Mary (Annie) McAuliffe
Denison Graduation Year: Class of 2016
Denison Majors: English (Literature); Spanish
Graduate Degree Type: Master of Science in Education – Secondary Education from Saint Joseph’s University, Class of 2019
Contact Me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Describe the process you went through while selecting your graduate school and career pathway: what impacted your decision?
Kristina Wright ’18
Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.
My name is Kristina Wright. I am senior Anthropology/Sociology major and Psychology minor. On campus I am the president of Big Brothers Big Sisters, a member of SHARE, a research assistant in the Psychology department, and I work for a legal aid office in Newark. This summer I had the amazing opportunity to work with the Smithsonian Institution in Washington D.C.
Julia Tallant ’20
Intern, FairMail, Huanchaco, Peru
I am Julia Tallant, and I am a sophomore Studio Art and Spanish double major. This past summer I was lucky enough to be able to intern with a fair trade photography company in Huanchaco, Peru, where I spent about 3.5 months living and working.
The basis of the company I interned for (FairMail) was to provide underprivileged Peruvian teenagers with DSLR cameras and to train them to take photos for greeting cards, and the teenagers receive 60% of the profits to use for their education, housing, and healthcare.
Mike Angelo ’19
Summer Completion Coach, College Forward, Austin, Texas
My name is Mike Angelo, I am a junior Environmental Studies major with an Educational Studies minor. This summer I had the privilege of serving as a Summer Completion Coach at College Forward in Austin, TX.
College Forward is a non-profit college access organization that serves students across Texas in an access program and across the country in a persistence program.