Three Clinton School students scheduled to graduate in May 2018 have already secured full-time jobs. Susanna Creed (Monrovia, Calif.), Mollie Henager (Conway, Ark.), and Domenick Lasorsa (Cape Cod, Mass.) were each able to find full-time positions through Clinton School connections.
Creed was recently hired as the new College and Career Program Specialist at Children International at UA Little Rock. Creed learned about the job through Dr. Al Bavon, Professor of Public Administration, who knew of the opening through his previous work with Children International.
A McLarty Vital Voices Scholar, Henager accepted a position with Awamaki, a business development and women’s empowerment nonprofit NGO in Olllantaytambo, Peru. Henager learned of the opening after completing her International Public Service project with Awamaki in the summer of 2017.
In her new fulltime role, Henager will be the International Partnerships Manager and will serve as the representative between Awamaki and visiting students, groups, volunteers, and interns. She will work closely with Tiffany Jacob and the Clinton School Office of Community Engagement staff. Her new position begins March 19.
Lasorsa has accepted a full-time position as a Housing Associate for Veterans and Special Needs with the National League of Cities (NLC) in Washington D.C. Lasorsa, who is currently completing his Capstone project with the NLC, will handle policy areas that include homelessness, home modifications, and housing for seniors and the disabled.