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.
When City Manager Bob Kiely ’79 decided to work a conversation about changing generational needs into the City of Lake Forest’s strategic plan, he approached the College for help.
Liz Birnbaum ’08 was featured in a GoodTimes article about her fascinating take on history and food.