Through Earlham's Business and Nonprofit Management program, students become effective leaders in a multicultural world.
With small classes and a highly diverse student body, students develop rigorous analytical skills as they participate in collaborative team decision-making and practice new leadership styles. College committees, student organizations, and community service activities encourage them to build leadership and organizational skills. Hands-on internships in local businesses provide students with real-world experience for applying classroom knowledge.
Business and non-profit management graduates have assumed leadership positions in regional and international businesses, scientific laboratories, social service agencies, international organizations, and arts councils and museums.
Earlham alumni regularly pursue advanced degrees. Recent graduates have attended Ball State University, University of Maryland and others. Since the top graduate programs now require several years of work experience before admission, our Center for Career Education staff work with students to identify appropriate positions for their interests and abilities when they graduate.
Lena Tchilingarian ’05 puts her business and non-profit management degree to use in her native Russia, working for the philanthropic arm of one of the most recognizable brands in the world.More
Josh Penn '06 is one of the producers of Beasts of the Southern Wild, a 2013 nominee for an Oscar for Best Picture by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. More