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Our graduates are tackling the big questions and helpings communities far and wide. At the end of your time with us, you'll be an effective writer, an analytical thinker, a creative problem solver, and fluent in world cultures -- all invaluable and transferrable skills in today's job market. Here's where some of our alumnae/i are going and how their RCAH education prepared them to take on the world's challenges.
Lansing, Michigan United States
Food Programs Manager at the Food Bank Council of Michigan
St. Louis, Missouri United States
Reporting Fellow covering race, diversity and culture for St. Louis Public Radio
Madison, Wisconsin United States
Graduate Assistant and PhD student in Psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
Preparing to move to Ireland to be an au pair for a year. Previously worked at KinderCare Learning Center in East Lansing, Michigan.
New York City, New York United States
Completing Masters in Social Work from Columbia University.
Members of the Class of 2012 are pursuing jobs and internships with a range of nonprofit and public sector programs, including Teach for America, AmeriCorps, the Michigan College Access Network (MCAN), the Smithsonian Institution, the Baltimore City Teaching Residency, and Avodah Jewish Service Corps. One graduate is a Fulbright scholar who will be teaching English in Austria, and others are pursuing advanced degrees at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, the University of Tennessee, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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Examples of nonprofit and public sector programs in which our graduates are involved:
Some of our graduates stay in Michigan and are working with the following organizations: