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Below is a list of Government graduates. Click on their name to see what they have been doing with their Government major since graduation.
I wanted to get experience in the private equity world. I am very interested in energy finance. Govt and Envs allowed me to study applied economics, especially international political economy related to energy more specifically and with greater flexibility than an economics major. I took the most out of my government seminars at Dartmouth.
I'll be doing this through Teach for America. My government thesis on education policy, as well as my work with the school's education department, led me to this job.
I assist the president by providing administrative support within the office (this is basically a parallel program to Dartmouth's Presidential Fellows) I actually left my job a couple of weeks ago to start an intensive Arabic language program called CASA (Center for Arabic Studies Abroad; administered through AUC's Arabic Language Institute and the University of Texas Austin).
"I help small businesses all across the country grow their businesses online for Google!" I'm also getting my PhD In political science in the fall of 2013.
We provide policy advice, evaluations of projects, and analysis of current trends in Afghanistan to international governments, development organizations, and the UN. I've come to this role after working for humanitarian organizations here in Afghansitan, in Sudan, and in the Middle East.
I get to work with our authors (some of whom once taught me) and help turn their manuscripts into the final product you read in the magazine or online. The job combines my two main interests at Dartmouth: journalism and international relations. I was an editor at The Dartmouth and interned at a magazine during an off-term. In the government department, I wrote a senior thesis and benefited from the brilliant and generous professors assembled there. Some of them helped me get the job, writing letters of recommendation when I applied to Foreign Affairs' assistant editor position, which was how I began my career at the magazine.
I basically help manage travel for all the incoming athletes, media people and dignitaries.
I am a professional athlete training full-time based out of the Olympic TrainingCenter in Lake Placid, NY. I was a Nordic skier at Dartmouth and upon graduation applied and was accepted to the US Biathlon Development Team. From there I moved up to the National Team and competed in the 2010 Olympics. Currently, I compete at the World Cup level and am training for the 2014 Olympic Games.
My government major allowed me to jump from studying national politics to covering national elections. Today, I use the lessons from the classroom to inform my daily political talk show, "NOW with Alex Wagner." I couldn't do what I am doing today without that core curriculum.
I work as a Consultant for C&M International, a trade policy consulting firm, where I advise companies on how to use a wide range of international policy and political tools, including international institutions, bilateral relationships, and national governments, to shape their environments to help resolve ongoing problems and create future opportunities.
I graduated from NYU School of Law in 2010 Second year litigation associate at Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP in New York City. I mostly investigate cases of alleged corruption and bribery abroad, which is prosecuted by the government under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. I will be leaving in September to start a federal clerkship with Judge Edgardo Ramos of the Southern District of New York.
I conduct analysis focused on northeast Asian issues
I advocate for the special education rights of children with disabilities. How I found myself here: Went to law school, tried corporate litigation but it didn't inspire me nor did offer a work/life balance and my current job does just that!
I teach courses on international political economy and conduct research on foreign direct investment in fragile states, and on migrants' investments back in their homelands. Between Dartmouth and graduate school, I served in the US Peace Corps in Turkmenistan.
I am a third year grad student specializing in the politics of the Arab world. I studied philosophy and political theory as an undergrad and spent several years in the private sector and living in the Middle East, respectively, before returning to school.
In October, I will be starting as an associate at WilmerHale, a law firm in Boston, in their litigation department.
Last Updated: 9/5/12