Outcomes

Job titles of recent graduates

Our alumni are working in diverse organizations and fields, from business to law to nonprofits and schools. Below are some example job titles of recent graduates and find more examples by major through CEHD Career Services.

Business and marketing education and human resource development

  • Business analyst
  • Marketing associate
  • Project manager

Family social science and youth studies

  • Admissions counselor
  • Employment specialist - family and children services
  • Youth programs coordinator

Kinesiology and sport management

  • Events and hospitality manager
  • Health and wellness coach
  • Ticket operations manager
Yohanis Shitta
The biggest thing that I did during my major was working at the University YMCA. That started as being a being a site lead for a mentorship program where we went out to different schools in the community and we taught literacy-based programming. And that opened up a lot more doors. I was able to apply a lot of what I was learning in youth studies to the work that I was doing, and I ended up being able to have a higher role later on.

Yohanis Shitta, '18
Youth Studies

Current Employment: Yohanis is a youth development program manager at YMCA of the Greater Twin Cities.

92.6% of spring 2017 CEHD graduates were employed full or part-time, in service or military service, or enrolled in continuing education.

Early childhood, elementary, and special education

Graduates of our teaching licensure programs consistently get jobs. Students also pursue careers outside of schools, in social services and nonprofits, government, and other community-based organizations.

Get on the path to graduate school

Our alumni have also been accepted to a wide variety of graduate and professional programs, in areas such as:

  • Counseling
  • Education
  • Law
  • Occupational therapy
  • Physical therapy
  • Social work

Discover your future with CEHD Career Services

From orientation through graduation, CEHD Career Services connects you to your next steps. Career Services hosts on-campus events so you can find jobs and internships, meet with you one-on-one to go over your resume, help with major and career exploration, and prepare for interviews and graduate/professional school.