Career Outcomes

Patriots Lead the Way: Career Outcomes for Our Graduates

A Life-Time of Impact

85% of our graduates report that they are employed or in graduate school according to the 2019-2020 Career Plans Survey of graduate and undergraduate students from the College of Health and Human Services. Watch the video to learn more about the impact you can make with a degree from the College of Health and Human Services. 

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Read more about the ways in which alumni have made an impact upon graduating from the College of Health and Human Services. 


The Power of Partnership: Preparing the Next Generation of Health Care Leaders Is a Shared Responsibility

Stacey Schaab, preceptor at Inova Mount Vernon Hospital, and BHA aluma Harsha Nayyar.

Teaching students to ‘move fast and wear comfortable shoes.' Learn about the valuable experience  available to Health Administration students and graduates through internships at the Inova Mount Vernon Hospital. 

Faith Spillman: Strengthening the Community Through Social Work

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Faith Spillman (MSW, '16) shares her experience as a MSW graduate student and reflects on how an internship with the Alexandria Public Defender's Office inspired her to pursue a career as a social worker, supporting court-involved youth. 

Jorge Garcia: Student Puts Public Health Education into Practice During the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Master of Public Health provides knowledge and skills for hands-on role in infectious disease surveillance. Jorge Garcia gained valuable hands-on experience in infectious disease surveillance while working at the Fairfax County Health Department during the pandemic.