A love of languages and law led Lucía Falcón Palomar MATI ’17 from the classrooms at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies to working as a translator and interpreter for the Office of the Special Narcotics Prosecutor for the City of New York.
What exactly does it take to start an oyster farm? Will Peckham ’14 left a job on Wall Street and, with a friend, figured it out.
Making videos impersonating your mother seems an improbable way to launch a career as a comedian. For Alyssa Limperis ’12, it’s done that and more.
How did a former art history major come to manage millions of board feet of timber?
Early on, Cori Messinger ’98 knew she wanted to work for a conservation organization. Now, as the Nature Conservancy’s chief fundraiser for projects in Africa, she has one of the most demanding—and rewarding—jobs in the field.
How two alumni ditched their conventional jobs and opened a brewpub.
As a cartographer working for the conservation nonprofit Wilderness Society, one’s work may mean the difference between saving the country’s natural treasures—or potentially losing them forever.