• Networking Opportunities

    Our office offers a variety of opportunities for students to network with alumni and parents, including a winter break job shadowing program, summer internships, career talks and panels, and on-campus networking receptions.

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  • Davidson Impact Fellows

    This post-graduate fellowship initiative enables recent Davidson graduates to work directly with high-level leaders at nonprofit organizations that address critical social issues such as health, education, and the environment.

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  • Job Shadowing Program

    Offered over winter break, our Job Shadowing Program provides one and multi-day shadowing experiences that allow students to spend time with an alumni or parent volunteer at work, learning more about the profession and receiving career-related advice.

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Annual Report & Outcomes

The Center for Career Development empowers students to assess and achieve their post-Davidson goals.

We fulfill this purpose through programs, services, and opportunities that provide students with confidence to explore how their academic and personal interests relate to future professional opportunities; prepare for entrance into internships, employment, fellowships and graduate school programs; experience the world of work through internship or research opportunities and succeed in obtaining entrance into post-Davidson employment or further education programs.

Class of 2013

Outcomes Six Months After Graduation

Career Development's recruiting team works with the employers and graduate programs seeking to recruit Davidson students and alumni. Services include on-campus interviews, résumé referrals, information sessions, career fairs, and participation in the Selective Liberal Arts Consortium and the Liberal Arts Career Network.

Employment & Graduate Education by Career Area