Jacob Hurlburt

    Jacob Hurlburt

    Class Year: ’17

    Majors: Psychological Science

    Current Hometown: Madison, Wis.

    Job: 

    Lab Manager at University of Wisconsin-Madison

    “Be flexible. You will find much more success when you demonstrate a willingness to take on new tasks and learn new skills.”

    Melissa Idzik

    Melissa Idzik

    Class Year: ’17

    Majors: Psychological Science and Neuroscience

    Current Hometown: Arlington Heights, Ill.

    Job: 

    Medical Student at Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine of Midwestern University

    “My relationships with my professors helped me succeed because I received encouragement and constructive feedback, and always felt comfortable to ask for advice and opinions regarding my chosen path and goals. Through these relationships, I was also able to find job opportunities and I have enjoyed keeping in touch with such bright and kind role models.”

    Holly Pelnar

    Holly Pelnar

    Class Year: ’21

    Majors: Psychology

    Current Hometown: Glendale, WI

    Job: 

    Clinical Research Assistant II at Rogers Behavioral Health

    “My experience at Carthage has helped me to thrive in my graduate program. Carthage is also where I was first introduced to research.”

    Alyssa Rodway ?22

    Alyssa Rodway

    Class Year: ’22

    Majors: Environmental Science and Psychology

    Current Hometown: West Chicago, Illinois

    Job: 

    Corporate Responsibility Assistant at ALDI

    “Many of my internships, as well as my current job, were offered to me in part because of my personal connections with my wonderful professors and the rich, extensive classroom opportunities I was able to have.”

    Elizabeth Wenzel

    Elizabeth Wenzel

    Class Year: ’18

    Majors: Psychological Science and Neuroscience

    Current Hometown: Chicago, Ill.

    Job: 

    Graduate Student at University of Illinois-Chicago Behavioral Neuroscience Doctoral Program

    “Carthage is a place where you can tell that the faculty members really care about their students and about preparing their students for what comes after Carthage.”