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Pioneers in the Field

June 12, 2014

It’s a burning question for many students as they choose their college. Maybe you already know what you want to study and have a career plan—or maybe you’re waiting to explore some new subjects before you make a decision. Whatever your major is, a Lewis & Clark education will prepare you for diverse career paths. 

  • ARTS: Art history major Kyle Yoshioka ’13 at the Museum of Contemporary Craft
  • BUSINESS: Economics major Giuseppe Baffaro ’11 at Premier Mortgage Resources
  • HEALTH: Sociology and anthropology major Carolyn Worthge ’11 at the Tony Blair Faith Foundation
  • LAW: International affairs major Beau Barnes ’06 at the United States District Court
  • NONPROFIT: Communication and studio art major Hunter Franks ’08 at Neighborhood Postcard Project
  • NONPROFIT: International affairs major Molly Gray ’10 at the Rock ‘n’ Roll Camp for Girls
  • TECHNOLOGY: Sociology and anthropology major Amber Case ’08 at Geoloqi
  • EDUCATION: Rhetoric and media studies major Aukeem Ballard ’11 at Lane Middle School
  • ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE: Environmental studies major Rachel Young ’11 at the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy