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When first-year students arrive at W&J, wide-eyed and excited, they wonder who their classmates will be. Will they be studious? Social? Liberal? Conservative? They also wonder who they will become. Although W&J only has about 12,000 living alumni, it has graduated leaders in almost every field from architecture to zoology. At W&J, we give our students the knowledge and skills needed to be successful in any number of fields — from healthcare to sports management to technology. No matter which of our majors our students choose to study, the lessons learned at W&J will prepare them to make the tough decisions and tackle the challenges that face leaders in every profession. W&J doesn't simply prepare students for jobs; we prepare them for careers. That's the W&J advantage.

For additional information on any of these potential career paths, please contact W&J's career services department at careerservices@washjeff.edu

Not sure where to begin? Here are some examples of career paths taken by former and current W&J students:

Alternative Energy Specialist

Athletic Coach 

Athletic Director

Attorney

Business Manager

CEO

Chiropractor

Civil Engineer

Dentist

Doctor 

Doctor (Osteopathic) 

Doctor of Optometry

Doctors Without Borders

Electrical Engineer

Energy 

Environmental Engineer 

Film Maker

Financial Analyst 

Financial Services 

Graphic Designer

Hospitality Manager

Illustrator 

International Business Leader

International Development Worker

International Social Worker

Judge

Mechanical Engineer 

Medical Researcher 

Multi-Media Producer

Nurse

Occupational Therapist

Opthamologist 

Peace Corps

Pharmacist

Physical Therapist

Podiatrist

Principal 

Public Health Worker

Sports Management 

Teacher

Teach for America 

Veterinarian 

Web Developer