AFTER SKIDMORE / Career

 

 

 

A Classics student is equipped with verbal, analytical and research skills useful in managerial and executive positions. Classics is excellent training for law school and any career in which writing and analysis are essential. Classics majors can enroll in graduate programs, earn a Masters of Arts in Teaching, and find employment in public and private K-12 schools across the country.

 

EMPLOYER

AREA

Education

 

University/College, public and private K-12, Libraries

College Administration, Teaching, Library and Information specialist

 

 

Arts

 

Museums, Art Galleries, Radio, TV, Theater, Historical Societies, Archives, Film companies

Administration, Editing, Publicity, Technical Writing, History, Libraries

 

 

Government

 

Local, State and Federal Governments

Administration, Teaching, History, Library/Info. specialist, Paralegal, Technical Writers

 

 

Social Services

 

Local, State, Federal Governments

Non-Profit Organizations

Administration, Research, Writing, Editing

 

 

Media

 

Publishers, Magazines, Newspapers, TV, Radio, Film Companies

Advertising, Editing, Journalism, Marketing, Research, Info. specialist, Publicity, Technical Writing, Sales

 

 

Business & Industry

 

Corporations

 

 


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