What Are Recent Grads Up To?
Joel Minor graduated from Colorado College in 2011 with a degree in Environmental Science and Policy. What did he do upon graduation? Well, in his own words, "I had gotten into Stanford Law, so I decided to go."
Jump to a year:
|For Angela Cobian '11, "accomplishing the impossible in a short amount of time" is just another benefit of a Block Plan education.|
|Caroline Janeway '11, who studied neuroscience and dance at CC, says, "The doctors I work with now almost exclusively hire liberal arts graduates because we are deeply passionate about our work."|
|Catherine Belton '11 is using her biology major and studio art/art history minor to restore art. She says, "Restoring art requires heavy chemistry to understand materials, art history to appreciate the periods of the pieces you handle, and studio art to execute hands-on restoration techniques."|
|Maisie Richards '11 works in Denali National Park as a physical science technician. In her words, the Block Plan "teaches you to switch effortlessly from one interest to another."|
|Maxime Robillard '11 works for an experiential marketing and creative consulting company. "I feel well rounded, honestly, and confident that I could go in many directions."|
|Courtney Rose Harris '10 is a new media campaign manager at SEIU, where her real-world CC education helps her in a job focused on "fighting for equality and ensuring that all working people can live with dignity."|
|Virginia Leise '10 is the co-founder of the sketch comedy group ThreeGForce, and says about her future aspirations, "I add something new to that list everyday."|
|Billy Blaustein '09 works as associate consultant with The Boston Consulting Group. "The intensity of the Block Plan has been particularly valuable for me as a consultant."|
|Adam Kretz '08 is also studying at Stanford Law School. "Being a lawyer is much, much easier after studying on the Block Plan," he says.|
|Since CC, Sierra Fleenor '08 has graduated divinity school and begun work on her second novel. "The value of my degree is far beyond description," she says.|