Graduate Outcomes

The package of skills that students acquire in the Carroll IR program gives our graduates an advantage. In recent years they have been making an impact across the globe. For instance, Ahskinepowin Carter ('16) held prestigious scholarships from the Gates Foundation and the State Department and is now serving in the Peace Corps in Indonesia. Michael Yamoah ('13) runs international engineering projects for Bechtel and is also studying for a Ph.D. at University College London. Going a little further back, Matthew Eusson ('96) is now Political/Economic Section Chief a the U.S. embassy in Armenia, and credits much of success to his rigorous Carroll education.

 

Cierra Powell and Dr. John Cech

Cierra Powell, IR class of '18, seen with Carroll President Dr. John Cech. Cierra won a prestigious scholarship from the State Department to study abroad, and went on to work as an ambassador for that scholarship program.

There are many ways that you too could put your sharpened skills to work. Specific opportunities include:

  • Foreign service officer
  • CIA analyst or officer
  • International lawyer
  • Federal policy analyst
  • Congressional office/committee staffer
  • Homeland Security officer
  • Customs officer
  • Immigration officer
  • International agency officer
  • International research specialist
  • Legislative analyst / coordinator
  • Lobbyist
  • Think-tank analyst; political commentator
  • Public affairs research analyst
  • Manager/officer for international banking or business firms
  • University professor