You don’t have to choose between a liberal arts education and one that prepares you for a meaningful career or graduate school program. More than 50% of recent graduates have been accepted to well-known graduate programs, and despite the economic downturn, our graduates are obtaining jobs more quickly and with higher salaries than in previous years.
Fellowships and Academic Distinctions, Class of 2014
- 6 Fulbright finalists
- 5 Teach for America acceptances
- 3+ Americorps acceptances
- 1 Davis Project for Peace recipient
- 1 Napier Initiative Awardee
- 3 Teaching Fellowships Abroad
Seventeen percent of the class will start graduate/professional school the fall at places like UCLA, Boston College, USC, Washington University in St. Louis, Columbia University, New York University, and University of Geneva, and Stanford University.
Scripps students display multiple talents, aptitudes, and abilities that can be applied to a multitude of occupations. That can make the process of finding the perfect career, encompassing all of your passions, a daunting task!
Our Career Planning & Resources (CP&R) staff has years of experience helping students to envision, formulate, and move towards future goals. They have a wide range of tools such as an Action Plan that gives you year-by-year directions to help you explore, test, and find a new career.
The CP&R office also offers a centralized, online system for Scripps students to explore employment opportunities, including internships, Work Study positions, fellowships, and other career-related options. Thousands of internships and fellowship listings can be accessed through our membership with the Nationwide Internships Consortium (NIC), and students can network with Scripps alumnae through Life Connections, our online alumnae volunteer database.