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Foxfire Buck ’12
Foxfire Buck ’12 Joins Teach for America

There is perhaps no greater evidence of the transformative power of education than the moment when a recent college graduate moves from the pupil’s desk to the front of the classroom. These newly minted teachers are the front lines in the battle to provide education for every American child, regardless of geographic location or family income.  Foxfire Buck '12 is one such new teacher.  More ...

Bonnie Wertheim '14
Wertheim ’14 Interns with Industry’s Largest Music Producer

In the current job market, summer internships are becoming harder and harder to come by, but this did not stop Bonnie Wertheim ’14 from securing two internships this summer in the competitive field of entertainment media. Wertheim is spending the summer splitting her time between VICE Media, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and Universal Republic Records, in New York City.  More ...

Lauren Magaziner '12
Lauren Magaziner '12 Awarded Book Contract With Penguin

Taking the advice A.G. Lafley '69 offered in his Commencement address on May 20, members of the Class of 2012 are starting to "make things happen." In a series of articles that will appear on this website over the summer months, we'll feature 10 newly-minted Hamilton graduates who are preparing to make their mark by advancing their education or beginning a job.   More ...

Mary Evans '82
MSNBC Quotes Evans '82 on Job Market Competition

MSNBC.com quoted Interim Executive Director of Career Center Mary Evans '82 in an article titled “Biggest mistakes made by job-hunting grads” published on May 23 on its LifeInc. - The Economy and You site. Evans stressed how important it is for liberal arts graduates to be able to differentiate themselves in the marketplace.  More ...

HamiltonExplore Opens Door to Career Possibilities

Although college seniors are likely the group most focused on obtaining a job, Hamilton’s Career Center has programs in place that help guide underclassmen to those careers. One example is HamiltonExplore, a career shadowing program designed to assist sophomore students with career exploration and decision making by offering the opportunity to “shadow”  a Hamilton alumnus/a or parent in the workplace for a day or part of a day.  More ...

A.G. Lafley '69, former chairman, president and CEO at Procter & Gamble, addresses conference attendees, while Andy Chan, vice president for personal and career development at Wake Forest University, looks on.
Trustee Chair Delivers Keynote at Career Conference

 A.G. Lafley, former president, CEO and board chair of the Procter & Gamble Company, delivered one of two keynote addresses at the “Rethinking Success: From the Liberal Arts to Careers in the 21st Century” conference held April 11-13 at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, N.C.  More ...

Levitt Leaders - Washington, D.C.
Levitt Leaders Go to Washington

Participants in the first Levitt Leadership Institute cohort headed to Washington, D.C. for the  second phase of the program during spring break. Led by Prudence Bushnell, former U.S. Ambassador to Kenya and Guatemala, the group continued their focus on the study of leadership, a program that was enhanced by daily meetings with Washington leaders. Funding for the entire program was provided by Arthur Levitt Jr.  More ...

A.G. Lafley '69
National News Applauds Two 2012 Honorary Degree Recipients

Commencement speaker A.G. Lafley '69, Hamilton’s Board of Trustees chair and former Procter & Gamble chairman and  CEO, was interviewed by Adweek along with his six fellow Advertising Hall of Fame 2012 inductees in a March 18 article, "What Makes a Legend Tick?" The New York Times Sunday Book Review included a favorable review of a new book, Coral Glynn, by 2012 honorary degree recipient Peter Cameron '82, on the same day.  More ...

The Career Center in Bristol.
English, Creative Writing, Comp. Lit. Alumni Describe Career Paths

Some in the media would have their audiences believe that a major in English, creative writing or comparative literature may render a college grad unemployable. As was evidenced  in a discussion with recent graduates on Feb. 24, that perspective is quite off the mark.  More ...

Kevin Rowe '10 Departs from the Familiar through Watson Fellowship

There are countless scholarships, fellowships, prizes, and grants for people who are already good at things to become even better at those same things. The Thomas J. Watson Fellowship is not one of them. On the contrary, the Watson Fellowship provides the license to spend an entire year in unfamiliar places with complete strangers making mistakes and being bad at things.  More ...

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