Join a group of students who want to make a difference in local, state, and global communities.
While students in this pathway may pursue careers in the for-profit or nonprofit realm, the focus is on the use of institutions and systems to advance education and support justice in a range of settings. In this pathway, careers like teacher, lawyer, policy analyst, or program director are a tiny sampling of the options you can explore. You may choose to convert your interests into a career or to endeavors outside work.
Associate Professor and Chair of Religion Ben Zeller spent a week in June attending the Summer Institute on Objects, Places, and the Digital Humanities at the National Humanities Center.
Lake Forest College teacher candidates passed the national Teacher Performance Assessment (edTPA) with flying colors, scoring an average 49.3 points, well above the passing score of 35 set by the state of Illinois.
While philosophy never interested this future teacher before, Nina Codell ’20 has found her niche with philosopher Thomas Hobbes and his connection to a particular historical era she also enjoyed in her literary studies.