Members of the Class of 2019 are entering careers, graduate schools and promising futures as a result of their Sage education. Meet a few them.
Saba Abuzaid said the combination of hands-on research opportunities and classroom instruction at Russell Sage has made her confident of success on the Medical College Admission Test. Read Saba Abuzaid’s Sage Spotlight.
“I am passionate about students knowing their rights and about sexual violence prevention,” said Melissa Clifford of her new job, helping institutions in New York’s Clinton, Essex and Franklin counties prevent and respond to sexual violence, intimate partner violence and stalking on college campuses. Read Melissa Clifford’s Sage Spotlight.
Sofia D’Agostino’s internship at the Rensselaer County Department of Health led to a job offer and consulting opportunities. Read Sofia D’Agostino’s Sage Spotlight.
Hajar Hussaini received a fellowship to attend a prestigious seminar for undergraduate poets this June; this fall, she will begin her MFA at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop – considered to be the top master’s writing program in the U.S. Read Hajar Hussaini’s Sage Spotlight.
Robert Mills said Sage’s basketball coaches and an internship at the Troy YMCA helped pave the way to his success on and off the court. After graduating, his goal is to pursue his athletic trainer’s certificate while he works for the YMCA over the summer. Read Robert Mills’ Sage Spotlight.
A local recording studio offered management graduate Hakeem Plummer a paid position after his successful internship. Read Hakeem Plummer’s Sage Spotlight.