OSPGD for Alumni 

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 (F&M) created the Office of Student and Post-Graduate Development (OSPGD), which not only prepares students for life beyond college but also supports graduates beyond their time at F&M by helping them identify and compete for opportunities and sustain pathways to success no matter which trajectory they choose.  Whether guiding alumni through their first or fifth job transition, facilitating the development of professional skills and connections, or exploring next steps, OSPGD provides ongoing support to alumni through its Alumni Advising & Development Division.  

Alumni Advising

Whether securing your first job, transitioning from employment to graduate school, or contemplating a career change,  OSPGD's alumni advising team can help you clarify your options, while preparing you to compete for them.  

Alumni Advising

My Path

Where will your path take you?  Check out information on topics relevant to alumni at all stages of professional development, including: graduate school, managing finances, employment search, and advancing your career.

My Path

Diplomat Connections

Welcome back! Whether you're returning to campus for the first or hundreth time, you'll be able to find out ways to get involved, give back, and  stay up to date on what our office (and F&M more broadly) has to offer our alum. Learn more via the link below.  

Make a Connection

Alumni Events & Social Media

June 21
event 6/21/2018

Employment Search Intensive

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Join OSPGD for  Employment Search Intensive (ESI) program, a 4-week cohort-based online course....

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June 28
event 6/28/2018

Visualize Your Future: Women of F&M Spring Meet-Up

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Gather with fellow F&M Women to build relationships, share and visualize your future. Through...

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July 19
event 7/19/2018

F&M Alumni Webinar Series: The Minority Stress Model and...

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Presented by:  Mollie A. Ruben '09, PhD, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Massachusetts...

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