Reason #17 You Should Visit
For more than 130 years, Smith women have gone on to interesting lives and outstanding achievements. Early graduates became doctors, lawyers and scientists at a time when some believed women to be incapable of higher learning. Today the answer to “What can I do with a liberal arts degree?” is still “Anything you want!”
Smith helps students like you pursue meaningful careers and leadership positions, not just get a job. Companies value liberal arts graduates for their critical-thinking and problem-solving skills, which are applicable in any field. Smith’s liberal arts foundation prepares you for life, while a flexible curriculum teaches you how to adapt to and succeed in an ever-changing work landscape.
Smith students have access to 48,000 alumnae in more than 120 countries, a network of hundreds of companies recruiting both on and off campus, and funding to make real-world connections through internships.
Within two years, 42 percent of Smith alumnae are engaged in graduate studies. Others defer graduate study until after a year or more of employment.
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Journalist and author Lori Tharps ’94 launched the blog “My American Meltingpot” as a way to explore issues of race, multiculturalism and pop culture. The topics hit home personally and professionally.
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