Graduates go on to a variety of careers. They hold positions as teachers as well as in education policy and research, school leadership and administration, academia, and educational technology as well as in allied fields such as social work and counseling. Several recent graduates of the Class of 2018 shared the following about their next steps in the field of education:
- "I will be a Bilingual Counselor Assistant and a Resident Tutor at ABC Lower Merion"
- "I started working at Education Law Center at the beginning of July through the Haverford House fellowship and will be there until next June! Hoping to decide whether to go to graduate school and/or obtain my teacher's certification afterwards."
- "I'll be a 5th grade Associate Teacher at Brooke Charter Schools in Boston! It's an amazing network of schools that is really closing the achievement gap in Boston."
- "Penn Boarding School Teaching Residency Program"
- "I am going to be teaching Latin in the West Chester Area School District (at Henderson High School and Peirce Middle School)"
- "Starting at the end of August I will begin work as an Avodah Service Corp Member. I will be living in a communal house in Washington D.C. while working for a non-profit organization called Food and Friends which focuses on addressing issues of food insecurity in the lives of people and families living with long term illness."
- "I will be working as an Academic Technologist at St. Luke's School in New Canaan, CT."
- Rashidah N. Andrews '02
- David Bamat '09
- Paola Bernal '17
- Clio Bodie '17
- Tong Tong '16
- David White '17