McCulloch, '93, Finds Niche at Phi Beta Kappa

Ann McCulloch, class of 1993, Albion College
Sometimes, as Ann McCulloch, '93, has discovered, a new start can be found in the place you least expect. For the Ford Institute alumna, it was in one of the places she knew best and loved most. For the past year, she's been the director of chapter and association relations for Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest collegiate honors program in the country and an organization near and dear to her heart.

Baker, '16, Protects Vulnerable Citizens Through Probate Internship

Krisitine Baker
Ensuring the safety of society's most vulnerable members is often a legal matter, and this summer some of that work was handled by Kristine Baker, '16, through an internship with Ingham County Probate Court. Focused on cases involving young children and legally incapacitated adults, Baker visited homes and spent part of nearly every day testifying in front of a judge.

Moore, '16, Serves the State Dept. in Zambia

Mitchell Moore, '16, outside the U.S. Embassy in Lusaka, Zambia
"I have developed a passion for international politics and diplomacy through my learning with the Political Science Department," says Mitchell Moore, '16. "So I filled out an online application for a summer internship through the U.S. Department of State, and that's brought me halfway around the world working on our country's behalf in Zambia."

Ford Institute, City Welcome 120 for Week of Volunteering

A member of Knox Presbyterian Church at Albion's Holland Park Playground build
Albion College's Ford Institute was hopping June 14-20 as staffers organized a visit by 120 members of Knox Presbyterian Church from Naperville, Illinois. The church, which has a College connection via the Ford Institute, chose the Albion community as its annual mission trip destination.

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