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After Oberlin

What lies ahead for Oberlin graduates? They’ve risen to the challenge of rigorous academics, they’ve pursued their passions and taken advantage of real-world experience, and now they’re ready to forge their own paths.

Follow recent grads as they land in highly coveted positions and career-making internships and graduate programs.

Happy Return

December 8, 2023

Oberlin was Samia Mansour’s top college choice. Now years removed from her graduation, she chose it all over again.
Samia Mansour headshot.

My Cousin the Comb Jelly

November 15, 2023

The research of Darrin Schultz ’13 deepens our insights into animal evolution.
Darrin Schultz In his research, Darrin Schultz applied existing DNA sequencing technologies and new analysis techniques to organisms people hadn’t studied before.

Change Agent

September 19, 2023

Jesse Kohler’s Oberlin studies led him to become a distinguished voice for trauma-informed advocacy.
Jesse Kohler headshot.

In the Path of Disaster

August 28, 2023

Monica Dix travels to a hub of natural calamity to probe its risks and resilience.
Monica Dix.

All About Balance

July 31, 2023

Christopher Ayoub finds the sweet spot between his love of medicine and research.
Christopher Ayoub headshot.

‘Rainbow’ Connections

April 21, 2023

Amara Granderson’s visions of Broadway came into focus on the stages of Oberlin.
Granderson peforms alongside her "for colored girls" cast.

Getting Organized

March 23, 2023

Former Truman Scholar Henry Hicks' 21 is a D.C.-based writer and organizer working as a special projects manager for Nonprofit Quarterly.
Henry Hicks.

From Art History Major to Marketing Manager

March 10, 2023

A series of marketing internships and a willingness to be open to new ideas paid off for Jessica Moskowitz, who handles media planning and buying of social media ads for Microsoft.
Jessica Moskowitz sits in front of a Microsoft sign.

He’s Feeling Lucky

February 28, 2023

Software engineer Matt Blankinship ensures digital privacy for Google’s 1 billion users.
Matt Blankinship selfie in front of Google sign.

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