Sociology Majors: After Kenyon
Considering Graduate School?
Sociology majors go on to take active roles in corporate boardrooms, law offices, government departments, social service agencies, classrooms, and policy think tanks. In a broader sense, everyone can benefit from sociology's unique understanding of our common humanity and the diversity of social life. Below is just a sample of what some recent graduates are doing:
Kelly Adams '09: litigation paralegal with Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen and Hamilton LLP in New York
Yancy Edwards '09: pursuing a master's degree in criminal justice at the University of Cincinnati
William N. Wong '09: 10th grade English teacher, Teach for America
Peter E. Scherer '08: paralegal, Federal Trade Commission
Stephen F. DeSanto '07: network administrator, Mathematical Association of America
Katherine A. White '07: educational consultant, Rockman
Jason Smith '07: pursuing a Masters/PhD in sociology at Indiana University
Allyson Riodan '06: event planning/marketing/consulting for the Webster Group in Washington, D.C.
Mari Franks '06: program manager at HIMSS Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society in Chicago
Torrey Androski '02: assistant director of development for the School of Public Affairs at American University
Jessica Bellama '02: served in the Peace Corps in Bangladesh; currently works for World Education, Inc.
Bill Towers '02: managing director, TIGER Brokerage Group
Shane Goldsmith '98: director of training and evaluation at Liberty Hill Foundation in Los Angeles