Alumnae Outcomes

Mount Holyoke graduates who have focused on Russian studies can be found working in nongovernmental organizations in Washington D.C., embassies in Russia and Europe, the oil fields of Siberia, as well as in journalism and business. Mount Holyoke students and alumnae can use the Alumnae Association Alumnae Directory to connect with and search for Alumnae by major or career field, or find alumnae participating in the Alumnae Stay Program. The Alumnae Stay Program provides free, temporary, and safe housing to a Mount Holyoke College student or alumna traveling to pursue academic and professional growth.

Rebecca Rothstein
Rebecca Rothstein '14: One cannot divorce Russian politics from Russian literature.
Gabriella Gonzalez '16
Gabriella Gonzalez '16: Language is one very important part of communication, but there is more to it.
Carol Ueland
Carol Culley Ueland '69: When I applied to Columbia, they exempted me from writing their MA essay on the basis of my Mount Holyoke thesis.
Billie Jean Stirewalt '14: I've visited 12 countries, met the love of my life, adopted a Georgian mountain dog, and published research papers for USAID.