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What Are Our Graduates Doing Now?




Rachel Wimbish
Amy King
 

Rachel Schmidt (BA '11). During the summer of 2011, she had the opportunity to intern with Senator John Barrasso in Washington D.C. before beginning graduate school. She is currently pursuing her master’s degree in International Development hoping to work in the non-profit or public sector.

 

Amy King (BA '11) will pursue a Masters degree in International Public Health at Oregon State University.

 

 

 

Danielle Jensen Jahna Locke

 

Danielle Jensen (BA '09) is in the Masters Program in Anthropology at UW. She plans to eventually attend law school and specialize in indigenous law.

 

 

Jahna Locke (BA '09) received a Fulbright Fellowship for 2009/2010. She was an English Teaching Assistant in Madrid, Spain. Jahna will attend graduate school in Fall 2010.

 

Jamie Wolf Kelsey Day

 

Jamie Wolf (BA ‘09) is the Outreach Coordinator for the Wyoming Outdoor Council. Jamie focused on International Development and the Global Environment and received a concurrent degree in Environment and Natural Resources.

 

 

Kelsey Day (BA '09) was selected for the Teach for America Program and teaches in Brownsville, TX. Teach for America is the national corps of outstanding college graduates and professionals who commit two years to teach in rural public schools.

 

James Ward Dale Novotny

James Ward (BA '09) interned Senator Mike Enzi's office in Washington D.C. during his senior year and was hired as a staff assistant.

 

 

 

Dale Novotony (BA '09) interned with the Foreign Agricultural Service in Seoul, Korea after graduating. He also interned as Agricultural Assistant for the Trailblazer Foundation, an NGO working in Cambodia. He plans on attending graduate school.

 

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Assistant Arms, Ammunition and Explosives Officer at the Marine Corps Security Forces Battalion

After graduation, Susannah Tobey (BA' 09), took a position as a Logistics Specialist for the Department of the Army, first at Ft. Lee, VA and then the Tank, Automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM) in Detroit, MI. She then transferred to the Department of the Navy, where she worked as a civilian for the Strategic Weapons Facility Pacific (SWFPAC), located at Naval Base Kitsap in Bangor, WA. In her latest position she assists the AA&E Officer in providing policy, guidance and oversight on the physical security and safety of the weapons and ammunition programs for MCSFBn in accordance with Marine Corps, DON and DOD policies and regulations.

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