Albert Tielebein Mathematics with Teaching May, 2012
Albert has been working as a Systems Engineer at Lockheed Martin for the last 3 years. Currently he is working with the Navy in Japan.
Angelina Angelucci Biology with Teaching December, 2018
Angelina is working as a Laboratory and Research Technician at University of Virginia. On her job, she gets to train undergraduates in her area about lab techniques and concepts. Angelina also runs a mini course for elementary students to learn topics outside of school in a casual setting.
Deborah Barkley General Science w/ Teaching May, 2016
Deborah is teaching 6th grade science at the Science Leadership Academy at Beeber. She is also getting her Master’s in Educational Leadership at Holy Family University and a certificate in Project Based Learning from the University of Pennsylvania.
Elizabeth Szablya Biology with Teaching January, 2014
Last year, Elizabeth left Philadelphia School District and Kensington CAPA after 5 years to assist a new international school develop their science program, and to teach science to 9th to 12th graders. She currently works at the Unity Concord International School in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Jamie Tielebein Chemistry with Teaching May, 2013
Two years ago, Jamie left her teaching position at Franklin Towne Charter to focus on her family. In the summer 2019, Jamie relocated to Yokohama, Japan with her husband for his work project. She is planning to start a Master’s program there this Spring!
Linsa Sunny Chemistry with Teaching May, 2014
Linsa is in her 6th year of teaching at Cheltenham High School. She is also in her 2nd year of teaching Project Based Learning Chemistry.
Rachel Hagel Mathematics with Teaching December, 2017
Rachel recently accepted a director position at the YMCA and is writing a STEM and Character Development curriculum for multiple middle school programs at the YMCA. She is also hoping to start teaching math once she transfers her license to Colorado.
Amanda Schantz Mathematics with Teaching May, 2017
Amanda is in her 3rd year of teaching Math and Computer Science at Central High School. Also, this is Amanda’s 3rd semester of co-teaching the Compute STEM course at Temple.
Ashley Devoy Biology with Teaching May, 2014
Ashley is in her 6th year of teaching 9th grade Biology and IB Biology at Bodine High School in the school district. She’s getting her Master’s degree in Education: STEM Leadership through an online program under the American College of Education.
Donna Griffis General Science with Teaching May, 2014
Donna is teaching 8th grade science and 12th grade environmental engineering at a charter school in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. She is also enrolled in a Master’s program at Moravian College. She’s very happy that in her program she gets to design her own curriculum at her job!
Gianna Pinardo Mathematics with Teaching December, 2018
Gianna is currently teaching math to 9th and 10th graders at Lower Moreland High School. She is working as the LTS this year, and is hoping for a potential contract next year.
Julia Matesich Chemistry with Teaching May, 2015
Julia has been working as a technical training specialist for Eurofins Scientific for the last 4 years where she teaches new employees proper lab skills and various bio-pharmaceutical tests.
Manali Saraiya Biology with Teaching May, 2011
Manali is finishing her Internal Medicine residency at the Brooklyn Hospital Center. She is hoping to incorporate education and teaching sometime in the future.
Sean Kennedy Biology with Teaching January, 2013
Sean is in his 7th year of teaching science and technology at La Academia Partnership Charter School in Lancaster, PA. This is also his 2nd year as an Esports General Manager in the North American Scholastic Esports Federation.
Amy Gutekunst Chemistry with Teaching May, 2013
Amy is starting an accelerated BSN program at New York University next week and will become a nurse by the end of 2020.
Christopher Velasquez Biology with Teaching January, 2013
Christopher is in his 2nd year of his Emergency Medicine Residency at Virginia Commonwealth University. He is planning to get involved in high school education in some way in the future.
Dylan Peay Biology with Teaching July, 2016
Dylan is in his PhD program at Arizona State University for Behavioral Neuroscience. He has about 2 1/2 years remaining. He completed his Master’s degree last year and is expecting his first publication to be out in the beginning of 2020!
Holly Wagner General Science with Teaching December, 2015
This is Holly’s 4th year of teaching science to 6th, 7th and 8th graders in South Philadelphia (PA.) She is also getting her Master’s degree for Educational Leadership with a Principal certification.
Kevin Acker General Science with Teaching May, 2018
Kevin is in his 2nd year of teaching Chemistry at Ridley High School. He is also working on his Master’s degree in Instructional Technology.
Miranda Kelly-Gever Biology with Teaching May, 2016
Miranda is working as a certified medical assistant at a family medicine practice, but she will be starting physician assistant school at Lock Haven soon. She is very excited about becoming a Physician Assistant and help teach future applicants.
Tran Vo-Naber Mathematics with Teaching May, 2014
Tran completed his Master’s degree last year and this is this 5th year of teaching. He has also been working at the Philadelphia Job Corps Life Science Institute for the last 2 1/2 years. He is planning to move to a career different than teaching and/or continue his education.
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