100% of the Class of 2018 History survey respondents were employed or in graduate school within 6-9 months of graduation.
Check out what our grads are up to
Graduates of our program pursue employment and graduate school in a variety of fields, including history, public history, journalism, communication, education, sociology, library science, business, law, computer science, theology, and many others. Through the advising process, our faculty work closely with each student to consider how a history major provides a set of transferable skills relevant to a host of employment opportunities. Here are some examples of where our students have gone after graduation.
Jonathan Fuller ’16 History major heads to seminary
When Christian ministries and history major Jonathan Fuller ’16 visited Messiah during his college search, the Burlington, North Carolina, native knew he’d found the right place. “If you can fall in love with Messiah on a cold February morning, you can love it anytime,” he said.View profile < swipe for more >
Steven Waters ’74 Senior Philanthropy Director for Economic Development, World Vision
As World Vision’s senior philanthropy director for economic development, alumnus Steven embodies the “worldwide sense of belonging” Messiah College encourages its students to pursue during their undergraduate education and throughout their career.View profile < swipe for more >