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Life After K

Each year, the CCPD gathers data from graduating seniors through the College’s First Destination Survey. As of December 18, 2017, we had first destination data on 87% (329/379) of 2017 graduates.

By December 2017, among reporting graduates:

  • 90% of those who sought employment had secured jobs.
  • 19% was already enrolled in continuing education.
  • 5% was engaged in Volunteer/Service opportunities such as Teach for America or the Peace Corps.
  • Overall, 87% of the Class of 2017 was employed, in graduate school, in the military, or engaged in a gap/service year within six months of graduation.

In alignment with current national standards, paid service opportunities such as Teach for America, AmeriCorps, and the Peace Corps are considered Volunteer/Service Programs.

Previous years' First Destination Survey summaries:

Highlights from the 2015-16 academic year include:

  • 71% of K students participated in CCPD programs and services in 2015-16.
  • 96% of the first-year class attended a CCPD First-Year Forum.
  • K alumni attended CCPD events 286 times, up from 187 in 2014-15.

Previous years' Annual Reports: