A Marlboro education is designed to make sure you graduate with the skills you need for success after college, however you define it, and no matter what you study.
After four years here, you’ll head into the real world ready to write clearly, live and work effectively with diverse groups of people, and shepherd ambitious projects from idea to reality.
You will have built these skills not just in class, but out in the world through internships, independent research, volunteering, and study away from campus.
Support for what’s next
When you’re ready to take the next step—whether it’s to grad school, into a career, or toward a more idiosyncratic definition of success—you’ll have the practical experience, flexibility, and curiosity necessary for a lifetime of meaningful work.
Our career development staff can help you map your path, prep your application, or polish your resume.
From the Graduate Program
Tristan Toleno MBA ’11 on Racism in VermontGrad school alumnus and state rep relates experiences and seeks social change.
Naomi Shafer MBA’17 Clowns Around in MyanmarThe executive director of Clowns Without Borders, Naomi Shafer toured Myanmar to share a moment of levity with displaced people—and educate about landmine safety.
The Sky’s the Limit
Mara Eagle ’12 Asks for Diversity in Artificial IntelligenceAn artist fellow at Berggruen Institute, Mara speaks up at an event titled “Speed Dating for the Mind.”
Allison Turner Receives Roots AwardLab and field tech teacher and alumna recognized for outstanding service and commitment to the college.