Chris Dolci, ’12, credits a unique major and diverse internships with helping him land a job with JPMorgan Chase. He knows it will be a challenge because of the company’s recent troubles, but he is ready to face the challenge head-on.
An internship and a double major in leadership studies and business administration helped Conor Flanagan, ’12, land a job as a brand analyst with a Fortune 500 company.
Pursuing her passion for wildlife and conservation, Laly Lichtenfeld, ’96 co-founded the African People & Wildlife Fund and works on the Maasai Steppe in Tanzania. Today, together with her husband Charles Trout, she resolves conflict between people and wildlife.
When Jack Wisnefske, '12, heard that Deloitte Consulting was recruiting on campus for a federal analyst position in strategy and operations, he saw a great opportunity to connect his past experience with government organizations to a future career in federal consulting.
Her senior thesis combined experiences in Africa with research about Eastern Asia, and unexpectedly brought Catherine McGanity, ’10, to Istanbul.
A medical humanities class helped Christina Vivelo, ’12, discover how combining a love of science with a career in public health would enable her to have a widespread impact on health systems.
Heather Thornton, ’12, immersed herself in the international opportunities available at Richmond — ultimately leading her to win a Rangel Fellowship.
The Urban Crisis in America living-learning community inspired Shanelle Bobb, ’12, to apply for Teach for America and pursue a career in education reform.
Mentoring experiences and an interdisciplinary major helped prepare Dwayne Foster, ’12, for a consulting internship that opened up his career path.
Student’s work in the community upholds Filipino values emphasizing education and the importance of giving back.