the Limestone? “My courses at Dickinson have taught me to think critically about real-world issues and sharpened my writing skills, both of which are invaluable in the workplace,” she says.
Sara Pattiz

Sara Pattiz

Hometown: Scarsdale, N.Y.
Major(s): art & art history
Employer Name: American Folk Art Museum

Sara will work as a development and membership associate at the American Folk Art Museum in New York City.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Kappa Alpha Theta; Trout Gallery Outreach Program; Admissions Student Interviewer; Liberty Cap Society; Senior Gift Drive; U-Turn All-Campus Yard Sale; Alpha Lambda Delta; Peer Assistant Learning About Sex; College Democrats; Hillel

Internship Experiences: Development intern, American Folk Art Museum, New York City; Gallery intern, Brian Morris Gallery, New York City; Education intern, Katonah Museum of Art, New York City; Intern, Trout Gallery

What are some of the defining moments of Sara’s Dickinson experience? “Studying abroad in Norwich, England for a full year participating in the Dickinson Humanities Program. There, I was able to take classes within my major, yet more specific to my museum studies concentration. In addition to my studies, I became a more independent, adventurous person, and returned to Dickinson this year with a brand new energy. Aside from my study-abroad experience, my major has allowed me to experiment with art handling, intern for our on campus gallery and take unique classes,” she says.
Micah Corso-Phinney

Micah Corso-Phinney

Hometown: Mansfield, Ohio
Major(s): art & art history
Employer Name: SITE Program Lombardia

Micah will be a teaching assistant with SITE Program Lombardia, where he will teach English to Italian high-school students in Milan, Italy.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Italian Club; Tutor; Keystones of Dickinson College; Language Tables; Student Worker; Peer Academic Advising; Resident Advisers; LGBTQ; Spectrum; Idea Fund; Third Degree Steppers; WDCV-FM

How has Dickinson prepared Micah for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has provided me with an education that will be applicable in many professions. It's also given me various skills,” he says. “The most important outcomes have been the lasting relationships formed with professors and the global experiences.”

Michael Lenker

Hometown: Sparta, N.J.
Major(s): international business & management
Employer Name: Capital One

Michael will join Capital One as a commercial business risk associate based in Fairfield, N.J. and New York City. “I will analyze information pertaining to the processes of different lines of business to determine the company’s risk exposure,” he says.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Beta Delta; Men’s Swimming
Mamadou Balde

Mamadou Balde

Hometown: Corona, N.Y.
Major(s): computer science; economics
Employer Name: Capital One

Mamadou will be joining Capital One as a software engineer in its Technology Development Program in Richmond, Va.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Computer Science/Math Society; Department Majors Committee; French Club; Teaching Assistant; The Writing Center; Community Advisor; Serve the World – Service Trips; Alpha Lambda Delta; Omicron Delta Kappa; Scroll and Key; Upsilon Pi Epsilon; Resident Advisers; Muslim Student Association

Internship Experiences: Intern, Viacom’s Global Operations Team for Nickelodeon, New York City

How has Dickinson prepared Mamadou for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has provided me with the resources and tools to be able to solve problems. The range of courses that the school offers has allowed me to learn and expand my thinking process into different disciplines,” he says.

Casey Cliff

Hometown: Granville, Ohio
Major(s): international business & management
Employer: Cardinal Health

Casey will work for Cardinal Health in Dublin, Ohio. She will be a senior analyst in the Emerge IT program. This program requires three rotations where Casey will couple technical and business skills with an emphasis in leadership. “With each of these rotations I will gain a broad set of skills and better understanding of the company overall in the pharmaceutical and medical business,” she explains.
Campus Activities and Engagement: Portuguese Club; Spanish Club; The Norman M. Eberly Multilingual Writing Center; Sigma Delta Pi; Soccer Club; Language Tables; Romance Language House

Internship Experiences: Intern, Atlantic Oceanside Hotel, Bar Harbor, Maine

How has Dickinson prepared Casey for Life Beyond the Limestone? “Dickinson has allowed me to learn how to think critically by adapting to new environments on and off campus,” she says. “The ability to take classes in multiple fields has added to this ability to adapt and has given me skills in a variety of areas of study. The draw of Dickinson for me was its global mindset, and I feel confident that my mind has been expanded to think more globally.”