Skidmore College Department of Classics
|After Skidmore / Jobs in Classics|
"OK, so I'm getting a degree
in Classics. But can I get a job?" The study of classical antiquity means
the study of every aspect of two distinct civilizations, from literature
to philosophy, from art to mathematics. The intellectual focus and discipline
students acquire in Classics courses prepare them for a wide range of employment
For a summary of career opportunities for students who have taken Classics courses, check out the "Careers" link in the table on the left.
Each year the Classics Department receives notices of over 150 available jobs at secondary schools for Latin teachers. These positions vary considerably in geography, prerequisites, responsibilities and levels. For those interested in short- or long-term teaching possibilities, contact Prof. Michael Arnush, chair of the Department, or go to the Job Placement webpage. For additional information on employment opportunities, contact the Office of Career Services, which offers career avenues for Classics students.
Skidmore Classics alumni have moved on to jobs
|ŠAugust 2000 Skidmore College Department of Classics|
|Created and Maintained by Alexander Carballo '01|
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