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Many students begin to imagine their lives after they graduate and feel uncertain about their futures. You don't have to imagine. You don't have to feel uncertain. You can start planning now. The Office of Career Advising and Development provides resources and opportunities throughout the year to help you pave your career path before you leave the Heights. No matter where you are in your college experience, a visit to our office will help you put a plan in place.
Hey, World! Here are the Dolphins of 2018!
Joshua Redden ‘11, a former English major and HEOP/AHANA scholar, has always had a passion for giving voice to words. Now he wrestles with words in another way—working with labels like Motown, BET, and the GRAMMYs while producing his own music.
As a counsel and attorney-at-law in the Office of the Attorney General of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, Theominique Nottage ‘09 uses the interdisciplinary skills she learned as an undergrad while handling a variety of civil litigation cases for her home country.
As Dean of Students at Regis High School, Kyle Mullins ‘09 is involved in the world of Jesuit education daily. Whether he is teaching an English class or working with student leaders, he is thoroughly involved with the next generation of Jesuit scholars.
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