Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey!
Your reponses are key to information that will assist in improving services at the college as well as provide information in respond to questions from faculty, graduate schools, employers, alumni, and prospective students. Grouped data is also used in response to requests from organizations like Barron’s, Peterson’s and U.S. News and World Report.
Information provided will remain strictly confidential and absolutely no identifying information will be used.
How to complete the survey
- You will be mailed a copy of the survey to complete and return
- If you prefer, you can complete the survey on-line
Thank you very much for your time and participation!
First Destination Report
Albion College is interested in what happens to our students once they graduate. Each year the Career and Internship Center surveys graduates to gather information on what they are doing in the areas of employment, graduate / professional school, and volunteer service. This information is used by the Career and Internship Center and other departments at Albion College to continue to change and improve the services we provide our students and alumni.
First Destination Reports
We want to include you in our next First Destination Report! The survey for the Class of 2013 is now available. Please take the time to vist the link below and complete the survey.
Albion College Graduate Outcome Survey
Ten Years Out
The College also recently completed a survey of the class of 2001 to see where alumni are on their career paths ten years after graduation. The results are part of a new brochure that includes profiles of recent alumni and describes the benefits of the Albion Advantage.
View the brochure
Fifteen Years Out
Recently, Albion graduates without higher degrees who completed a PayScale.com survey reported a mid-career (approximately 15 years' experience) median salary of $79,100. This compares favorably to many schools in the Midwest as well as liberal arts colleges nationally.
See PayScale's list for Midwestern colleges and universities
See PayScale's list for national liberal arts colleges
Are You Job Searching?
If you are seeking a job or a career change the Career and Internship Center is available to assist you. You will find many helpful documents under Additional Resources to get you started.
Preparing for the Search
When doing a job search make sure that all your professional papers are updated (résumé, cover letters, references). Connect with all your network contacts – let them know you are looking and what fields you are exploring.
Find links to several job search sites to assist you in your search. In addition, if you do not have an account on the Albion College site, contact our office and we will establish one.
On-campus recruiting takes place each fall and spring semester. If coming to campus is an option for you, information on who is coming and when is available on the site.
In addition to on-campus recruiting, Albion College participates in regional events. As an alumnus, you are invited to participate in any of these events.
Job Pursuit, an annual job fair in February sponsored by a consortium of private Michigan Colleges and Universities. You must contact us to register in advance with the Career and Internship Center.
Michigan Collegiate Job Fair (MCIF) in Livonia both spring and fall semesters provides an opportunity to meet and network with employers.
We wish you the best in your search process! Please contact us if we can assist you as you move through this process.
Briton Career Connections
Share your Career Experiences and Guide Current Students on their Paths
Location: Kellogg Center, 2nd Floor
Date: Friday, October 3, 2014
Time: 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
What is Briton Career Connections?
Briton Career Connections is a great opportunity for alumni and parents to have personal conversations with students about their professional fields in a fair-style format. Attendees will be expected to talk about their career paths and offer suggestions for aspiring young professionals. This is also an ideal time to provide students with information on internships and jobs at your place of work or within your network.
Who Should Participate?
Anyone who would like to provide current students with information on their career path, company/organization or industry. ;Current professionals, current graduate students, and retired professionals all have very important information to communicate to students.
What is the Format of the Event?
You can choose to attend as an individual or represent your company. Participants will be provided table space that encourages networking with students and other alumni. The atmosphere will be a blend of a college career fair and networking event.
What Will/Should I Do at the Event?
As students visit your table it will be helpful if you can:
- Recruit for jobs and internships with your company/institution
- Provide them with information about your career path
- Advise students about pursuing careers similar to yours
- Discuss past experiences and what has provided a strong sense of meaning during your career
- Discuss graduate program options and your experience
- Communicate pointers about trends in applicable career fields
- Provide advice regarding students’ networking/elevator speeches
Please contact Troy Kase, Director of the Career and Internship Center at
Deadline: Friday, September 19, 2014