College graduates in the United States face a self-destructive challenge today. The cost of higher education is skyrocketing, translating into decades of loan payments, and traditional college coursework is not preparing students with the skills needed in today’s job market. So, while more high school graduates than ever are choosing to pursue postsecondary education, the […]
About Lauren Altobelli
As a student at Villanova University, I graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science and Honors in May 2018 and will graduate with a Master's Degree in Political Science in May 2019. I am also a fellow of the Matthew J. Ryan Center on campus, which pursues the study of free institutions and the public good through student-only conversations and student-professor conferences. I was also a captain on the Women's Club Lacrosse team and volunteered with the Special Olympics. At Pioneer, I will work on promoting the winners of the 2018 Better Government Competition.