Join us for a discussion, “Careers with a Conscience: Ed Studies Alumni in Non-Profits and Government,” on Sunday, April 15th, 2012,  from 6:30-7:30pm, in Seabury S205 at Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut.

We have invited alumni who have worked in non-profit organizations and governmental agencies across several fields, including youth development, family and children’s services, school finance, fair and affordable housing, libraries & museums, and other areas. Each guest will speak for five minutes to share their experience and offer advice to current Trinity students, with time for Q&A and discussion. Some will speak via online videoconference and others will join us in person. See comments below from alumni and students who plan to participate, and add your own. Students: click here if you plan to attend.

This event follows up on a related discussion about “Pathways to Teaching” with Trinity alumni in October 2011, which focused on classroom teachers. We plan to host more discussions like these in the years to come.

Confirmed guests:

Jessica Wagner (Ed Studies & Anthropology '07)
Cory Edmonds (Ed Studies & Sociology '08)
Arthur Hardy-Doubleday (Ed Studies & American Studies '03)
Claudia Dresser (Ed Studies & Hispanic Studies '10/IDP)
Hilary Cramer Robinson (Ed Studies & Sociology '05)
Gloribel Gonzalez (Ed Studies & Political Science '08)

Questions? Email Jack Dougherty, Associate Professor and Director of Educational Studies, or student event coordinator, Danyelle Doldoordian.