Alyssa Abraham ?08

    Alyssa Abraham

    Class Year: ’08

    Majors: Studio Art

    Current Hometown: Algonquin, Illinois


    Instructional Design Strategist at Computer Generated Solutions, Inc.

    “Your professors are there to help, and they love it when you come to them with questions. They’re your most valuable resource.”

    Stephanie Cain

    Stephanie Cain

    Class Year: ’12

    Majors: Graphic Design, Studio Art

    Current Hometown: San Francisco, California


    2016 Fellow for Code for America

    “Often throughout my Carthage experience, I was challenged to ask questions and find the answers for myself. Although that was uncomfortable at times, it really helped me develop skills for self-motivation and problem-solving that have become essential in my career.”

    Veronica Moore

    Veronica Moore

    Class Year: ’05

    Majors: Graphic Design

    Current Hometown: Bethlehem, PA


    Director of Educational Programs, Delta Upsilon International Fraternity

    “Carthage exposed me to different cultures and opportunities. It forced me to think critically about my own individual identity and how I viewed the world.”

    Isaac Rothenbaum ?11

    Isaac Rothenbaum

    Class Year: ’11

    Majors: Graphic Design and Computer Science

    Current Hometown: New York, New York


    CTO at Akwyar

    “I’ve learned that the ‘real world’ is all about networking, establishing a rapport with people, being friendly, kind, well rounded, and likable. Carthage’s liberal arts education laid the perfect groundwork for success in this area.”

    Serena Sessoms ?13

    Serena Sessoms

    Class Year: ’13

    Majors: Graphic Design, Communication, Public Relations

    Current Hometown: Gurnee, Illinois


    Account Manager at GFX International

    “Carthage makes you think outside of your field and see things from different perspectives. You are not isolated in your specific fields all four years of school. This allows you to broaden your background knowledge, and gives you an upper hand in the corporate world.”