407 seniors out of a graduating class of 473 (86%) responded to the Senior Survey in the weeks leading up to graduation. Here's what they're up to.
Of the 167 students with job offers, 163 accepted or are considering job offers.
Students with an "outcome" are those who had established post-graduate plans at the time of the survey. This includes students that received a job offer and accepted or are considering accepting, and students attending graduate school. It does not include students with summer plans, students still seeking employment, students that are traveling or volunteering, or students that received a job offer and declined.
Accepted Offer: 75.4%
Attending Grad School: 14.7%
Considering Offer(s): 8.4%
Work & Grad School: 1.6%
Students with an outcome: 47%
Of that 47%...
The following reflects industry and expected salary information from the 163 students that have accepted or are considering job offers.
INDUSTRY & SALARY
Environment & Sustainability
Finance & Real Estate
Consulting, Management, HR
Engineering & Technology
Public Policy, Government, Law
Sports & Outdoor Recreation
Arts, Media, Communications
Out of 407 seniors surveyed, 275 completed one or more internship(s) during their time at CC.
These 275 students completed 453 internships between them, averaging
1.65 internships per student.
Over the last five years, the percentage of students that participate in internships has increased, while the percentage of students that do not participate in internships has decreased.
Times more likely students who had no internships are to graduate without an outcome than their peers with internship(s)
Times more likely students that participated in internship(s) are to graduate with an outcome than students who had no internships
Students with job offers are 18% more likely to have participated in internships than their peers who are seeking employment
In other words...
WHERE THEY'RE LOCATED
Of the 162 students that responded to the question, "Where will your primary residence be," 124 students knew definitively where they will live post-graduation. Check out the top spots.
The 2016 Senior Survey was sent to all undergraduate students at Colorado College eligible to graduate in May 2016. The data do not include students that graduated in December, are graduating in August, or are part of the MAT graduate program.
We wish our seniors all the best on their continuing paths to success!
Created by the Colorado College Career Center. June 2016.
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