The Equity and Inclusion Office is committed to supporting scholars during their senior year. We provide advising and resources as students craft a Senior Project, complete their academic requirements, and prepare for life after college.
Senior Year Resources
Visit the senior year webpage for information about Senior Project, fellowship applications, career development, and more.
The Bard Career Development Office (CDO) helps students translate their liberal arts education to the workplace through a variety of programs and resources. From one-on-one meetings, workshops, and special events, to collaborations with other Bard offices, alumni/ae and parents, CDO staff help students connect their skills, interests and values to a career path throughout their college life and after graduation.
The Bard College Alumni/ae Association works to strengthen the connection between alumni/ae and the College and help alumni/ae stay in touch with Bardians, new and old. There are over 15,000 Bard alumni/ae and the number is growing. The Alumni/ae Association is an excellent resource for graduating seniors as they explore career paths or prepare to move to a new city.
BardWorks is a career-oriented professional development program for juniors and seniors that prepares them for success in the workplace. Drawing on the College’s extensive alumni/ae and family networks, we pair students with a mentor in their field of interest, and help them develop interview, resume, and networking skills. Our ultimate aim: to create a community of leaders who will succeed professionally and make a difference in the lives of others.