What Are Our Graduates Doing?
Are you wondering what you can do with a Women's Studies degree? Find out here! Our graduates go on to a variety of different careers in non-profits, law, government, teaching, medicine, business and academia.
All the William & Mary Women's Studies alums featured on these pages are happy to talk to current students about their experiences after leaving William & Mary. If you would like to contact one of them, please e-mail [[sxrait]]. There are also a number of websites listing job openings that might be of interest to Women's Studies graduates.
media and marketing director
law student, Teach for America, co-ordinator for student-community engagement
intern with Planned Parenthood, project manager for healthcare software company, program assistant for middle-school educational non-profit, arts non-proft/graduate school, early childhood advocate
federal government (Justice), graduate student in English, residential supervisor at YWCA, research technologist, life and health insurance agent, mental health case manager, state co-ordinator for domestic violence, intern with community AIDS partnership, attorney for children with special needs
graduate student in sustainable design, graduate student in English, elementary school teacher, researcher in women's health and reproductive rights
public defender, founder of non-profit, foreign service officer, development associate
singer-songwriter, graduate student in English
non-profit manager, campus rape prevention educator
legal researcher with PETA
legal assistant, bike safety educator and activist, web developer, writer/editor
US senate committee staffer
grants officer at non-profit
assistant professor of English and Women's Studies