Our graduates make their mark not only through career achievements, but also their meaningful impact on civic life, their communities, and the world. Learn more about some of the different paths that recent graduates have taken:

Careers & Public Service

  • Alyssa DiGeronimo ’12, legal project assistant, Squire Sanders LLP
  • Greg Petsche ’13 Recieved a leadership position at GE
  • NicoleRushel ’06 Accepted an internship
  • Sean Webster ’11, fiscal officer, Cuyahoga County Board of Elections
  • Nicholas Clegg ’12, 2nd Lieutenant, U.S. Army
  • Ryan Tipping ’10 – 27 months of service in Madagascar with the Peace Corps
  • Matthew Wooters ’09 – two years of service in Punta Gorda, Belize, with Jesuit Volunteers International
  • Rita Rochford ’12, Teach for America, Kansas City, Missouri
  • Maggie Henderson ’11, instructor, Beihua University (Jilin City, China), with Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers

Law School

  • Andrea Capasso ’10 – Duquesne University School of Law
  • Joshua Marcin ’09 – Harvard Law School
  • Jonathan Ross ’11, University of Pittsburgh School of Law
  • Sonya Dabrowny ’11, Florida Coastal School of Law
  • Colin Beisel ’11, University of Akron School of Law

Graduate School

  • Fade Eadeh ’08 – Washington University in Saint Louis – Ph.D in Social Psychology
  • Taneisha Means ’09 – Duke University – Ph.D. in Political Science
  • Caitlin Huey-Burns ’09 – Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. – Master’s in Journalism
  • Matthew Greene ’11 – New York University – Master’s in Near Eastern Studies
  • Dany Diaz Mejia ’11 – Heinz PPIA Fellow, Carnegie Mellon University, Master of Public Administration, commencement speaker for Heniz College