Working at a University After Graduate School

You don’t have to be a professor to work at a university! Here are some alumni who make a difference at universities, in some pretty cool alt-ac roles.

Spend your career advising others and help students find their path. Alumna, Jennifer Banning talks job search success and her work as a career advisor here.

Use your English skills to your advantage. Thinking broadly and creatively is one skill that has helped alumnus Alex Wenning in the job market. Find out more about how your graduate degree can work for you.

From the classroom to the boardroom. Learn about alumna Sarah Smith-Robbins’ journey from graduate school to the world of business.

Your Path

Surrounding yourself with good people and thinking long term are just a couple of tips alumna Tiffany Sedberry Reiger gives to students in graduate school.

Getting funding and remembering your value are two pieces of advice alumna Johna Picco has for graduate students.

Other Ways an English Degree Can Kickstart Your Career

From graduate school to archival work, read how one alumna combined her passion for history and her English skills to land a job as an archivist.