Yes, there is life after BAIS! Check in with old classmates using the "Class of" menus on the right and see what might be waiting for you after you graduate.
Our latest alumni profile is from our first graduate, Class of 2005:
(International Economics, African Studies)
After receiving my bachelor degree in 2005 (International Studies and Accounting), I went on to pursue my masters in International and Development Economics at USF. During my graduate studies, I had the opportunity to Intern at the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, where I undertook research and collected data for my masters degree thesis: The Economic Loss as a result of Brain Drain in the Health sector of Ethiopia. After finishing my graduate studies, I worked as a hedge fund accountant and market data analyst in the financial sector. I then decided to switch careers and become a civil servant and joined the United States Federal Government. I worked as a Contract Analyst for the United States Army Corps of Engineers for 3½ years before moving over to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration serving as an Acquisition Analyst for research and development. I’ve been with NASA for the past year. (08/13/14)
Thanks to all who attended our first alumni gathering last month! Here are a few photos from the event: