U.S. Army 1st Lt. Antonio “Tony” Ramos-Michael ’20 has no trouble envisioning his future: eight years of active-duty service followed by 12 years as a reservist or member of the National Guard. After completing his active-duty commitment, he’ll seek a job in government at the state or local level, or even the federal level if the right opportunity presents itself. “I like the idea of making laws or policies to help the little guy,” he observed. And when he’s a bit older, he’d like to try his hand at teaching like his father, who taught elementary school for many years. “I think it would be fun to be a high school history teacher,” he mused.