Anna Zastrow '17
Currently, I am a conservation technician at the Library of Congress. I work with the conservators and preservation specialists at the Library to conserve and preserve items from the collection. I've worked on everything from assessing early Mesoamerican collections, to stabilizing a jumbled box of captured WWII Nazis broadcast transcripts, to treating an early 1950s neon movie poster.
The various iterations of the Archaeology practicum taught by Professor Charles Fithian.
Fondest WC Memory
Going to Maria Falzone's Sex Rules Stand-Up at my freshman orientation and every orientation after as a peer mentor!
Let’s Hear It for the Liberal Arts
I made good connections with the networking opportunities I had while at Washington College and the Explore America internships I had my last two summers really solidified and expanded those connections.
Don't be afraid of reaching out to people and asking questions, you can't make connections without putting your foot forward. The worst that can happen is they don't respond, but in my experience most are happy to help.