See Where the Class of 2017 is Heading:
1. Rachel Stanley of West Allis, Wisconsin will attend Marquette University's Ph.D. program in clinical psychology on a full-ride Marquette University Graduate School Diversity Fellowship. She plans to conduct autism research and help develop treatments.
2. Randal Scroggins of Bellaire, Texas will attend Rush University in Chicago to earn a master's degree in nursing. He plans to be a traveling nurse for some time before continuing with his education. He received a scholarship for being part of a group that is underrepresented in the field of nursing.
3. Halea Hoskins of Spring Grove, Illinois will have a marketing internship with Beacon Business Group LLC in Milwaukee. She will build their new marketing and information database and help with presentations for potential clients.
4. Zach Schmidt of Plainfield, Illinois will pursue a master's degree in counseling with specialization in sports psychology at Adler University in Chicago. He hopes to be a counselor for a sports organization.
5. Cecelia Ward of Coldwater, Michigan will attend American University in Washington, D.C. to pursue a master's degree in global governance, politics, and security from the School of International Service. She hopes to someday work at the State Department with a focus on the Middle East.
"We aren't done learning yet, and we never will be." -Senior Class Speaker J.J. Grinde '17
6. Lincoln Wurtz of Ripon, Wisconsin will be in the Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP) at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, where he will pursue the dual M.D.-Ph.D. degrees. This is an eight-year program that includes full tuition and a living stipend. He plans eventually to split time between research and patient care in an academic hospital.
7. Jordan Stiede of Seymour, Wisconsin will attend Marquette University's Ph.D. program in clinical psychology. He plants to become a clinical and sports psychologist and a researcher in the field. He received a full scholarship as well as a stipend for living expenses.
8. Nicole Zeman of Sussex, Wisconsin will attend the University of St. Thomas Law School in Minneapolis on a 90-percent Dean's Scholarship. She is interested in a career in juvenile service or just in helping others.
9. Corrie Osborne of Mequon, Wisconsin will attend law school at the University of Chicago. She received a partial scholarship. She will pick her direction after her first year of law school.
10. Sydney Radant of Oshkosh, Wisconsin will be a City Year AmeriCorps member in the inner city of Milwaukee Public School System. She will support students in math and English to help them reach graduation and their goals. After she hopes to serve in the PeaceCorps before working for a large nonprofit organization.