What the Class of 2012 Will Be Doing Now Graduation Is Over
Publication Date: 5/14/2012
Now that graduation is over, the Rhodes Class of 2012 will be entering the workforce and graduate school as well as sharing what they have learned with the world.
In addition to domestic locations, graduates will be going to work or volunteering in Denmark, China, Italy, Argentina, Thailand, Russia, and France. Nearly 13 percent will participate in Teach for America, VISTA, or similar programs.
Of those going into the workforce, the jobs they’ll be taking include account manager, analyst, assistant camp counselor, coach, communications coordinator, corps member, fellow, instructor, internship liaison, marketing intern representative, software specialist staff, and teacher, just to name a few.
Over 40 percent of the class of 2012 is going to graduate school, and 90 percent of the class intends to obtain at least a master’s degree at some point in the future. Of those going immediately to grad school, some of their destinations include Rhodes, Oxford, Vanderbilt, Duke, Johns Hopkins, Georgetown, Tulane, Washington & Lee, George Washington, and UT Memphis.