A strong background in analyzing and applying current gender and equity issues leads to a wide range of career opportunities, from public policy and law to nonprofit and government work. With unique connections to dozens of employers in the Washington, D.C., area, the Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (WGSS) Program opens doors.
Our graduates are employed at social justice organizations and research centers around the country. Others go on to pursue advanced study in law, the humanities or the social sciences, while still others secure jobs in the government and private sectors.
Our supportive alumni community, also here on LinkedIn, serves as an invaluable resource that advances our students' professional success.