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Diana Lopez-Zavala

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Psychology

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To learn more about Diana, take a look at her current resume.

Perri Freeman

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Major:
History

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Justin Moore

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Major:
Philosophy

Personal Statement

My name is Justin Ramaker.
A dance between the void and pure creativity.
Freedom and Determination
Nihilism and Passion
Binaries are bullshit, things that are opposites are actually the same thing.
Also, I like to write about philosophy, play music, and grow vegetables.

To learn more about Justin, visit his website or take a look at his current resume.

Elijah Blanton

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Hometown:
Phoenixville, PA

Major:
Political Economy of Public Discourse

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Ryann Patrus

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Hometown:
Cincinnati, OH

Major:
Psychology

Personal Statement

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To learn more about Ryann, check out her blog or take a look at her current resume.

Guy Jack Mathews

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Hometown:
New York City, NY

Major:
Political Economy

Plans for the future:
To take the LSAT in the near future and practice law

Personal Statement

During my time at Antioch College, I filled a number of different positions with various businesses and firms. Through each of these experiences I learned something new about myself, especially in regards to how I am developing distinctly as both a professional and as an individual. Over the last four years, I have found that I like to sit back and observe before I act or immerse myself in a new culture, even if it is a place I’ve inhabited previously. With that in mind, no matter my environment, I am a hard worker who strives to be the best at whatever I take on. I see deadlines as a challenge and criticism as welcome building blocks towards a better quality work.

I work hard to make sure I am consistently producing a large quantity of work, but not before asking as many pertinent questions as possible before beginning my work. I also make a conscious effort to translate any constructive criticism or advice into action. I can always benefit from the experience of those I work with, no matter what my task.

To learn more about Guy, check out his blog or take a look at his current resume.

Ethan Kellaway

Quick Facts

Hometown:
Grand Junction, CO

Major:
Environmental Science

Plans for the future:
While currently planning to continue his career at Enviroflight through the remainder of 2015, Ethan is also investigating online courses in Geographic Information Systems. He intends to carry on with his education in a Master’s program in Wildlife Ecology starting in 2016 before heading out West, once more.

Likes/Dislikes
Likes: Working with his hands, the outdoors, photography, animals of all kinds, building connections, the collected works of Neil Gaiman, and enjoying a cold beer on a warm summer evening.
Dislikes: Gossip, tomatoes, injustice, flip-flops, and turning in work late.

Personal Statement

I am most passionate about addressing the mistakes humanity has made in our treatment of our planet and its inhabitants. Through my own studies and the information I have absorbed through education and upbringing, it has been made unquestionably clear to me that we are rapidly reaching a point beyond which the environmental and societal issues facing our global community become unanswerable. To avoid this possibility, I believe that people of all generations and backgrounds must work hard and with open minds towards the goals of equality and sustainability. To that end, I have embraced my own affinity for the environment in the hopes of someday winning a victory for humanity.

As a worker, I find myself most productive working autonomously or with a small group of people towards a well understood goal. It is in these situations where my work ethic and facilitation skills are most effective as I have had much success directing all of the energy of myself or a small group of peers to the thorough and efficient completion of projects. When I am in a position of leadership I find that I am at my best when working directly with a group instead of simply delegating tasks to others. In this way I can ensure that all components of an assignment are completed to my high standards without becoming overbearing or asking too much of my team.

I have less success when working in large groups without effective leadership. My own interpersonal style of management works very well (or so I'd like to think) when I have the ability to step in and demonstrate what needs to be done or provide advice while completing my own tasks. In big groups of people, usually those larger than 10, it simply becomes unfeasible for me to do so. In such situations, it pays to have someone with a more big-picture style of leadership in place. Then I can simply worry about what I or my small team need to do without stressing myself out about the progress of other groups.

With my background in Environmental Science, I find that I am happiest in positions where fieldwork is available. I have no problem with sitting at a desk and working, however my morale is far higher when I have at least the occasional chance to go outside and actually perform studies and collect data.

To learn more about Ethan, take a look at his current resume.

Seth Kaplan

Quick Facts

Hometown:
River Forest, IL

Major:
Self-Designed: Art as Self-Inquiry

Plans for the future:
To work as a camp counselor, complete a family oral history project, and be a cooperative housemate

Favorite Musicians
Mark Kozelek, Angel Olsen, Sufjan Stevens, Francis & the Lights

Personal Statement

Seth was born in a hospital. He often did other kids' homework for them in elementary school. He also liked foursquare a lot. He came to Antioch with very few expectations and has not been disappointed. He hopes to someday find the happiness he knew as a child.

To learn more about Seth, take a look at his current resume.

Zebedee Reichert

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Hometown:
Yellow Springs, OH

Major:
Media Arts

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Personal Statement

I am a 2015 graduate of Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio, where I was a Horace Mann Fellow. I have skills in media production which I developed whilst under the tutelage of Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert (Academy nominated and Emmy award winning documentarians) as well as graphic arts and website development garnered from my time as a media arts student at the college. Other media related skills include illustration which I have been developing over the last fifteen years. I seek employment in the cinematic work sector as an animator and cinematographer. I am currently available as a freelance field recorder, producer and editor from now until the late summer of 2015.

Proficient with: Final cut pro, After effects, Audition, Hindenburg, Cooledit, Premiere, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Autodesk Sketchbook.

To learn more about Zebedee, visit his LinkedIn or take a look at his current resume.

Forrest Humphreys

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Hometown:
Viroqua, WI

Major:
Fine Arts

Personal Statement

My name is Forrest Humphrey. I am a visual artist and 2015 graduate from Antioch College in southwestern Ohio. My work is interdisciplinary, ranging from painting and drawing, sculpture and installation, and performance. I have a diverse background in Waldorf education, which puts a high priority on visual art, and circus arts. My primary interest, apart from visual art is education. This interest has led me to experiential education, including outdoor education like rock climbing and circus arts education. In both of these disciplines I seek to go beyond the traditional mental and analytical elements of education and engage student’s kinetic and interpersonal abilities.

My current artistic practice involves incorporation of personal experiences and memories into the artwork I create. Through personal experience I seek to examine how we relate to memory and ritual. Additionally, I examine how as an artist I relate to history—both my own personal history and the discipline of art history. In my work I try to be conscious of how I can critique and relate to art history. My goal is to understand where I fit into the art world and how to communicate effectively within that world.

To learn more about Forrest, visit his website or take a look at his current resume.

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