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Success After Alma

You find your passion. We'll help you turn it into a profession. 

It’s not surprising that Scots are leading the way. Our broad liberal arts foundation develops strong critical thinking, problem-solving and communication skills — skills that will prepare you for any career, no matter your path. Plus, thanks to our dedicated professional development support, 50 percent of Alma graduates already have an internship under their belt before they walk the stage at commencement. That’s why Alma is named one of The Princeton Review’s 50 Colleges that Create Futures.



of 2022 graduates were working full time or attending graduate school within six months of graduation.


of Alma students complete at least one internship before graduation.


of students qualify for up to $2,500 for an experiential learning grant through the Alma Venture program

A career you can call all yours.

Kyle Travis ’09 is the Vice President of an investment advisory firm.

Sara Lesnesky ’22 is the executive director of Devonshire Retirement Village, an adult foster care community. She has enjoyed every minute of getting her dream job at such an early age and is appreciative of her Alma education.

Caden Wilson ’21 is a park ranger for the U.S. National Park Service. In the wintertime, he serves as an education technician for Rocky Mountain National Park and in the summer, he works as a ranger at Glacier Bay, in Alaska. He and his staff are co-stewards of the land with the Huna Tlingit, and he passes by their totem poles every day while working.

Emily Long ’21 is working as a neonatal intensive care unit nurse at Texas Children’s Hospital, in Houston.

Atulya Dora-Laskey ’21 helped lead the organization effort that saw the formation of the first union at Chipotle, a national restaurant chain. Dora-Laskey’s efforts received national recognition and he was interviewed in the Washington Post and Slate, among other media outlets.

Bergen Jome ’18 finished a master’s degree in city planning and currently works in the areas of communications and copywriting. Her interest in city planning stemmed from her time at Alma College, where she studied history and sociology.

Aleksander Scully ’17 works for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as a vocational rehabilitation counselor, with a focus on helping underserved folks with disabilities get into the STEM and trade fields.

Matthew Yuill ’15 is the chief of staff and director of diversity, equity and inclusion at Planned Parenthood of Michigan. From political science to DEI, he is continually reminded of the power and enduring value of a liberal arts education at Alma College.

Stephen Shalaack ’12 is the supply chain specialist for global operations excellence and quality at KLA Corporation.