• 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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Career Outcomes

Class of 2014

Career Outcomes Six Months After Graduation

Pie chart showing outcomes Davidson graduates six months after graduation

Career Outcomes Standards and Protocols

Beginning with the Class of 2014, Davidson College will follow the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) standards and protocols for the collection and dissemination of graduating student initial career outcomes information for undergraduates. More than 250 institutions have indicated formally that they plan to collect and report outcomes data for Class of 2014 graduates using these standards and protocols.

  • The Class of 2014 includes 465 graduates who completed their degrees from July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2014
  • Data was collected through December 31, 2014

Outcome Categories:

  • Full-Time, Career-Related Employment: Working for 30 hours or more per week
  • Part-Time, Career-Related Employment: Working fewer than 30 hours per week
  • Self-Employed: Started a business, or working for one organization on a specific project that has a limited time frame and will not result in future employment
  • Post-Graduate Internship: Engaged in a short-term, experiential work experience
  • Volunteer Service: Participating in a volunteer or service program (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps, mission work)
  • Military Service: Serving in the U.S. Armed Forces
  • Continuing Education: Attending graduate school or other specialized post-graduate training
  • Seeking Employment: Seeking employment or engaged in the job-search process
  • Seeking Continuing Education: Seeking and have not yet enrolled in a program of continuing education
  • Not Seeking Employment or Continuing Education: Choosing not to pursue either employment or continuing education at this time
  • No Information Available: Have not responded to efforts to obtain information about post-graduation career plans

Employment, Education and Service Career Areas

color pie chard of Employment and Graduate Education by Career Area Class of 2014
Of the graduates who are employed, interning or in volunteer or military service, 47.9% work in the corporate sector, 39.3% work in the nonprofit sector and 12.8% work in the public sector.