Student Outcomes


of students had an experiential learning opportunity last year

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jobs/internships available through career development center


of the class of 2019 were employed, in graduate school, or engaged in service within six months of graduation

My exposure to Saint Anselm’s alumni network was crucial in helping me find the right job and company.
Haley Johnson, 2019 alumna Marketing Major, Opens in new window Account Executive, Dell EMC
Through multiple campus departments and resources, I crafted my skills and gained valuable knowledge to lead me to the perfect job and to future ones.
James Bloor, 2019 alumni Math Major, Opens in new window Data Analyst, Sebela Pharmaceuticals
Saint Anselm College helped me grow my network to receive opportunities with various candidates and elected officials in politics.
Donald Stokes, 2017 alumni Politics Major, Opens in new window Director of Government Affairs, Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire
My internship taught me both the processes of a newsroom and the priorities of a publisher. It proved to be an invaluable experience.
Hannah Harper, 2018 alumni Communication Major, Opens in new window Assistant to the Editor, Health Magazine

Haley Johnson, 2019 alumna

Marketing major Haley Johnson ’19 secured her first job out of college before she even graduated. An account executive at Dell EMC, Haley networked with college alumni to acquire an internship at Dell EMC the summer before her senior year. She also worked closely with the Career Development Center for career advice, interview preparation, and additional internship opportunities. She says the college prepared her for the working world through a combination of intellectual and practical courses, supportive professors, and exposure to the alumni network.

James Bloor, 2019 alumni

A small campus with a close-knit community helped James Bloor refine his skills and knowledge. As an involved Saint Anselm student, the math major led several initiatives on campus which became a crash course in organizing and communicating effectively. He says his liberal arts education combined with the support he received from faculty and staff really prepared him for his daily work.

Donald Stokes, 2017 alumni

In just a few short years, Donald Stokes has worked for Cory Booker, Manchester New Hampshire Mayor Joyce Craig, and the Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire. As an ambassador at the college’s New Hampshire Institute of Politics, Donald met a lot of politicians, reporters, and campaign staffers, growing his network for the day he graduated. While at Saint Anselm the politics major was involved in local politics and campaigns and interned for MSNBC during the primaries. He says the college prepares students for success.

Hannah Harper, 2018 alumni

As an editorial assistant at Health magazine, Hannah Harper’s role is varied and exciting. She provides administrative assistance to the magazine’s editor-in-chief but also writes articles and columns for the print magazine and the website. At Saint Anselm she was a communication major with a heavy course load of English classes to support her writing skills. She says her liberal arts education prepared her for a career in journalism while her internship in the communications office gave her valuable skills and a full portfolio of work that demonstrated her abilities.