Internships, Jobs and Graduate School

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Curious about Bardian careers and internships? 

Check out the career and internship profiles of some of our students and alumni/ae below. We also feature profiles and student and alumni/ae news on Instragram, @bardcollegecdo. Have some news to share or would like to submit a profile? Contact us! 

Annual outcomes are reported six months after our First Destination Survey is completed for each graduating class year. A long-term summary of companies and organizations, graduate schools, and internship sites where our Bardians have worked or attended after, or interned during, their academic years at Bard College is available below. 

 

Alumni/ae & Student Profiles

Cameron Ogg ’11, Graduate Research Assistant & PhD Candidate in Neuroscience, University of Tennessee Health Science Center

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Cameron Ogg graduated from Bard in 2011 with a degree in Biology and concentration in Global Public Health. After Bard, Cameron worked at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital before going to graduate school, where she’ll be earning her PhD in Neuroscience this August. Expand for Cameron Ogg ’11, Graduate Research Assistant & PhD Candidate in Neuroscience, University of Tennessee Health Science Center Expand

Grayson Morley '13, MFA Candidate, Fiction, Iowa Writers' Workshop

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Meet Grayson Morley, a 2013 written arts graduate. Grayson is currently pursuing his MFA in Fiction at the Iowa Writers' Workshop. Expand for Grayson Morley '13, MFA Candidate, Fiction, Iowa Writers' Workshop Expand

Julia Jardine ’16, Assistant to the Director, The Eleanor Roosevelt Val-Kill Partnership

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Meet Julia, a 2016 grad who currently serves as the assistant to the director of The Eleanor Roosevelt Val-Kill Partnership. Julia studied Human Rights at Bard and has been working at Val-Kill since graduation. Expand for Julia Jardine ’16, Assistant to the Director, The Eleanor Roosevelt Val-Kill Partnership Expand

Monica Elkinton ’03, Assistant Municipal Attorney, Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska

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Meet Monica, class of 2003. Monica studied Mathematics at Bard and went on to Northeastern University School of Law in Boston, MA. Expand for Monica Elkinton ’03, Assistant Municipal Attorney, Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska Expand

Internships, Jobs and Graduate School 

Outcomes for the Class of 2016
Bard College graduates pursue an array of professional paths. Each year, the Career Development Office collects outcomes data* during the first six months after graduation. For each class year, data is collected through our First Destination Survey (FDS), Alumni/ae Affairs, faculty and staff, employers, and LinkedIn. For the class fo 2016, our knowledge rate is 62%. The following information includes a summary of 2016 outcomes data:

  • 67% Employed
  • 22% Continuing Education
  • 8% Seeking Employment
  • 2% Seeking Education
  • 1% Service/Volunteer
*Data has been collected and reported in accordance with the National Association of Colleges and Employers Standards.

Ten-Year Graduate School Completion
32% of the Bard College undergraduate class of 2008 have completed a graduate degree by 2018, according to National Student Clearinghouse data.

Long-Term Employer & Graduate School Summary
Bard College students and graduates have pursued internships, jobs and graduate school at a variety of organizations, companies, and institutions. You can download lists for each of these categories which include highlights from the past several years. Information featured in these downloads has been collected through our First Destination Survey (FDS), Alumni/ae Affairs, faculty and staff, employers, and LinkedIn.