What is your next step?
College is the time to explore the world and all the opportunities it offers! Your future is not chosen in isolation, but is a compilation of all parts of who you are — your personality, your likes and dislikes, your values, your skills, and so much more.
Discover Your Options
How do you choose a major? What is your passion? Hobbies? Skills? Dreams? Make an appointment. Let us help you determine which career fields match your desires. Then, you’ll know the major to best reach your goals.
What is an internship? How will it help me find a job? How do I land an internship with the company I’m after? Internships or job shadowing provides you with real world experience. Internships give you real-world experience in a career field of your interest, is a great resume builder, and can often lead to a full-time job. Learn the steps that you can take to land an outstanding internship!
Make It Happen
Are you ready to start the job search? From developing a professional resume and cover letter to fine-tuning your interviewing skills, we can help you succeed in a competitive market.
Post-Graduation, First Destination Rates
(Employment and Graduate School Rates)
In an effort to measure the achievements of King’s graduates, Career Center staff track rates of employment and graduate school acceptance. As of the 2018-19 graduating class – any alumna or alumnus with a degree conferred between July 1, 2018 and June 30, 2019 – Career Center staff collect data on all undergraduates. This tracking process includes administration of surveys at the time of graduation as well as six months following graduation. Career Center staff also use publically available data to obtain information. Additionally, faculty and staff provide such details to Career Center staff for the purpose of this tracking. Furthermore, the Institutional Research Office uses data from the National Student Clearinghouse to collect information on Graduate School rates. Through this process, the Institution strives to have a 90% Knowledge Rate of our graduates.
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Additionally, the Institution aspires to have the known data show that 80% of graduates are employed, 15% of graduates are pursuing further education, and 5% of graduates are in some other category.
Below are the results of tracking rates of employment and graduate school acceptance:
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