Yes, we toot our own horn. Why shouldn't we? Central College graduates overwhelmingly succeed, with nearly 100 percent employed, in graduate school or completing service a year after graduation.
of Central students who graduate do so in four years or fewer
academic program areas for career and grad school preparation
Networking in style as Young Professional of the Year and “bow tie guy”
Molly Ward ’15 dreamed of driving the Wienermobile and landed her ideal job with Oscar Mayer.
Greg Teets ’13 won a Fulbright award for his teaching adventure in Malaysia.
Jakob Steenhoek ’15 is an entrepreneur who used drones to create his own job while studying at Central.
English and Spanish grad Ann Sobiech Munson ’91 is now an award-winning architect in Des Moines.
Holly Osborn ’13 is volunteer coordinator for Von’s Vision and a writer for 303 Magazine in Denver.
Central grads are succeeding around the world in a wide variety of fields.
of Central graduates study abroad or travel internationally as part of a Central College activity
Get out there and get going!
A sample of internship placements, from a symphony to a senator’s office.
Students are rocking it in grad school.
Dream job? You betcha! Alums are working as:
Don't take our word for it!
"Our relationship with Central College is stronger than ever, as we intentionally host and recruit Central students each semester. Students from Central are well-prepared young professionals with character and a desire to be exceptional educators – we are committed to putting quality people in front of our students."
— Joseph Horton, associate superintendent of schools