Knox graduates take what they've learned to top positions in management, industry, and the arts, or apply it to a wide range of community and public service pursuits. Others continue their studies in top post-graduate programs across the country and around the world.
Knox will be with you every step of the way to help you get the most from your studies, your research and experiential learning, and from life with your fellow students. And that includes helping you define and follow a clear career path you set for yourself.
Charting a course
It's never too early to start mapping out your career goals while planning your courses of study. Each year, the Center hosts the Fall Institute, a chance to step back from the hectic pace of coursework and extracurricular activities to take stock in the purpose of your academic career.
In addition to this and other career events on campus, the Center supports your post-graduate planning by offering:
All of the counseling services and resources provided by the Center are also available to Knox alumni. The office also handles requests for credential files.
Leading up to a worldwide event -- Gun Control Theatre Action Week, May 27 through June 2 -- a play by Knox College theatre professor Neil Blackadder is selected for a new collection, "24 Gun Control Plays."
Seniors Megan Beney and Eva Marley spoke at the Central States Anthropology Society. Beney's topic was the musical nature of speech directed at infants, and Marley discussed social media sites and social movements.
Rana Tahir, a double major in creative writing and political science, wrote dozens of poems and created 29 paintings after interviewing Kuwaiti residents about the 1990 Iraqi occupation.