Washington College prepares students of all academic interests and journeys in the liberal arts tradition; the gift of communication, collaboration, and problem-solving. Students are ready to tackle the world’s great problems from health fields to history, Washington College students seek career opportunities across a wide spectrum of possibilities.
The value of the liberal arts experience empowers students to discover and develop a wide range of interests, skills and competencies which are highly desired across all industries and sectors. Your academic major does not limit you to a specific path but prepares you for roles of the future. Your future job may not exist yet! Every day, new roles are created through technological advancements. Pursue your passion and your dream. Explore our Career Community testimonials and learn about student’s journeys.
By exploring communities, you will gain insights to various career options and current industry information that will support exploration and good decision-making. You will have access to relevant news, blogs, and employment opportunities that may align with your interests. The career center staff is available to support you through this discovery and exploration process. Remember, appointments can be requested through Handshake.
Dilyn is a Junior majoring in Education with a minor in English.
Men’s Basketball Team
“I chose the education path pretty early in my education journey, around sophomore or junior year of high school. I chose this path because I …
Amber is a Junior majoring in Environmental Studies with a minor in Anthropology.
Intern at The Center for Career Development
“I chose to be an Environmental Studies major because I grew up camping and always loved the outdoors. Washington College’s …
Erin is a Junior majoring in Communication and Media Studies with dual minors in Political Science and Secondary Education.
Greek, Admissions, Peer Mentor, Rowing
“From the moment I met with Dr. Alicia Kozma on Summer Advising Day, I knew that …
Amelia is a Senior majoring in Business Management with dual minors in Psychology and Marketing.
Softball, Enactus, National Society of Leadership and Success, Career Center Intern
“I chose to go down the Business Management path because I knew having a liberal …