Earlhamites are driven to make the world—and their respective fields—better. Often they dedicate their lives—and their careers—for good. Earlham graduates are winners of the Pulitzer Prize, Guggenheim Fellowship, the Golden Globe Award, the Rhodes and Knight-Hennessy scholarships. They include diplomats, doctors, teachers and advocates—and most credit Earlham for influencing their world views and preparing them for diverse and dynamic careers.
For generations, Earlham has also been one of the leading liberal arts colleges in the U.S. for percentage of graduates who go on to earn research doctorates, including the Ph.D. Through rigorous academics and thoughtful mentoring, our students become strong candidates for top graduate programs and academic fellowships.
Within six months of graduation,
of respondents seeking had obtained a job, fellowship, further education, or a volunteer position (e.g., AmeriCorps, Quaker Voluntary Service).
Of those, 63% were working or volunteering and 26% were continuing their education.
Immersive learning opportunities…
Endlessly curious. Passionately engaged. Community builders. Global citizens. See how Earlhamites are moving the world forward, for good.
John Zamora ’22
A pre-engineering visionary
Alexis Warren ’21
A public servant
Harrison Rice ’21
A growing businessman
Julia Schetelig ’21
A global student
…lead to meaningful careers
From summer internships to collaborative research to full-time employment around the globe, Earlhamites have unparalleled opportunities to connect their classroom learning with résumé-building experiences. The Epic Advantage guarantees that every Earlham student can pursue a fully funded, career-defining internship or research experience before graduation.
Learn more about how Earlham prepares graduates for success in the stories below.