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Connor Jackson

Connor Jackson ’15

About Me

I graduated from Carleton College in 2015, with a degree in Political Science. In addition to my studies, I ran cross country as well as track and field, served on student government, and volunteered with the local Special Olympics chapter. After graduating, I spent two years working with a college access program in Chicagoland, Illinois. In this role I worked on reading and writing skills with high school students from first-generation, low-income, minority backgrounds. Though recently a Midwest transplant, I grew up in New Hampshire where I attended a Waldorf school through eighth grade. I love dogs, throwing frisbee, and all Boston sports. I am so excited to be working in the Admissions Department, and to return to the great state of Minnesota.


Education & Professional History

Scholar Coach, Schuler Scholar Program, Gurnee IL

Political Intern, Democracy for America, Burlington VT

Resident Assistant & Teachers Assistant, Center for Talent Development at Northwestern University, Evanston IL

Special Olympics Program Director, Northfield MN

Driver's Helper, UPS, Hollis NH

Profile updated June 12, 2018

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