Position Yourself for What's Next
At Emory, we know employers want employees with a liberal arts education, as do graduate and professional schools. Our graduates are known for their broad knowledge and exceptional abilities to reason and communicate across disciplines. Plus, Emory students have solid skills and experience in their toolkits, developed from four years of pairing liberal arts with research and discovery. Our students are prepared and in demand after graduation.
Enjoy that in-demand feeling
Within less than three months after graduation, Class of 2016 Emory graduates are pursuing the following opportunities.
The Emory Career Center collects information up to three months after graduation versus the national standard of six months after graduation. We believe this is a more accurate representation of career outcomes shortly after graduation. (Numbers add up to more than 100 due to rounding.)
Connect with the Career Center
The Career Center offers workshops, programs, and targeted advising for students looking for internships as well as that first job or graduate and professional school acceptance. The PreHealth Mentoring Office and Pre-Law Advising Office offer specialized guidance to interested students all four years.
Network with Power
Yet another powerful career asset for our students is Emory's 133,000 alumni who live worldwide and are engaged in a range of careers. They are an eager resource for students looking for mentoring and advice in their careers and life after Emory.