Join a Community More Than 16,000 Strong
When you arrive in the fall, you will have the support of your classmates and professors to become an engaged citizen in today's global world. You will also have the support of more than 16,000 Knox alumni across the country and around the world. These alumni earn advanced degrees at prestigious institutions, lead presidential transition teams and Fortune 500 companies, argue cases in front of the U. S. Supreme Court, appear on television and movie screens, and contribute to the well-being of our local, national, and international communities.
Knox alumni provide current students with an abundance or resources. Because they know the value of the world-class liberal arts education you are about to receive, alumni are eager to place Knox students in internships and hire them when they graduate. Alumni also provide a great resource for students looking for career advice and even travel to campus to provide information about their careers and job opportunities. At Homecoming last fall, a dozen Knox alumni returned to campus to conduct mock interviews and offer career advice. This last term, alumni came back to Knox to share their experiences in:
Meet a Few Knox Alumni Who Are Changing the World
Knox alumni attend and teach at the nation's -- and world's -- leading graduate schools. Alumni like Shaunak Mulani '12, who is pursuing his medical degree at George Washington University School of Medicine; Yuna Engle Ferguson '04, assistant professor of psychology at Penn State Shenango; and P. Christopher Earley '80, dean of Purdue University's Krannert School of Management.
Knox alumni are leading international corporations. Alumni like Carol Bovard Craig '89, president, founder, and CEO of Craig Technologies; John Lawler '88, Chairman and CEO of Ford Motor China; and Margery Rosen Kraus '67, Founder and CEO of APCO Worldwide.
Knox alumni are changing the world one community at a time. Alumni like Matt Berg '00, one of Time's 100 most influential people in 2010 for his work to improve health care for thousands of people through the Millennium Villages Project; Anne McConachie '71, director and teacher-in-residence of Amka Afrika School; and Jim Hallock '69, founder of Earth Block, Inc., a green construction company.
Meet other pioneering Knox alumni.
Visit the 2017 Facebook Group
What career would you like to have after Knox? Let your classmates know on the Knox 2017 Facebook group.