Taylor Curley will be a corps member for Teach for America teaching third grade at a new charter school in New Orleans. It is a two year commitment after which she hopes to pursue a career in higher education or education policy.
Benjamin Zepnick will attend Touro Law School.
Reed Miller will be joining the Business Sales Leadership Development Program at AT&T. Following a five month business to business training program he will be an Account Executive for the AT&T team.
Anthony Palmer received the James A. Finnegan Foundation Fellowship and will serve as an intern in the Governor's Innovation Office this summer. In August, he will begin his studies full time at Georgetown Law School, pursuing a J.D.
Lauren Dunne will be working at CoStar Group in Washington, D.C.
Joshua Mead will be continuing his education at Rider University in order to obtain a Masters degree in Accounting.
Brencis Navia will be working as a regional consultant at Lord Abbett &Co. In Jersey City, NJ. His plan is to work there for 2-3 years then go off to law school.
Tim Bitler will be attending Villanova School of Law.
Mary-Beth Kinchen will be teaching with Teach For America in Arkansas for 2 years. Afterwards, she will apply to law school.
Christopher Nolan has accepted a position in AT&T's Business Sales Leadership Development School in Atlanta, Georgia and will be moving there in October.
Phellix Rodriguez will join Teach for America in Miami.
Ben Streeter has a job in the private sector.
Kara Meringolo will be working with Deloitte Consulting in New York.
Mary-Elizabeth Tucker is deciding between research assistance at CoStar or part of the business sales leadership development program in Atlanta for AT&T.