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CHOOSING A COLLEGE IS AN EXCITING AND IMPORTANT TIME IN

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Imagine yourself a few years from now ‌ did you find the job you wanted? Were you accepted into the graduate program of your choice? Did you develop the confidence to pursue your dreams?

What if you could find a college that cares as much about your future success as you do?

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SOLID REPUTATION professors

This is where you will find who will take the time to know you and work alongside you to help achieve your goals.

classes

This is where you will find designed to provide what employers and graduate schools are most interested in.

guidance to match your specific talents

This is where you will find the and abilities to an academic major.

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Nate Connealy If you are unsure about a major, Nate Connealy has a message for you: Simpson can help. “I didn’t know what I wanted to study when I came to Simpson,” he said. “The students and faculty described how common that was. They reassured me that they would work with me to find my niché.” Nate knew that Simpson’s Engaged Citizenship Curriculum would provide the opportunity to explore different academic fields. He decided to major in criminal justice and Spanish.

“ B e ca u s e o f S imps on , I ’ v e dis co ve r e d my d re a m o f wo r king in the c r i m i na l ju st ice f ield.”

“Simpson definitely guided me because there were professors always willing to help. There was no pressure for me to decide on a major until I was ready.”

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YOU’LL FEEL AT HOME BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS, IDEAL LOCATION Our gorgeous campus sits on 85 tree-shaded acres in Indianola, Iowa, a growing community of 14,800 just south of Iowa’s capital city, Des Moines. Simpson has been part of Indianola for more than 150 years. Indianola is a charming community with a downtown square a few blocks from campus. You will find a movie theater, restaurants and shops all within walking distance. Indianola is also the home to: • A new YMCA (August 2013) • The National Balloon Classic • Great bike and hiking trails

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Wells Fargo Arena

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Principal Park 26 Min. East Village Shopping 27 Min. Des Moines Performing Arts Center 27 Min. Science Center of Iowa 26 Min. Des Moines Art Center 30 Min. State Capitol 26 Min.

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As a freshman majoring in multimedia journalism and political science, Steffi was among several Simpson students invited to New York City to discuss their political views with Scott Pelley of the CBS Evening News. She also had a story published on the USA Today website. “Simpson pushes students to go for whatever they feel like doing,” she said. “They really do focus on what students need during their four years here. The professors know us by name and know what we’re involved in. It’s neat to be part of that environment.”

“ B ecau se I c ho se Si mpson , I ’ ve ha d m o re opportuni ti es tha n I ev er thought p o ssi b l e .” W W W. S I M P S O N . E D U

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The Simpson Curriculum has led the way nationally in helping students develop the skills that employers and graduate schools demand from tomorrow’s leaders Our students dig deeper and work on projects that provide a hands-on understanding of the subject. You will be encouraged to take advantage of community partnerships, internships, opportunities to study abroad and independent research. At Simpson, you will develop the skills that will help you to achieve the exciting, fulfilling and successful future you want.

Physics Political Science Psychology Accounting Religion Art Secondary Education Biology Social Work Chemistry Sociology Coaching Sports Administration Computer Information Spanish Systems Sustainability Studies Computer Science Theatre Arts Criminal Justice Women’s Studies Economics English Environmental Science Exercise Science Forensic Science French German Dentistry History Engineering Human Resources Law Integrated Marketing Medicine Communication Nursing Latin American Studies Optometry Management Pharmacy Marketing Physical Therapy Mathematics Theology/Ministry Multimedia Journalism Veterinary Medicine Music Philosophy

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STEPHEN HENRICH

At Simpson, you will be taught by a professor, not a graduate assistant. Most of our professors hold the highest degrees in their field. They are accomplished experts.

Stephen Henrich’s Simpson experience was so successful, he was accepted into the following medical schools: Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Duke, Northwestern, the Mayo Clinic and the University of Iowa.

Our smaller class sizes mean that you will get the personal attention you deserve. You won’t be an anonymous face in a large lecture hall. Simpson professors invest the time to get to know you as a person—your hopes, your dreams. Someday, your professors may be writing recommendations on your behalf to employers and graduate schools. Wouldn’t you want them to know you?

He credits his Simpson professors. “We have fantastic faculty members who are willing to get involved, and help you with anything you want to do,” he says. Stephen majored in math, biochemistry and philosophy. “Not only are the faculty really willing to work with each other, but the structure is also set up to be tightly knit,” he says. “Each department likes to see students branch out.” One of his Simpson professors helped him obtain an internship to study glaucoma at the Jackson Laboratory in Maine. Another worked with him as he studied the AIDS crisis in Namibia in southern Africa.

At Simpson, they will.

“ I was abl e to g o to e a c h p r of es s or and estab l i sh a c o n n e ct i o n w i th th em that I wo u l d n ’t hav e at a n y othe r sc ho o l . ” - Anna Statz

“You don’t spend your first two years at Simpson just being somebody’s assistant. I was constructing my own research projects from day one. The professors were more than happy to work with me.”

“ B ecause I cho se Si m p so n , I w i ll b e goi n g to m e d i c a l school at N o rthw este rn Un i v ersi ty.” W W W. S I M P S O N . E D U

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The John C. Culver Public Policy Center Fosters civic engagement and community service.

“At a bigger university, they’ll tell you the program and hopefully you’ll fit in. With the Culver program, they asked me what I wanted to do and accomplish. I had their full support.” - Ethan Fredrick

MATH MODELING The Mathematical Contest in Modeling is an annual competition in which teams of students from around the world are given 96 hours to solve a complex problem. The competition tests students’ critical thinking, research and writing skills, as well as their ability to manage time and work as a team. Simpson students annually field more teams for this highly competitive event than any other college or university in the country and often earn one of the top rankings.

Iowa History CEnter “I love working for the Iowa History Center which preserves and promotes the state’s history. I have had amazing opportunities, including setting up K-12 Field Trips to the State Historical Society and hosting forum events with influential Iowans.” - Allie Walker

“Ninety-six hours, three people, one problem. It’s a fun challenge.” - Kraig Thomas

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Our central location puts YOU in a perfect position for networking and internships. In fact, we guarantee—that’s right, guarantee—an internship to every qualified student. How can we do this? We have great relationships with Des Moines area companies. They know of Simpson’s excellent reputation because many of them employ Simpson graduates. We also have an extensive network of Simpson alumni who are grateful for the education they received here and want to give back by hiring our students as interns. This network spans the United States, from coast-to-coast. Why does this matter to you? An internship is a great way to get a head start in the competitive job market. The connections you make may lead to your first job. It’s an added value of a Simpson education and another way we demonstrate our commitment to your success.

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POSSIBILITIES A few of the many places Simpson students have held internships in recent years: Blank Children’s Hospital Cleveland Indians Edward Jones Green Bay Packers Indianola Veterinary Clinic Institute of Genetic Medicine at The Johns Hopkins University Iowa Events Center Iowa Governor’s Office KPMG Meredith Corporation Nationwide Insurance Peace Tree Brewing Co. Pioneer Hi-Bred International Principal Charity Classic Golf Tournament Principal Financial Group Sports Illustrated State Farm Insurance The White House United States Government Wells Fargo


CLOSE TO CAMPUS At Simpson, you will belong to a safe, supportive community that’s dedicated to your success and personal growth. Close to campus is a vibrant capital city that’s exploding with future opportunities for you.

Des Moines ranks … #1 in the country as best city for young professionals (Forbes) #1 for home renters (Time magazine) #1 in “Richest Metro in the Nation” (U.S. News and World Report) #2 in “Best Cities for Jobs” (Forbes) #4 in “Best Place for Business and Careers” (Forbes) #10 “Most Educated Young Workforces” (national trade publication)

SARINA RHINEHART Internships allow Simpson students to build their resumés long before graduation.

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Sarina Rhinehart has served as the finance intern for a political campaign, a marketing intern for the Des Moines Downtown Community Alliance and communications intern for the Iowa House Democratic Caucus at the State Capitol. “My internships have helped me discover what types of work I am interested in,” she said. She eventually hopes to be a professor in politics or history. “My experiences as an intern have been some of the most worthwhile experiences at Simpson. They allow me to take the skills I learn in the classroom and apply them to real-world situations.”

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APERSPECTIVE GLOBAL Don’t just read about a country’s culture— experience it. A firsthand understanding of other cultures will make you a well-rounded student and will put you in a better position to compete in the global marketplace. The “Simpson Experience Abroad” program gives students the opportunity to spend a semester studying abroad with Simpson faculty. Destinations include Argentina, Australia, England, Germany, Tahiti and Thailand. In addition, our popular May Term provides students a chance to participate in an intensive, three-week long, faculty-led international travel course. Studying abroad is an unforgettable experience that will shape your future.

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May Term Simpson’s academic calendar includes fall and spring semesters followed by a three-week term at the beginning of May called May Term. One option during May Term is to study abroad. Other opportunities during May Term include internships, domestic travel or taking a course on campus.

PAST EX PE R I ENCES HAVE I NCL UD E D: Argentina Australia Brazil China Denmark Dominican Republic England Germany Ireland

Namibia New Zealand Norway Peru Poland Spain Tahiti Thailand

KELLY HEIN Before she left for college, Kelly Hein’s older brother offered some advice: “See the world.” “He didn’t have a chance to study abroad, and he always regretted it.” She spent a semester in Thailand as part of the Simpson Experience Abroad program. She also traveled to the Dominican Republic for a May Term class. “It was a blast,” she said. “I’m fascinated by culture and sociology. Studying abroad really appealed to me for those reasons.” Simpson, Kelly said, offers the feel of a smalltown community where people think critically about global issues. “Having the Study Abroad experience puts me at ease for the transition after college,” she said.

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LIVING AT SIMPSON We help make the transition to campus fun. You’ll find volunteers eager to help you move in. Shortly after moving in, our students are already able to participate in a variety of activities to meet other new students. From hall meetings to fall traditions, your first few hours on campus will be memorable. RESIDENCE LIFE We offer five residence halls, seven apartment-style complexes and a variety of themed houses based on common interests. Each offers fully furnished amenities, air conditioning, free laundry and 24/7 wireless internet access. GREEK LIFE Greek Life offers you the chance to make friendships and connections you will enjoy your entire life. Seven Greek organizations, six of them nationally affiliated, are available at Simpson. FraternitIES: SororitIES: Alpha Tau Omega Delta Delta Delta Kappa Theta Psi Kappa Kappa Gamma Lambda Chi Alpha Pi Beta Phi Sigma Alpha Epsilon

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BUILDING ON OUR TRADITIONS We’re always looking to improve your Simpson Experience. Recent projects include the new, $14 million Kent Campus Center, a popular destination for students. While there, you can visit, study or select from several food and snack options, including Au Bon Pain café bakery, Red Mango smoothies, Tyler’s Grille and a coffee shop featuring Starbucks products. We’ve also remodeled Pfeiffer Dining Hall and revamped the menu to include The Kitchen, My Pantry, Fresh Market, Baker’s Crust and HearthStone Ovens. Theatre majors and theatergoers alike praise the recent renovation of the Blank Performing Arts Center, which added 17,000 square feet and space for specialized classrooms.

Next up: A renovation and expansion of the Cowles and Carse athletic and fitness facilities. It’s creating a great buzz on campus. While we celebrate our new and improved facilities, we also cherish our traditions—events such as Yell Like Hell, Campus Day and the All College Sing. Whether you’re walking to class with other students, cheering on the Storm or enjoying a music recital in a plush auditorium, your life on campus should be enriching and memorable. It’s all part of what a great college looks and feels like.

You can feel the Simpson spirit everywhere on campus.

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Nearly 90 IIAC championships Two Division III Championships Twenty individual titles More than 250 All-Americans Nearly 50 Academic All-Americans

Kate Nielsen Kate Nielsen enjoyed one of the greatest seasons in the storied history of the Simpson women’s basketball team.

Simpson athletes excel in their sport and in the classroom. Linebacker Mark Cronin was a leader on the 2012 Simpson football team. He also maintained a 3.9 GPA while majoring in Accounting and Economics, which led to a position at Ernst and Young, a public accounting firm in Des Moines. He believes there is a connection between athletic competition and academic success. “Just like you prepare for tests by going to class and doing homework, my teammates and I had to do the same before each game every week,” he said. Simpson athletes compete at the NCAA Division III level in the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. Simpson’s new football field turf and track surface are considered the best in the industry. The renovation of the athletic facilities will be completed in December 2013. It’s all about putting athletes like Mark­—and you—in the best position to succeed.

She earned first team All-American honors on the court and first team Academic All-American honors in the classroom. “They’re equal awards in my book, because I had to work just as hard to get both of them,” she said. “It’s something I dreamed of happening.” Kate transferred to Simpson from a larger school after her freshman year. “I do not regret one single thing about coming here,” she said. “Everywhere you go, you’re a family. There were professors at my games, who then would email and say they were supporting us. That’s a community that I want to be involved in. “I definitely feel 100 percent prepared for the future.”

“ B ecause I cho se Si m p so n , I hav e b een ac c e p te d i n to the physi cal the ra p y program at D es M o i n es Un i v ersi ty.” W W W. S I M P S O N . E D U

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Simpson excels in the arts—and you don’t have to be a music, art or theatre major to participate. In fact, students are encouraged to step out of their comfort zones and try something new. You can, of course, major in art, theatre or music, but part of what makes the Simpson experience so enriching is that you can still participate in those programs as a non-major. You never know what might happen. Maybe you’ll find yourself on stage! Anything is possible at Simpson.

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“I’ve done it all,” he said, “which is what I wanted, because I felt that if I’m going to teach children about theatre, then I should know the basics of all of it.” Jennifer Nostrala, professor of theatre arts, had the contacts to help Caleb obtain a summer internship at The Children’s Theatre Company in Minneapolis, the largest children’s theatre in the world. “That internship taught me so much. I was able to work with children ages 3 to 12. I learned personal skills, like conflict management and how to communicate. I’m getting job interviews because that internship is on my resumé.” Caleb said the best part about his Simpson experience “is the relationships I have created with other people. In our theatre, we talk about how we’re like a large family. I’m confident that will continue after college.”

“ B ecause I chose Si m p so n , I worked as a sum m e r i n te rn at the largest c hi l d ren ’ s theatre compa n y i n the world.” W W W. S I M P S O N . E D U

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SERVING OTHERS Our students are known for accepting the responsibility to make the community and the world a better place. Others have noticed. Newsweek magazine ranked Simpson among the nation’s top 25 schools for the most service-minded students, faculty and policies. Each year since its inception, the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll has recognized Simpson for its commitment to community service.

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CAMPUS DAY A tradition that goes back to 1890. Everyone at Simpson—students, faculty and staff—take a day to volunteer for a project on campus and in the community.

“Simpson always looks so beautiful after Campus Day. It’s like the official beginning of spring.” – Ben Rodgers

Religious Life Community (RLC)

Sustainability

This student-led group strives to meet the spiritual needs of every student.

Simpson cares about our environment. Students run an organic garden. We also offer free bicycles and have hydration stations to reduce water bottle consumption.

“This is a community where anyone can come to grow in the never-ending journey of faith and spirituality.” - Austin Roy, RLC president

Wesley Service Scholars Selected students are offered a $500 scholarship to perform 40 hours of volunteer service every semester.

“Being a Wesley Service Scholar allows you to try things you’ve never done before. I worked for Habitat for Humanity, was a Big Sister and a Girl Scout leader. I also started a charity to send clothes to orphans in Rwanda.”

“Working in the organic garden on campus helped me realize my interests in farming and organic agriculture. I want to supply good food to people as well as preserve the environment. Simpson is committed to a sustainable future.”

- Kayla Hamilton

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• Guaranteed internships • Service to others • First-class facilities • Vibrant and engaged campus life

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DR. JAREN AND JAMIE TUBAUGH sent each of their

three children to Simpson.

Brennan, a 2008 graduate, is attending Palmer Chiropractic College in Davenport. Brody, a 2009 graduate, graduated from Duke Divinity School and has begun serving as a Methodist minister in Iowa. Molly, a 2011 graduate, accepted a teaching position in the Fort Dodge, Iowa, area. Talk about results. “You get what you pay for,” Dr. Tubaugh says. “If you want to achieve, you’ve got to go somewhere that is good and that has a reputation for putting people into jobs after they graduate.”

“ P eo p le wh o g r a d u ate from Si mpson get posi ti on s. The y w i l l fi n d jo bs . Wh en th ey apply to grad schools, they w i l l g e t i n , be ca u s e it ’s S impson , an d that makes a di ffe ren c e .” FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE Throughout our history, Simpson has firmly believed that financial barriers should never stand in the way of bright, motivated students. We know a college education is one of the most important investments you and your family will make. For this reason, we want you to be comfortable with the financial assistance process. We’ll do everything possible to help you and your family make the Simpson Experience a reality.

99% of Simpson’s full-time students receive financial assistance to help fund their education.

Terry Lillis GRAD YEAR: 1977 MAJOR: Mathematics OCCUPATION: Senior Vice

President and Chief Financial Officer at The Principal Financial Group

Costs for the 2013-2014 academic year are: Tuition and fees: $30,999 Basic Residence Hall Costs: $3,860 Standard Board Charge: $4,103 Total Comprehensive Fee: $38,962

Charity Halupnick Campbell

Charise Carstensen Flynn

GRAD YEAR: 1996 MAJOR: Physical Education OCCUPATION: Physical

GRAD YEAR: 2004 MAJOR: Religion OCCUPATION: Chief Operating

Education Teacher at Norwalk Community School District. Named 2012 Iowa Teacher of the Year

Officer at Dwolla—an innovative nationwide payment network

Steven Ramsey GRAD YEAR: 2011 MAJOR: Political Science OCCUPATION: Graduate

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Be careful! Legend has it that if you step on the Simpson seal, you will fail your next exam. Our students hop, skip and jump to avoid walking on the seal.

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SUCCESS APPLY AT WWW.SIMPSON.EDU Applications are accepted on a rolling basis beginning early fall and continuing on a space-available basis. There is no application fee.

FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS First-year applicants are evaluated by considering the following: • College preparatory courses taken and grades received in those courses • Rank in class • Official results of standardized tests (ACT and/or SAT) • Recommendations from high school guidance counselors or principals • Other recommendations as requested by the Office of Admissions TRANSFER STUDENTS For many students, the Simpson Experience begins as an upperclassman. When that happens, we understand that you are not new to college, just new to us. Transfer applicants are accepted on the basis of: • Successful completion of academic work at an accredited college or university • High school record and standardized test results (if applicable) When it comes to transferring to Simpson, we offer streamlined, personal guidance every step of the way.

OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS

(800) 362-2454 • (515) 961-1624 admiss@simpson.edu Notice of Nondiscrimination: Simpson College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, creed, religion, disability, genetic information, veteran or veteran disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other legally protected characteristic in admission, access to, treatment or employment in, its programs and activities.

DANA LAIN Dana Lain graduated in April 2012. She’s now a full-time aquarist at the National Aquarium in Washington, D.C., where she keeps sharks healthy and helps raise baby sea turtles. “My love and drive to work with marine wildlife came from the experiences I had at Simpson,” she says. Those experiences included a May Term trip her freshman year to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands. Then she held an internship at Blank Park Zoo in Des Moines. That led to an internship at the National Aquarium, which led to her job. Dana was encouraged at Simpson to declare an interdisciplinary major, which allowed her to choose courses in environmental science, biology and journalism.

“ Si mpson i s a n u rtu ri n g commun i ty. P e o p l e o n ly tell you yes. Si m p so n a l so prepared me to b e a l e a d e r, to n ot b e afra i d to g i ve m y opi n i on an d m y i d e a s.” W W W. S I M P S O N . E D U

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Fly-In Program

The personalized attention you will receive at Simpson starts from day one. Let us help you plan a visit to campus based on your personal interests. You will experience firsthand Simpson’s welcoming faculty, active campus community and discover why students are excited about their decision to attend Simpson. Visits are offered Monday through Friday and select Saturdays. To schedule a visit, go to www.simpson. edu/visit-simpson/schedule-a-visit-form.

If you live more than 300 miles from Simpson College, take advantage of this great opportunity to check out campus and experience a day in the life of a Simpson student. Stay overnight, eat on campus and participate in a variety of activities. Simpson will reimburse a portion of the cost of your flight and provide transportation to and from the airport. To learn more about the fly-in program, visit www.simpson.edu/visit-simpson/fly-in-program.

Visit Days Visit Days are a great way for you and your family to spend a day on campus exploring all that Simpson has to offer. You will have the chance to tour campus, eat in our dining hall, meet with faculty and coaches and talk with students about their Simpson Experience. For a full listing of our upcoming visit days, go to www.simpson.edu/first-year-students/upcoming-events.

Arrange your campus visit today! Call the Office of Admissions at 800-362-2454, extension 1624 or schedule online at www.simpson.edu. Admissions office hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. During the school year, the office is open on designated Saturdays from 9 a.m. to noon.

“WHEN I VISITED CAMPUS I IMMEDIATELY FELL IN LOVE WITH THE SIZE AND LOCATION. I KNEW I WANTED TO BE AT SIMPSON.” - Stacy Bergeson W W W. S I M P S O N . E D U

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to be a nurse.” “I’m going to be a veterinar starting my own business.” “I’ve been accepted to Rush Medical School.” “I’m working at Wells Fargo.” “I’m a new high school band director.” “I’ll be teaching physical educatio Moines elementary school.” “I got a job at Meredith.” “I’m going to study for a master’s degree in philosophy.” “I’m working at the Principal Financial Group.” “I’m an aquarist a onal Aquarium in Washington, D.C.” “I’m working with children at Orchard Place in Des Moines.” “I’ll be studying in Boston to become a minister.” “I’m going to teach philosophy to become a police officer.” “I’ve been accepted into an MBA program.” “I’m going to work a year at AmeriCorps.” “I’m getting half of my tuition paid to study podiatric medicine i nes.” “I’m going to law school.” “I found a job in television news.” “I’m going to be a CPA.” “I’m going to be a high school softball coach.” “I’m going to be an international interp ” “I’m the project coordinator at BirdDog Jobs.” “I’ll be 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