Beyond Career Services
As part of its mission to provide a world-class liberal arts education that empowers students to pursue their dreams and goals for life, Franklin & Marshall has transformed the traditional concept of "career services" by creating the Office of Student and Post-Graduate Development (OSPGD).
OSPGD engages students via a variety of programs and continues to support them through and beyond their time at F&M. Regardless of when F&M alumni graduate, they can turn to OSPGD for free advising, professional development, networking opportunities and programs.
Check out Success Beyond F&M to see where graduates across majors have landed and enrolled after F&M.
OSPGD prepares students for success in their lives and careers beyond college and continues to support them as alumni by:
- Helping them explore and clarify potential career pathways;
Exposing them to extraordinary opportunities;
Preparing them to compete for the opportunities they seek; and
Supporting their trajectories of success after graduation.
In so doing, OSPGD supports F&M’s mission of fostering in its students and alumni self-authorship of meaningful lives and social impact.
- Request an Advising Appointment
- Engineering Professions
- Health Professions Advising
- F&M TrueBlue Network
- Calendar of Events/Programs
- International Student Resources
- IFC - Internship For Credit Application
- Legal Professions Advising
- STEM Professions Advising
- Student Employment Office
- Summer Experience/Internship Funds
- Undocumented Student Resources
- What Can I Do With This Major?
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
How Can OSPGD Help You?
Staying Updated: News & Social Media
Following graduation May 14, chemistry major Rebecca Qi Luo ’22 returned to the F&M laboratory where she is spending a year gaining professional experience.Read More
Within six months after graduation, 93% of F&M’s class of 2020 was either employed or enrolled in graduate school. See what alumni have to say about their post-graduation experience.Read More
First-generation student Hannah Breedlove is on a mission to combat generational poverty. “I think that education is one of the greatest tools we have to be able to break that cycle,” she said.Read More
“I wasn’t born in this country, so I feel that pull.” Discover how senior Leora Sammett’s F&M experience is nourishing her passion for working with immigrants and refugees.Read More