Where They’re Headed: Hannah Davis ’13

In another installment of our series on the post-graduation plans of the Class of 2013, Hannah Davis ’13 talks about her plans to work as a resident assistant at the American International School of Salzburg in Austria.

This coming school year, anthropology major Hannah Davis ’13 will begin working at the American International School of Salzburg in Austria, as a resident assistant. Her responsibilities, reports Davis, will include “living in the dorms, helping run study hall, tutoring, running evening and weekend activities, mentoring, counseling, and helping to coach women’s soccer.”


Davis first learned about this position through Search Associates, a program that matches teachers to schools internationally. “I knew going into the [job hunting] process that I wanted to work in a school and that I wanted the opportunity to travel,” Davis said.

Davis plans to return to the United States following her tenure with the American International School of Salzburg to pursue a master’s degree in special education and autism education.


“Where They’re Headed” is a series of occasional blog posts reporting on the post-Haverford plans of members of the Class of 2013.