Russian language and International Affairs Majors | Field Manager for Forward Montana
Please tell us a about yourself and where you are now today. I graduated from UNH in May 2016. After graduating, I moved out to Denver, Colorado to work for an environmental nonprofit. From there I was transferred to Des Moines, Iowa to continue my work. This Spring I moved out to beautiful Bozeman...
Communication & International Affairs | Communication Intern at CIEE
About Abby and Where She is Today My name is Abby Lehner. I am a recent graduate of UNH, having earned a Bachelors in Communication & International Affairs with a minor in German. While apart of UNH, I was an active member at WUNH, claiming the title 'DJ Hotwheelz'. I was lucky to work the LLC...
History Major | Manager of Social Media at UNH
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History Major | eCommerce sales and marketing part at Eco-Products
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Classics and History Majors | Business Consultant
My name is Alex Johnson and I graduated from UNH in May 2011 with a BA in both Classics and History – I got the "Wow, so you REALLY want to teach!?" treatment – and when it comes to how I wound up in the Classics program and what I've done since, my path has been very zig-zaggy, for lack of a...
Political Science Major | Leading the SocialGov Program at the Office of Innovative Technologies at GSA
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Political Science and Justice Studies Majors | Manager of Institutional Partnerships at Just Vision
Please tell us a about yourself (can be brief) and where you are now today. I graduated from UNH in May 2013, and am now working in my dream job as the Manager of Institutional Partnerships at Just Vision, a nonprofit...
Music Education Major | Director of Athletic Bands at UNH
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International Affairs and Music Education Majors | PR Officer/Event Coordinator, Municipality of Larissa
2007 marks eleven years since I graduated from UNH, and nine years since I left the U.S. to live in Greece. The journey was, and still is, an interesting, educational and difficult one.