Chloe Stargel graduated in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science in International Affairs and Modern Languages with a concentration in French. While at Tech, she studied abroad at Science Po, where she focused on International Affairs, Comparative Politics and French. She volunteered with the International Rescue Committee’s First Things First Program, where she taught English and Literacy courses to refugee families. Following graduation, Chloe joined Accenture’s Federal Branch in DC, where she is a Business Analyst. In this capacity, she works on the Department of State’s account.
The amazing professors helped provide guidance and the small class size allowed for me to grow great lifelong relationships with both my classmates and my teachers :)
Studying International Affairs helped provide me with key knowledge and skills needed to pursue a career with a technology consulting firm focused on contracting for the US government. The Nunn School's interdisciplinary curriculum allowed me to use both my technology and liberal arts background to help solve ongoing problems plaguing our government in innovative ways.
Without interning in DC with OPIC my junior year, I would have never fallen in love with DC and moved up right after school. All the incredible internship experiences helped prepare me for the working world and brought me several mentors along the way.
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WOULD YOU CHOOSE THE NUNN SCHOOL AGAIN?
I would choose the Nunn School every time :) The Nunn School's incredible faculty, small class sizes, and interdisciplinary approach were pivotal components of my education and helped prepare me for my professional career.
Do I have to choose just one?! My favorites would have to be Dr. Birchfield who always inspires me to keep pushing myself and Dr. Rubin :)