Kavyaa Rizal ’17 puts the sociology theory she learned into practice as a program officer for a nonprofit that empowers women.
You believe in social progress and want to help solve the shifting and conflicting problems that face humankind. A degree in sociology from Colby-Sawyer means you’ll graduate ready to improve the cultural forecast for current and future generations.
An internship related to your specific interests in sociology allows you to develop an impression of where you see yourself after graduation. Your internship will also leave an impression on employers looking for entry-level candidates with professional skills and experience.
It’s time to take your skills, knowledge and passion out into the world to discover how you can make a difference through a career in human services, social services, health services, law, education, business or nonprofit organizations.
Transition easily to graduate-level counseling, teacher certification or law school programs through Colby-Sawyer’s partnerships with Upper Valley Educators Institute, Plymouth State University, Springfield College and Vermont Law School.