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What Employers Think of Liberal Arts Graduates

Marketable Skills of the Liberal Arts Student

Ability to Communicate 

Interpersonal Skills 

Adaptability to Change

Critical and Analytical Thinking

Problem-Solving Skills 

"What are you going to do with that major"


Name Job Title/Career Field College Major
Adam Tschida Police Officer - Sergeant Criminology
Angela Tschida Police Officer - Detective Criminology
Brett Adkins  News Producer at Fox 9 in Minneapolis Communication
Emma Van Winkle Youth Development - Peace Corp Volunteer in Swaziland Anthropology and History
Gabriela Gold Executive and International Management Consultant English, French, and German
Keith Loveland Attorney, Author, Consultant, and Teacher  Philosophy and Pre-Law
Kellie Hanson Contract Law and Technical Writing  Communication
Kimberly Newton Student Activities Graduate Intern at Century College Communication
Lynne Halbrooks  Partner at Holland & Knight in Washington, D.C Political Science and Philosophy
Martha Davis Working for the U.S. House of Representatives Political Science and History
Mary Anne Ebert Sociology
Melanie Goldish Vice President of Client Relations Communication and Public Health
Sarah Brinkman National Rural Health Resource Center Women's Studies, Political Science, and International Studies
Seth Plummer Madison Police Department Criminology