Explore career opportunities in a diverse array of Career Communities through these informal Q&A sessions with alumni and other professionals. Hear about what they do, how they got there, and what advice they’d offer you to do something similar. This session features Madeline Carrola ’19, Policy and Planning Analyst, South Alamo Regional Alliance for the Homeless.

Madeline graduated from SU with feminist studies and sociology majors in 2019. While at SU she was active in the CDSJ, Reproductive Justice Alliance, Student Foundation, and Korouva Milk Bar, while also working as a writing consultant at the Debby Ellis Writing Center and as the student director of the Office of Diversity Education. Madeline also worked as a congressional intern, as a teaching fellow for Breakthrough Central Texas and as a research assistant for the sociology department. Prior to her role at the South Alamo Regional Alliance for the Homeless, Madeline worked with another San Antonio non-profit, Haven for Hope.

Southwestern University supports learning wherever it takes place. The Center for Career & Professional Development contributes to the Southwestern University Student Life MOSAIC initiative by providing advising, programming and resources to help students develop as a whole person. This event helps you to:

  • Make Meaning of the Academic Experience
  • Shape Your Professional Identity