Examine Career Development OpportunitiesCareer Development
Stay CuriousGraduate and Professional School
Think BigFellowships & Scholarships
Take Risks, Solve Problems, Create ThingsEntrepreneurship
Our mantra at Colgate is “early and often.” We have very specific strategies and processes that are connected with our students as they’re matriculating.Michael Sciola Associate vice president for institutional advancement and career initiatives
Colgate Career Services engages with students throughout their Colgate experience — from their first year, to their senior year and beyond — to explore careers, develop goals, and achieve success after graduation.
Take a closer look at the ways that Colgate students prepare for their careers and how they can leverage the power of Colgate’s alumni network to jumpstart this process.
Graduate & Professional Education
Many Colgate graduates continue their education at top-tier graduate and professional schools. Resources at Colgate, including pre-professional planning programs and advisers to assist with application preparation, help students begin pursuit of their post-graduation goals.
Colgate’s liberal arts foundation, paired with professional advising support on campus, prepares students for success at top-level graduate schools and programs.
National Fellowships and Scholarships
Colgate students are high achievers, and they are prepared throughout their four years by one of the nation’s most academically rigorous curricula. This prepares Colgate students uniquely well to pursue nationally competitive fellowships and scholarships, such as Watson, Fulbright, Churchill, and Rhodes awards.
The Office of National Fellowships and Scholarships is entirely dedicated to helping students find opportunities suited to their skills, and assisting them in the preparation of their applications.
With innovation proceeding at a staggering pace, Colgate understands that many of the future’s most promising careers don’t yet exist.
Learn how Colgate funds and supports entrepreneurship to prepare students for career success in existing industries, and in those they have yet to imagine.