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“Oh, the places you’ll go!” May 2017 graduates share their post-NC State plans

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Tessa Loazer

Accepted a job with Deloitte Consulting in their federal practice in Washington, D.C. She will be working as a federal contractor for a government agency – most likely the State Department.

Cody Long

Plans to attend Emory University on scholarship with a position in Residence Life after being accepted into UNC School of Law, Wake Forest University, William and Mary Law School, Alabama University, George Washington University, Colorado University at Boulder, Loyola University (Chicago and Los Angeles), Creighton University, University of Albany, American University, and the University of Kentucky. He is was also waitlisted at Columbia University and the University of Richmond.

Charles Gray

Plans to attend Campbell Law on the Dean’s Excellence Scholarship.

Ayana Parker

Has been accepted into the University of Miami School of Law (first choice) and Syracuse School of Law both offering the Dean’s Renewable Merit Scholarship. She has decided to start her new journey in Miami, Florida where she will pursue a J.D. as well as a LL.M. in Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law.

Chris Broughton

Has been accepted into and will attend the UNC School of Law (first choice).

Brandon Hien

Has accepted a full time job as a Sales Development Representative for Phreesia, a healthcare technology company in downtown Raleigh.

Harrison Broadbent

Will attend Campbell Law with the Dean’s Excellence Renewable Scholarship and a scholarship from Campbell’s Capital Scholars program. He plans to pursue both a Juris Doctor as well as a Master of Trust and Wealth Management through a 3-year dual degree program.

 

It isn’t too late for graduating seniors to let us know what they plan to do post- NC State. Email tjlaw@ncsu.edu or post to the forum located under the “Commencement and Graduation Information” heading in the PS Advising Moole page (wolfware.ncsu.edu > Projects tab > Political Science Advising).

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