Many of our graduates are motivated by service and activism and have entered careers in social services, education, healthcare, law, government, and nonprofits.

Recent graduates have gone on to careers including:

  • photojournalist
  • higher education administrator
  • law clerk
  • residence hall director
  • sexual assault community advocate
  • LGBTQ+ resource center director
  • compliance project coordinator
  • school-based therapist
  • recovery care specialist
  • college lecturer
  • copy editor

Other possibilities include:

  • human resource management, recruiting, employee training and assistance
  • victim services counseling
  • health education
  • whatever your passion is!

These programs can also make you a more marketable potential employee after college. As studies from the “Wall Street Journal,”, and others have shown, employers want to hire people who are diversity-conscious. This is true across disciplines, from the humanities to STEM fields. Employers want employees to be knowledgeable of contexts and experiences outside of their own.