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Career Opportunities page.
The list below highlights what some
members of recent graduating classes have accomplished
after receiving their B.A. in political science from MUW.
- a veteran volunteer on
congressional and presidential campaigns who now works
in a district office of a Mississippi congressman.
- a graduate student
working toward her PhD in political science at Indiana
University (Bloomington, IN). Her research specialty is
comparative political behavior.
- the Committee Coordinator for the
Minneapolis (MN) City Council.
paralegal for a New Orleans law firm specializing in
- an activist who works as a
Clinical Research Associate for Radiation Oncology at the Siteman Cancer
Center, part of the Washington University (St. Louis)
hospital. She volunteers with a sexual assault response
team as well.
- a program liaison with the
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's School and Youth Program
(based in Portsmouth, VA).
- a student at the University of
Mississippi law school.
- a writer who received a Master's
in English from the University of Alabama. While there
she completed an internship with an organization that
redesigned and expanded the website for the Federal
news producer for WCBI-TV in Columbus who then moved to a
similar position with the FOX affiliate in Birmingham, AL.
- a member of the U.S. Air National
Guard who worked at Space Command
(Camp Peterson, CO) and is now an intelligence analyst at NORAD (Boulder, CO).
legislative and communications staffer for Mississippi
Governor Ronnie Musgrove. She is currently working toward a
Master's degree in organizational and corporate communication at
Emerson College (Boston).
- a grant writer for the Eastern
Plains Council of Governments (New Mexico) before
returning to work for Columbus' city attorney.
- an attorney who received her J.D.
from Seton Hall University (New Jersey). While working
toward her law degree, she interned for the
International Criminal Court and traveled to Arusha,
Tanzania to intern for the United Nations war crimes
tribunal on the Rwanda genocide.
- an activist who worked
at a homeless shelter in Washington, DC and completed an AmeriCorps internship. He then earned a Master's
substance abuse counseling from East Carolina University. He
is currently a staffer for a court-related drug
offender program in North Carolina.
- a recipient of a Master's degree in international relations (specializing
in East European environmental policy) from Syracuse
University (New York). While at Syracuse, she interned for
the World Resources Institute, and afterward she worked for
the World Wildlife Fund.
Career Opportunities page.