Why study classics and classical languages? Want to know how to boost your career potential and earning power? Join the Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Cultures for a virtual networking session February 23 (tonight!) at 7:30pm. We have invited John Carroll graduates to share their stories of how their Classics education has given them advantages in their post-graduate career and educational pursuits.
This is a great opportunity to connect with JCU grads in fields you may be interested in. Our alumni guests are ready to discuss how they combined Classics with other academic interests, and how the skills acquired through the study of Classics can open career and educational pathways.
If you didn’t get a Zoom link already, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alumni participating tonight include:
Tyler ’12: Assistant principal, Brookfield High School; former Latin teacher at Boardman High School; received MA in Latin, Kent State University; participated in archaeology of Greece study tour, played varsity football
Mallory ’19: Graduate student in Classics, Bryn Mawr College; triple majors in Classics, Professional Writing, and Italian; participated in Greece study tour and JCU in Rome; completed internships in Chicago at National Hellenic Museum and Shedd Aquarium; did a summer archaeological dig in southern Italy through the Miller Scholarship
Colleen ’15: Associate Attorney, FGKS Law; double-major in Classics and History with a minor in Catholic Studies; study abroad semester in Maynooth, Ireland; involved with Ohio Innocence project; received her JD, University of Cincinnati
Ryan ’07: Senior Vice President of Engineering at Sunrise (San Francisco); major in Classics; served four years as an infantry officer in the Army immediately after JCU; MS in Computer Science, George Washington University
Ava ’21: graduate student in MAT program in Latin, University of Pittsburgh; major in Classics, minors in Theater and Italian Studies; participated in the Greece study tour and JCU in Rome