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59 What happens after Wellesley

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In short: All sorts of astonishing things, many of which will grow out of or be inspired by your experience at Wellesley. A few numbers from one of our recent graduating classes: 

 

96% of graduates

were employed, accepted to graduate school, or participating in a service or volunteer program within six months of graduation.

 

$60,000

average salary

 

$10,000 

average bonus

 

Top employers include:

Accenture, Brigham & Women's Hospital, Facebook, Google, Harvard University, JP Morgan Chase & Co., Fulbright, Massachusetts General Hospital, MIT, Teach for America, United States Federal Reserve System, University of California

 

Top employment industries: 

Consulting, Business, Finance, Education, Healthcare, Life Sciences, Internet, Software, Technology, Arts, Communications, Media, Government, Nonprofit, NGO, Legal 

 

Top graduate schools include:

Boston University, Bradeis University, Brown, Columbia Univeristy, Cornell University, Emory University, Harvard University, MIT, NYU, Olin College of Engineering, Peking University, Stanford University, Tufts University, The University of Chicago, University of Colorado, University of Oxford, University of Pennsylvania 

 

Fellowship winners include: 

Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, Borem Scholarship, Fulbright U.S. Student Program, Schwarzman Schalarship, Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, Truman Scholarship, Yenching Academy Scholarship