Career Development Office
The liberal arts experience positions students and alumnae/i with a highly valued foundation for rewarding, stimulating and successful careers building on their interests in and outside of the classroom. Well developed communication skills, critical thinking, problem solving, breadth of interdisciplinary thought and in depth research are keystone building blocks for long term career success and leadership. Curricular and co-curricular experiences are intentionally designed to create ample opportunity for engagement in actively exploring interests and developing related skill sets as one’s career interests begin to take form and grow during the college years. Career Development programs serve to engage students throughout their Bryn Mawr experience with first hand exploration as well as hands on experience in fields of interest. CDO encourages active career exploration, research and reflection beginning in the first year and throughout the years at the College. In recent years, CDO programs have focused on careers in the arts, business and finance, communications, education, sustainability, technology, gap year programs, law, mathematics, health, international relations and conflict resolution. Each year brings a new variety of topics. Alumnae/i are invited to continue to utilize as well as contribute to our services and active alumnae/i networks.
The following list offers a sampling of Career Development services.