Success After St. Mike's

Success after St. Mike's

A St. Mike's education lasts a lifetime.

Destinations for Saint Michael's graduates:

71% Full-time employment
14% Graduate school
9% Part-time employment
9% Volunteer
* information from the Saint Michael's College First Destination Survey

No matter what path they choose, our alumni take with them a solid foundation in the liberal arts, a strong sense of self and a desire to give back to their communities. Our graduates are dentists, lawyers, teachers, entrepreneurs, members of the Peace Corps, professional snowboarders, composers, authors, social workers, politicians and activists.

While the vast majority of Saint Michael's students get full-time jobs immediately after graduation, 51 percent of our students will attend graduate or professional school within five years of leaving Saint Michael's. You'll find St. Mike's graduates at Harvard, Yale and Johns Hopkins, for example, where they're studying everything from medicine to business to biology.

The Career Education and Alumni Engagement Office helps students plan their career goals, develop interview skills, and search for jobs upon graduation. If you want to pursue graduate study, take advantage of our programs for Pre-med and Pre-law, graduate school preparation, graduate scholarships and fellowships, and special admission agreements with professional schools in the region.

The best part? No matter where life takes them, our alumni maintain strong connections to Saint Michael's and our students. "If someone with a St. Mike's connection calls me, I will always respond," says an alumni executive.

Employers include:

AmeriCorps French Ministry of Education Peace Corps
Archdioceses of Hartford GE Capital PricewaterhouseCoopers
Bank of America German Parliament RSM
Big East Athletic Conference Hartford Financial Services Reebok
Blue Cross and Blue Shield Harvard University Scholastic Publications
Boston Herald Hilton Hotels Ski Vermont
Boston University Jesuit Volunteer Corps Special Olympics Vermont
Brigham & Women's Hospital John Hancock Teach for America
Burton Snowboards Manhattan District Attorney's Office teachNOLA
Campaign for a Landmine-Free World Morgan Stanley UBS Financial Services
Catholic Charities MTV Networks United States Congress
Dana Farber Cancer Institute National Public Radio United States Senate
Deloitte New England Center for Children University of Alaska
Eli Lilly & Co. New England Sports Network U.S. Armed Forces
European Union The New York Times Wall Street Journal
ESPN World Health Organization
Franklin Templeton Investments Northwestern Mutual World Teach

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