Are you interested in a liberal arts education but concerned about your employment prospects when you graduate? In a special guest blog post, Jamiere Abney, Associate Dean of Admission and Coordinator of Outreach for Opportunity and Inclusion at Colgate University, says “A Liberal Arts education is not the ideal fit for all students. However, it does provide an incredible foundation for an ever-changing employment marketplace.” For more information on this important topic, head over to the College Coach Insider Blog at blog.getintocollege.com.
Guest post by Jamiere N. Abney, Ed.M.
As a product of a Liberal Arts education, and now a professional promoting this type of postsecondary experience, I hear tons of conversation about the relative value of the Liberal Arts in today’s world. A 2020 article from the Washington Post asks whether this education is a “waste of money or practical investment?” For many students in conversation with admission professionals, like myself, this is the very discussion they will have with their parents as they choose where they will spend their undergraduate years.
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