Success After Muhlenberg
Muhlenberg College was founded upon the ideal that a strong liberal education provides a solid foundation for additional learning and success in almost any endeavor—and that a truly great education, according to our founder Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg, “contemplates the education of one’s conscience and the cultivation of one’s heart…”
This ethos remains at the core of our community.
Our Network: Four Years Of College, A Lifetime Of Opportunities
Together, our students, faculty, alumni and parents form a vast and growing network of lifelong career and cause related support.
Muhlenberg's Career Center assists students in exploring careers, finding jobs and seeking admission to graduate school. Students are encouraged to begin using the office as early as their first year.
The Career Resource Library houses an extensive collection of books, directories and job-related information. Programs like "Where the Jobs Are," "Interview Like A Pro" and "Writing Awesome Cover Letters" help students enhance job-seeking skills. Students interested in continuing their education will appreciate the Career Center's comprehensive graduate/professional school tips and resources.
Our community finds that lasting opportunities for success begin with an internship as early as possible in our students’ college careers. We view the internship matching process holistically. Students, faculty, staff, alumni and parents work together to ensure that each student finds multiple ways to connect to the internships they seek to explore.
This process often begins at The Career Center, where students search through our comprehensive database of fields, disciplines and cities. At other times, students work one-on-one with their advisor, other faculty members or alumni to set goals and define the optimal paths forward.
Meet Our Alumni
Our alumni do great things. Whether they are our leaders in business, education, medicine, law, or the performing arts, Muhlenberg alumni can be found in top positions throughout the world.
Want to find out where Muhlenberg students have landed after graduation? See the complete career surveys for each class, below:
Vernon Jordan '16
Hear more about Vernon's self-designed program in Black Voices & Cultural Studies
Chris Chaky '13
Now at Harvard University
Challenging professors encouraged Chris Chaky to grow.
Sareve Lawson '08
Mixed media artist committed to social justice
Sareve sees beyond herself, improving the lives of others by inspiring creative production.
Michael Alexander '05
Universal Music Group senior v.p.
A story of liberal arts success
Caroline Berman '16
Oak Park, IL
Caroline, now a Biology major (Pre-Vet), didn't expect to become a science major.
Tina Chou '13
UPenn Dental Program
Tina's Muhlenberg experience provided a strong head start in dentistry.
Brittney Tuff '16
Cherry Hill, NJ
Brittney leveraged her quantitative and creative skills in math and dance.
Ryan Lindsay '12
University of Virginia Law School
"The core of my Muhlenberg experience was the critical thinking emphasized by my professors."
Chayoot 'Che' Chengsupanimit '16
Chayoot 'Che' Chengsupanimit
"Muhlenberg prepared me for the rigors of Wall Street."
Erin McSherry '09
Designer and Fashion Consultant
After graduation, Erin set out on her own as a designer/fashion consultant, founding Erin McSherry LLC.
Ronald Christian '16
Ronald knows what service to a community means; he's a voice for understanding, respect and caring at Muhlenberg.
Jessica Wilson '16
Chemistry and music performance - a natural pairing.
Jacob Glass '13
Advocacy through seized opportunity
Udall and Truman scholarship recipient
Erica Wenzel '14
Mathematics and Environmental Science graduate
Erica set a Muhlenberg career record for runs scored, and along the way she researched some of baseball's greatest sluggers.
Henry Mandelbaum '14
Business administration graduate
Henry balanced his academic career while working full-time at a NYC startup.
Office of Admission
2400 Chew Street
Allentown, PA 18104