girl smiling above crowd at UVM graduation

Where do they go? How do they get there?

University of Vermont students are highly successful after graduation, whether in the job market or graduate school.

92% of UVM graduates were employed or continuing their education within six months of graduation

(3-year average, Classes of 2016-18)

 

UVM grads: Changing the world at work ...

  • Lieutenant General Todd Semonite outside a field hospital
    Leading efforts to convert public spaces into emergency field hospitals during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Estee working in the lab
    Senior associate scientist at Pfizer, racing toward a COVID-19 cure
  • Speech pathologist continuing home visits with patients in Manhattan during the pandemic
  • Inside the Smugglers' Notch Distillery
    Co-owner and president of Smugglers’ Notch Distillery, mass producing hand sanitizer for Vermont's emergency and service workers
  • Tomasi talking from computer screen
    Psychotherapist and lecturer, treating COVID-19 psychological trauma patients back home in Italy
  • Alumnus Colin Jaskiewicz sews a prototype medical mask at Orucase headquarters in San Diego
    Among business leaders pivoting operations to address critical need during COVID-19 epidemic
  • Khan at the podium
    At the frontlines of COVID-19 response as president and CEO of Delaware Health Sciences Alliance
  • Named by Forbes a "15 Heroic Firsthand Stories From the Coronavirus Front Lines"
  • Pushing progress on the gun violence dpidemic, co-founder and chair of Newtown Action Alliance
  • photograph of a prosperout Munich before WW II
    AP corresponding in Germany 1980s, author of new book about journalists durig the years preceding the Third Reichn