Student Outcomes in PACS
Nora Connors ’17 is enrolled in graduate school at the University of Pittsburgh.
Kent Zelesky '17 completed a year of AmeriCorps Vista training and is employed by the Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh.
Connor Hunter-Kysor ’16 is employed as a revenue forecasting specialist at the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue in Harrisburg, Pa.
Eleanor Rice ’16 is employed as a Legal Advocate for Survivors, Inc., her community's domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking organization. Her responsibilities include helping survivors write their petitions for Protection orders and navigate the legal system.
Stephanie Starr ’16 is employed as an employment specialist at International Rescue Committee in Baltimore, where she helps prepare refugees for the work force, places them in a job, and provides retention services for a period of time afterwards.
Airokhsh Faiz Qaisary ’15 is employed as a fellow adviser at Sahar Education, an organization that builds schools and education programs for girls in Afghanistan.
Ezra Halstead '15 is employed as the operations manager at Code in the Schools, a computer science education nonprofit whose mission is to expand learning opportunities for underserved and underrepresented youth in Baltimore City and throughout Maryland.
Hannah Miller Smith '13 is employed as the director of community engagement with Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest, a large non-profit organization that is active in the state of Arizona that provided 70,000 services in 2017 to vulnerable people including Refugee & Immigration Services.
Danielle Fulmer ’12 is employed as the director of business analytics for the city of South Bend, Ind. She has also worked with the Polaris Project, which focuses on stopping human trafficking and examining modern slavery issues.
Lily Kruglak ’12 is employed as the reporting and outreach coordinator at the Resolve Network in Washington, D.C.