Graduates of this program follow a variety of careers. Some have gone directly into the professional world, for example, working for the federal government, state environmental services, or private business. Many students enter graduate programs in the social sciences, and education. Recent graduates hold positions as diverse as a bookstore manager, an editorial assistant, and a children’s counselor.
The Academic and Career Planning Center (ACPC) assists students with career and life planning. You may schedule appointments with the ACPC staff to discuss career interests, skills, values, and goal setting, as well as how to find career information, internships, full-time jobs, and graduate schools. Students are encouraged to utilize the services of the ACPC.