The college experience does not last forever, but what you learn can remain with you the rest of your life. From your first day as a student, you have seized opportunities to develop within the Profiles through your classroom experiences and involvement opportunities. Whether you dream of pursuing an advanced degree, becoming a leader in your chosen profession, or giving back to the community, your time as a student will get you there.
The Profiles after graduation
For faculty and staff
Learn how faculty and staff can use the Profiles to help students succeed in life after graduation.
Advance your career with the Profiles
Regardless of the field, industry, or area you choose to work in, the Profiles can serve you well. Employers consistently cite the ability to communicate, problem solve, and innovate as the most desirable skills when hiring. Also at the top of the list are collaboration and teamwork, which are inherent within the community contributor profile.
Commit to others, commit to lifelong learning
Learning does not stop when you cross the stage at commencement. Rather, graduation is the beginning of a new journey that involves a continuous quest for knowledge. As you continue to learn, communicate, innovate, and solve problems, we hope you will use these knowledge and skills to do good for yourself and others, becoming a valued contributor to your community.