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OUTCOMES

Where will your Centre education take you? For the class of 2017, it has led to a 97%
success rate.

ONE YEAR AFTER GRADUATION

Class of 2017, 98% reporting

97% of the class of 2017 had successful outcomes

69% Employed

28% Enrolled in graduate school

2% Still seeking*

1% Other (travel & volunteer)

*Graduates who are significantly underemployed are included here.

CLASS OF 2017 EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY

Employment percentages by job industry

Other industries: Sports (3%), Consulting (2%), Counseling/Psychology (2%), Writing/Editing (2%), Engineering (1%)

SAMPLE OUTCOMES

FEATURED EMPLOYERS

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GRADUATE & PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS

The top graduate and professional school programs in which the Class of 2017 are enrolled are:

Graduate and professional school results by industry

Others: Post-baccalaureate classes (5%), Social Sciences (3%), Diplomacy/Public Policy (3%), Engineering (2%), Architecture (1%).

SCHOOLS

Carnegie Mellon University
Duke University
New York University
Vanderbilt University
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Boston University
Emory University
American University
Johns Hopkins University
University of Kentucky
UNC–Chapel Hill
Wake Forest University
University of Pennsylvania
Washington University in St. Louis
University of California–Riverside
DePaul University
Syracuse University

POST-GRADUATE HONORS

Fulbright in Madrid, Spain

Japan Exchange & Teaching Programme (JET)

Rotary Global Grant in England

JOB SEARCH RESOURCES
GRAD SCHOOL RESOURCES

INTERNSHIPS & RESEARCH

Approximately 87 percent of Centre students engage in an internship or conduct collaborative research on or off campus by the time they graduate—experiences guaranteed as part of the Centre Commitment.

The Center for Career & Professional Development, along with Centre faculty, will help you identify internship opportunities and provide advice throughout the application process. And you can apply for grants of up to $5,000 to support off-campus internships and research.

Sample International Internships 2017

  • U.S. Department of State (Tegucigalpa, Honduras)
  • British Parliament (London, England)
  • ISSTE Public Hospital (Merida, Mexico)
  • SAHA Global Leadership (Accra, Ghana)
  • Minmetals International Trust Co. (Beijing, China)
  • Financial management at Parami Institute (Yangon, Myanmar)
  • Vocal performance teaching fellowship (Assam, India)
  • Software development at iXperience (Cape Town, South Africa)
  • Human rights and social justice intern (Antigua, Guatemala)

Sample Domestic Internships 2017

  • Harvard University field research coordinator (Cambridge, Mass.)
  • Trusts and investments with M&T Bank (Harrisburg, Pa.)
  • Office of Senator Elizabeth Warren (Washington, D.C.)
  • Office of Senator Rand Paul (Washington, D.C.)
  • Heartland Veterinary Hospital (Danville, Ky.)
  • World Wide Organic Farms (Kula, Hawaii)
  • Massachusetts State Government (Boston, Mass.)
  • Education Outside (San Francisco, Calif.)
  • Tri-State Orthopaedics (Evansville, Ind.)
  • Kentucky Environmental Coalition (Lexington, Ky.)
  • Berkshire Theatre Group (Pittsfield, Mass.)
  • Vermont Community Garden Network (Burlington, Vt.)
  • Hollywood Boulevard Film Festival (Hollywood, Calif.)
  • Software engineering at Norton Healthcare (Louisville, Ky.)
  • Marketing at Fried Brothers Inc. (Philadelphia, Pa.)

Sample Off-Campus Research Projects 2017

  • Porcine research intern
  • Institute of Parasitic Diseases (Chengdu, China)
  • Molecular genetics research at Tennessee Tech University
  • Elementary mathematics pedagogy research (Lansing, Mich.)
  • Aquaculture research, Kasetsart University (Nakhonpathom, Thailand)
  • Cleveland Clinic, Stephanie Jones Health Center (Cleveland, Ohio)
  • National University of Natural Medicine (Portland, Ore.)
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