Many recent graduates whose studies have focused on the Middle East have chosen to pursue advocacy-oriented careers in non-governmental and service organizations, like:
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Project on Middle East Democracy
Teach for America
Others have gone on to graduate programs in law, public policy, and international affairs, at institutions like:
Tulane Law School
Suffolk Law School
Andrew Mahoney '11 in front of the
Al-Amin Mosque in central Beirut,
near the Carnegie offices.
Andrew Mahoney '11 currently works as a research intern at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace's Beirut office, helping to prepare the think tank's policy papers on developments throughout the region. At HWS, he did an individual major in Political Economy of the Middle East, and worked at the Project on Middle East Democracy in Washington, D.C., before going to Beirut. Mahoney also studied in Amman, Jordan, and in the Colleges' Arabic program.