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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Not sure where to begin? Here are some examples of career paths taken by former and current W&J students:
Alternative Energy Specialist
Doctor of Optometry
Doctors Without Borders
International Business Leader
International Development Worker
International Social Worker
Public Health Worker
Teach for America