Where They’re Headed: Oscar Wang ’14

Where They’re Headed: Oscar Wang ’14

Oscar Wang ’14 is now the executive director of Mentor for Philly (MFP), a program he started last year that recruits Philadelphia-area college students to mentor high schoolers as they prepare for post-secondary study. The program stresses whole-school involvement,...
Where They’re Headed: Carson Wills ’14

Where They’re Headed: Carson Wills ’14

If you’re looking for Carson Wills ’14 in the next eight years, you’ll likely find her in Hershey, Pa. This summer, Wills begins her studies at Penn State College of Medicine, to earn both her M.D. and her Ph.D. The combined program is designed for scientists...
Where They’re Headed: Kelsey Bilek ’13

Where They’re Headed: Kelsey Bilek ’13

Since mid-June, anthropology major Kelsey Bilek ’13 has been working as an education advisor with Taurus Education in Shanghai, China. Taurus Education advises and assists Chinese high school students, preparing them to attend American colleges and universities....
Where They’re Headed: Hannah Davis ’13

Where They’re Headed: Hannah Davis ’13

This coming school year, anthropology major Hannah Davis ’13 will begin working at the American International School of Salzburg in Austria, as a resident assistant. Her responsibilities, reports Davis, will include “living in the dorms, helping run study hall,...
Where They’re Headed: Elizabeth Douglas ’13

Where They’re Headed: Elizabeth Douglas ’13

Starting in August, history major Elizabeth Douglas ’13 will work for Match Corps, which runs Boston-area charter schools that prepare low-income students to attend four-year colleges. “My primary role will be to work as a tutor with at least four middle school...