Life Beyond the Limestone 2010
Students and recent alumni share their career plans, success stories.
June 30, 2010
Students and recent alumni are starting careers, earning scholarships and other awards, and going to prestigious graduate and professional schools.
Through hands-learning in the classroom and beyond, strong faculty-student bonds forged in research and fieldwork and the college’s commitment to global education and environmental sustainability, Dickinson students develop the skills to be the engaged citizens that founder Benjamin Rush envisioned.
These skills, fostered in Dickinson’s distinctive liberal-arts atmosphere, benefit them beyond the limestone walls, preparing them to excel in fields including law, medicine and health services, scientific research, the arts, business and finance, public service, education, community service, environmental studies, the military and religion.
From fellowships at prestigious graduate and professional schools to international-research scholarships, from positions with financial giants to internships with prestigious theatre companies, students and alumni are tapping into Dickinson’s strong network and securing desirable positions on Wall Street, Main Street and beyond.
Below are examples of what students are doing with their distinctively Dickinson educations.
Scholarships and Other Honors (2010)
Graduate and Professional Schools (2010)
Employment and Internships (2010)
Read more about the value of a Dickinson education or about how other alumni are using their liberal-arts education.