Our career program sets us apart

Conn’s four-year program, offered through the Office of Career and Professional Development, starts the moment you get here. Your career adviser is part of an advising team that will be with you every step of the way. You will learn to trust self-assessment, and try out real-world networking and professional skills.

Our program gets results. A year after graduating, 96 percent of our alumni are employed or in graduate school.

4 years of integrated career preparation
80% of students participate in our career program
$3,000 for a career related internship or research experience
96% of alumni employed or in graduate school one year after graduation

Put everything you’ve learned to work 

The summer before your senior year, you’ll take everything you’ve learned in class and through local engagement and put it to work in an internship. We offer every student up to $3,000 in funding, so you have the freedom to choose the internship that’s right for you.

We’re one of only a handful of colleges in the country that offers a funded internship to all students. Each year, almost 80 percent of students participate in the program, working in nearly every field and all across the world. Check out some recent internships


Be prepared

At Conn, you’ll develop the career and networking skills you’ll need for a 21st-century career. You’ll have access to our vast alumni network—an exclusive community 27,000 members strong. These successful alumni will offer insights on everything from refining networking skills to landing the right job.

As a graduate of Conn, you join this network of innovators and leaders across disciplines and around the globe. Recent graduates have gone on to jobs with Amazon.com, JPMorgan Chase, Polo Ralph Lauren, Scholastic and many more companies. About half of our graduates also go on to earn advanced degrees within 10 years of graduation.

90% of recent alumni said our career program helped them find their jobs
50% of alumni earn graduate degrees within 10 years of graduation